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Bard MV4000 SERIES Operating instructions
INSTALLATION & OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
ECONOMIZERS WITH EXHAUST
for EQUIPMENT BUILDING APPLICATIONS
Model
ECONWMT-T5B*
(Factory Installed Vent Option “T”)
with D.B. OUTDOOR CONTROL
&
ECONWMT-E5B*
(Factory Installed Vent Option “W”)
with ENTHALPY OUTDOOR CONTROL
For Use with 3-1/2 through 6 Ton
Wall Mount Air Conditioners
and Heat Pumps
NOTE: These instructions are written to cover field-installed economizers, but are also included with factory installed economizers. For factory installed economizers, all portions addressing “installation” are for reference only.
BMC, Inc.
Bryan, Ohio 43506
Manual:2100-593C
Supersedes:2100-593B
File:
Volume III Tab 19
Date:11-12-13
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CONTENTS
GENERAL
Nomenclature............................................................. 3
General Information................................................... 3
Unpacking.................................................................. 3
Description................................................................. 3
INSTALLATION
Basic Installation (Field Installed).........................4 - 6
Outdoor Air Sensor Field Installation......................... 4
Control Wiring Connection......................................... 7
Intake Air Hood Assembly........................................ 13
Left-Hand Applications Only..................................... 13
JADE™ Economizer Controller................................ 15
Start-Up / Checkout Procedures.......................16 - 19
Enthalpy Settings..................................................... 19
Economizer Sequence of Operation
Condition - Cool Outdoor Ambient Conditions...... 20
Condition - Warm Outdoor Ambient Conditions.... 20
Economizer Features............................................... 21
Economizer Operation for Single Stage................... 22
Economizer Operation for Two Stage...................... 23
FIGURES
Figure 1 HVAC Unit Access Panels......................... 4
Figure 1ACondenser Exh. Plate w/Screen............... 5
Figure 2 Mixed Air Sensor Location........................ 7
Figure 3 Mixed Air Sensor Location........................ 7
Figure 4 24V Control Wiring w/1-Stage A/C............ 8
Figure 5 24V Control Wiring w/2-Stage A/C............ 9
Figure 6 24V Control Wiring w/1-Stage HP .......... 10
Figure 7 24V Control Wiring w/2-Stage HP........... 11
Figure 8 2-Stage HP w/Dehum. & Opt. Elec. Heat.... 12
Figure 9 Economizer Hood Install Steps............... 14
Figure 10 Left Hand Economizer............................. 15
Figure 11 Enthalpy.................................................. 19
Figure 12 100% Outside Airflow Path...................... 20
Figure 13 Mixed Airflow Path................................... 20
Figure 14 100% Closed Loop Airflow Path.............. 21
PHOTOS
Photos 1
Photo 2
Photo 3
Photo 4
Op. Position Temp. & Enthalpy................. 5
Wire Harness............................................ 6
Low Voltage Terminal Block...................... 6
JADE™ Controller..................................... 6
TABLES
Table 1 Economizer Application............................. 3
Table 2 System Setup.......................................... 16
Table 3 Advanced Setup...................................... 17
Table 4 Setpoints................................................. 17
Table 5 Checkout................................................. 18
Table 6 Status...................................................... 18
TableEnthalpy.................................................. 19
Table 7 Alarms..................................................... 19
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GENERAL
ECONOMIZER WITH EXHAUST MODEL NOMENCLATURE
ECON
WM
ECONOMIZER
WALL MOUNT A/C or HP
T
T = Telcom/
Equipment Bldg.
S = Standard
–
T
T = Temperature
E = Enthalpy
5
B
CABINET SIZE
2 - 2 Ton
3 - 3 Ton
5 - 5 Ton
(See Table 1)
X
REVISION
COLOR OPTIONS
X-Beige
1-White
4 - Buckeye Gray
5 - Desert Brown
8 - Dark Bronze
GENERAL INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
The economizer should only be installed by a trained
heating and air conditioning technician. These instructions
serve as a guide to the technician installing an economizer
package, not as a step-by-step procedure with which the
mechanically inclined owner can install the package.
The ECONWMT-T5BX, -E5BX economizer is designed
to be used with wall mount series air conditioners
and heat pumps, shown in Table 1, equipped with
low ambient controls. They are electromechanical
economizer systems designed to provide “free” cooling
where the outdoor air temperature/enthalpy is cool
enough to provide the needed cooling without running
the compressor, or in addition to the compressor. When
cooling is required, the system automatically takes
advantage of cold outdoor air when available and uses it
for first stage cooling. This then reduces the need to run
the air conditioning compressor providing lower operating
costs and increasing the service life of the equipment. If
the outdoor air temperature/enthalpy is too warm to be
sufficient for cooling, the dry bulb outdoor air temperature
sensor detects the condition and automatically closes
the outdoor air intake/exhaust damper, opens the return
air damper, and switches to compressor-only operation.
Without attention from the end user, the economizer
assembly is meant to automatically achieve maximum
savings while ensuring appropriately cool space
temperatures. The economizer utilizes a fully-modulating
damper actuator, which will control intake/exhaust in
order to obtain and maintain a factory-set minimum
supply air temperature. As a secondary feature, the
economizer assembly can be programmed for a minimum
ventilation based on an “occupied” (or otherwise
dedicated) 24V signal to satisfy fresh air ventilation on
populated structures or dilution of internal pollutants.
The economizer housing is shipped in one carton,
which contains the electrical harness, miscellaneous
hardware and installation instructions.
The economizer installation requires the use of a 2-stage
cooling thermostat (if there is not one already present)
and requisite amounts of low voltage conductor wire for
two-stage cooling. The number of low-voltage control
conductors will vary depending upon application.
If using a master controller, the MC4000 controller is
designed specifically to control two (2) redundant wall
mount units equipped with economizers.
Any wall mount unit equipped with an economizer
must also have a factory/field installed low ambient
control. Refer to appropriate model/year Specification
Sheet for requisite field installed low ambient control
kit part numbers.
UNPACKING
Upon receipt of the equipment, be sure to compare the
model number found on the shipping label with the
accessory identification information on the orders and
shipping document to verify that the correct accessory
has been shipped.
Inspect the carton housing of each economizer assembly
as it is received, and before signing the freight bill
– verify that all items have been received and there is
no visible damage. Note any shortages or damage on
all copies of the freight bill. The receiving party must
contact the last carrier immediately, preferably in writing,
requesting inspection by the carrier’s agent. Concealed
damage not discovered until after loading must be
reported to the carrier within 15 days of its receipt.
NOTE: Factory installed Telcom economizers have the air intake hood shipped knocked-down. See “Intake Air Hood Assembly” section for shipping location of hood parts and follow the assembly instructions.
TABLE 1
j MODEL
ECONWMT-T5BX
ECONWMT-E5BX
FOR USE WITH FOLLOWING UNITS
W38A
WA3S
S38H
T36H
J/W42A
WA4S
S43H
T42H
J/W48A
WA5S
S49H
T48H
W49A
J/W42H
S61H
T60H
J/W60A
J/W48H
J/W42L
T36S
W61A
J/W60H
J/W48L
T42S
J/W60L
T48S
J/W70L
T60S
J/W72A
 Low ambient control is required w/economizer for low temperature operation.
ECONWMT Series Economizers are not for use with
variable capacity ECU models.
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INSTALLATION of FIELD (INSTALLED) ECONOMIZER
BASIC INSTALLATION
1. Unpack the economizer assembly, which includes
the integral economizer with attached electrical
harness, mixed air sensor, body panels, miscellaneous
hardware, and installation instructions.
2. From existing wall mount unit, remove and save
Blower Access Panel. Remove and discard the
Ventilation Access Panel. Remove and save the
existing filter. (See Figure 1.)
3. Remove and discard the exhaust cover plate. (See
Figure 1.)
4. Install new condenser exhaust plate with screen
over the opening. (See Figure 1A.)
Outdoor Air Sensor Field Installation
a.) Disconnect power to the unit.
b.)Install the outdoor air sensor in the lower
condenser section on the side opposite the compressor with two (2) screws provided. Sensor should mount approximately ¼" above the base.
(See Photo #1.)
c.) Route the wire harness across the back of the
units and secure to the back with the two (2) push mount wire ties provided. Route the wire harness up through the grommet in the bottom of the
control panel and secure with the wire tie
(provided) to the remaining wires in the grommet. Ensure the wire harness cannot contact any moving parts or hot tubes. (See Photo #2.)
d.)Install a grommet in the side of the low voltage terminal block and route the wire harness through the low voltage terminal block and through the side of the control panel through the existing grommet. (See Photo #3.)
e.)
Route the wire harness up into economizer control
box. (See Photo #4.) If a temperature only
sensor, connect to the OAT terminals on the
JADE™ controller. If an enthalpy sensor,
connect to the SBUS terminals on the JADE™
controller.
FIGURE 1
EXHAUST
COVER PLATE
BLOWER ACCESS PANEL
FILTER
NOTE: NEWER MODELS ALREADY
HAVE THE BOTTOM SCREWS
APPROXIMATELY 1" FROM THE
CORNERS. IF NOT, DRILL IN ONE
(1) SCREW AT EACH LOWER CORNER.
FILTER ACCESS PANEL
(THIS PANEL IS DISCARDED)
VENT OPTION PANEL
(THIS PANEL IS DISCARDED)
SCREW
NOTE: ON OLDER UNITS THIS
WAS A 1-PIECE PANEL
MIS-2964 B
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NOTE: If you are installing this economizer assembly into a left-hand access wall mount, please stop here and proceed to specific instruction note on Page 13.
PHOTOS #1
OPERATING POSITION
TEMPERATURE ONLY
5. In the open cavity between the filter rack and
the condenser section, begin to insert the main
economizer assembly. Slide the assembly inside,
being careful not to tear the existing insulation. Do
not completely recess the assembly. (See Figure 2.)
6. Unravel the attached economizer wiring harness
and separate the two (2) orange wires connected to
a white, two-pin sensor plug. The remainder of the
low voltage wires can be routed through the existing
wiring grommet located near the bottom of the wall
mount electrical control panel. (See Figure 2.)
ENTHALPY
FIGURE 1A
CONDENSER EXHAUST PLATE WITH SCREEN
SIDE PARTITION
COVER PLATE
INSTALL COVER PLATE
SCREEN MEDIA FACING
PARTITION
PARTITION COVER PLATE
PARTITION STIFFNER
ANGLE SHOWN (HIDDEN)
CONDENSER PARTITION
MIS-3344
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PHOTO #2
PHOTO #3
^
Wire Tie
Locations
^
PHOTO #4
7. Pull wires gently through grommet so that low
voltage wires protrude underneath wall mount
terminal board.
10. Install temperature sensor bracket and mixed air
temperature sensor in blower partition. Insert white
two-pin sensor into sensor housing. (See Figure 3.)
8. Route two (2) orange wires connected to a white
two-pin sensor plug along refrigerant lines and
behind the filter bracket to terminate at the blower
partition. (See Figure 2.)
11. Reinstall Blower Access Panel. NOTE: Newer
models already have the bottom screws
approximately 1" from the corners. If not, drill
in one (1) screw at each lower corner. (Reference
Figure 1.)
9. Fully seat economizer assembly to the rear of the
wall mount cavity, making sure economizer control
panel opposite filler strip is fully recessed into
cabinet. (See Figure 2.)
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12. Connect all low voltage leads to terminal board of
wall mount unit as required according to installed
equipment and controls. Figure 4 shows the basic
economizer wiring, and is followed by typical
control wiring diagrams for single unit applications.
Refer to MC4000 Lead/Lag Controller Instructions
Manual 2100-563 for dual unit control connections.
FIGURE 2
INSTALL TEMPERATURE
SENSOR TO BLOWER
PARTITION. ROUTE WIRES
FROM ECONOMIZER BEHIND
FILTER BRACKET FILL
AND THROUGH WIRE TIE.
WIRE TIE TO
SUCTION LINE
LOW VOLTAGE WIRE
TO TERMINAL STRIP
FRONT VIEW
FIGURE 3
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
BRACKET PART #113-433 (SHOWN)
USE BRACKET PART #113-468 FOR
2 & 3 TON UNITS
TOP VIEW
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
PART #8602-058
(C7250A1001)
MIS-2933 B
NOTE: Since observation of motor/damper operation is difficult after air hood installation, it is recommended the
unit be enabled for start-up now. If high voltage power is available and the wall mount unit can be energized, turn
to Page 14 for programming and start-up/checkout procedures. If no power is available, or if immediate start-up
is not desired, continue with the basic installation process. The air hood assembly can be partially disassembled at
a later time for start-up/checkout procedures.
CONTROL WIRING CONNECTION
DIAGRAMS
The control wiring diagrams on the following pages
represent typical control wiring for W model and
S model single unit installations with individual
thermostats. If thermostats other than referenced are
used, the installer must verify output functions and
proper operation accordingly. Factory installed T and
W vent options are wired per the appropriate wiring
diagram in this manual.
On H model units, factory installed T and W vent options
are wired at the factory per Figure 7 of the MV4000
Series Lead/Lag Controller manual 2100-571.
For H model dual installations utilizing the MV4000
lead/lag controller system, complete details are contained
in the MV 4000 Series Lead/Lag Controller manual
2100-571.
These economizers CAN NOT be used with the
MD4000 Series Lead/Lag Controllers.
For W model dual installations utilizing the MC4000
Lead/Lag Controller system, complete details are
contained in the MC 4000 Series Lead/Lag Controller
manual 2100-563.
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FIGURE 4
1-STAGE A/C WITH OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
WITH ECONWM STYLE ECONOMIZER
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
3
4
8403-058
(TH5220D1151)
C
G
R
RC
Y2
Thermostat
part #8403-060
C
G
R
Y2 YO/D Y1 W1/E W2
A/C UNIT
24V TERMINALS
C
G
R
Y
Y
W
W2
2
5
Y2
2
3
O/B
A
E
F
BLUE
1
PINK
PURPLE
YELLOW
RED
BLACK
6
Economizer
Wiring Harness
1
W1 W2
L
2
TAPE WIRE
END
YELLOW/RED
Y1
A
ORANGE
BROWN/WHITE
YELLOW/WHITE
Factory installed jumper. Remove for 2-stage operation
1 on units with 15 or more kw.
2 Must be energized to enable minimum position. NOTE: Economizer Control Default Setting
is 10V (100%). Depending upon application may require setting to lower value.
3 Factory Jumper Installed.
Change "system type", set up function 1, from 5 (2 heat/ 1 cool heat pump)
4 to 6 (2 heat/ 2 cool conventional).
Change model configuration from heat pump to heat/cool, and must be configured for
5 economizer for YO/D output to be active as first stage cooling.
6
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Older units may not have Y1 and Y2 connections on 24v terminal block.
If not present wire nuts must be used.
MIS-2983 C
FIGURE 5
2-STAGE A/C WITH OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
WITH ECONWM STYLE ECONOMIZER
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
3
4
8403-058
(TH5220D1151)
Y2
C
G
R
RC
Thermostat
part #8403-060
C
G
R
Y2 YO/D Y1 W1/E W2
A/C UNIT
24V TERMINALS
C
G
R
Y1
Y
W
W2
2
5
Y
1
Y2 W1 W2
2
3
A
L
O/B
A
E
F
Economizer
Wiring Harness
2
TAPE WIRE
END
YELLOW/RED
BLUE
ORANGE
PURPLE
YELLOW
RED
BLACK
1
PINK
BROWN/WHITE
YELLOW/WHITE
Factory installed jumper. Remove for 2-stage operation
1 on units with 15 or more kw.
Must be energized to enable minimum position. NOTE: Economizer Control Default Setting
is 10V (100%). Depending upon application may require setting to lower value.
3 Factory Jumper Installed.
Change "system type", set up function 1, from 5 (2 heat/ 1 cool heat pump)
4 to 6 (2 heat/ 2 cool conventional).
Change model configuration from heat pump to heat/cool, and must be configured for
5 economizer for YO/D output to be active as first stage cooling.
2
MIS-2984 C
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FIGURE 6
1-STAGE HEAT PUMP WITH OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
WITH ECONWM STYLE ECONOMIZER
C
R
B
Black
Red
W1
W2
L
G
E
W2
L
G
A
Y
Brown/white
3
Economizer
Wiring Harness
YO/D
Y2
Y1
Purple
24V Low Voltage
Terminal Block
W1/E
Y1 DH O1 W3
Yellow/red
O/B
Yellow
R
1
Orange
C
Blue
Thermostat
part #8403-060
Pink
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
2
Yellow/White
1
Must be energized to enable minimum position. NOTE: Economizer Control Default Setting
is 10V (100%). Depending upon application may require setting to lower value.
2
Must be configured for heat pump / multistage/ no economizer/
to enable YO/D output to be active as dehumidification output
3
Factory Jumper Installed.
MIS-2981 B
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FIGURE 7
2-STAGE HEAT PUMP WITH OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
WITH ECONWM STYLE ECONOMIZER
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
C
R
B
W1
W2
L
G
E
W2
L
G
Y
A
DH
O1 W3
Brown/white
Orange
Yellow
3
Y1
Y2
Economizer
Wiring Harness
Y1 YO/D
1
Purple
24V Low Voltage
Terminal Block
W1/E
Pink
O/B
Blue
R
Red
C
Black
Thermostat
part #8403-060
Yellow/red
2
Yellow/White
1
Must be energized to enable minimum position. NOTE: Economizer Control Default Setting
is 10V (100%). Depending upon application may require setting to lower value.
2
Must be configured for heat pump and economizer
to enable YO/D output to be active as 1st-stage cooling
3
Factory Jumper Installed.
MIS-2982 B
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FIGURE 8
2-STAGE HEAT PUMP WITH DEHUMIDIFICATION & OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
WITH ECONWM STYLE ECONOMIZER
C
R
B
W1
W2
L
G
E
W2
L
G
A YO/D
Y1
DH
Economizer
Wiring Harness
Orange
Brown/white
Yellow
3
Y
Y2
Y1
Purple
24V Low Voltage
Terminal Block
W1/E
O1 W3
Yellow/Red
O/B
Blue
R
Red
C
Black
Thermostat
part #8403-060
Pink
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
2
1
Yellow/White
1
Must be energized to enable minimum position. NOTE: Economizer Control Default Setting
is 10V (100%). Depending upon application may require setting to lower value.
2
Must be configured for heat pump / no economizer/
to enable YO/D output to be active as dehumidification output
3
Factory Jumper Installed.
MIS-2995 B
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INTAKE AIR HOOD ASSEMBLY
The Telecom/Equipment Building version economizers
utilize an air intake hood to maximize outdoor airflow
performance and to be able to introduce this at low
intake velocity.
FACTORY INSTALLED ECONOMIZERS
The main economizer assembly is installed in the unit’s
ventilation cavity, but the air intake hood is shipped
knocked down. The intake hood pieces are located on
the back side of the A/C unit.
NOTE: Some applications on equipment buildings
necessitate the air intake hood assembly be shipped
inside the building for installation at the final site. In this case, the solid panel covering the economizer
section must be left in place to protect and weatherize
the equipment during transit.
ECONOMIZER HOOD INSTALLATION
A.) For Factory Installed Economizer Only: Detach
plate by removing three (3) screws and filter door.
Discard cover plate and replace filter door. (See Step
#1, Figure 9.)
B.) For Field Installed Economizer Only:
1. Attach hood mounting door by inserting top lip
under hook bend on upper panel. Use four (4) ½"
hex head screws to fasten hood mounting door to
unit. (See Step #1, Figure 9.)
2. Use four (4) screws to attach right side assembly
and left side assembly. (See Step #3, Figure 9.)
3. Hood bottom requires pre-assembly of lower filter
angle, bottom filter bracket, and bottom divider
bracket. Attach lower filter angle to bottom filter
bracket as shown in Step #4 using two (2) ½" hex
head screws. Bottom filter bracket is then attached
to primered non-textured side of base using two
(2) ½" hex head screws. Bottom divider bracket
is installed to painted textured side of base using
three (3) ½" hex head screws. Paint side of bottom
divider bracket is facing “down” lip on front of
hood base. (See Step #4, Figure 9.)
4. Install hood top assembly to hood mounting door
using three (3) ½" hex head screws. Side bends
of top assembly should overlap left and right side
assemblies. Attach top to side assemblies using four
(4) ½" hex head screws. (See Step #5, Figure 9.)
5. Insert hood bottom assembly between side
assemblies with back bend resting on hook bend of
hood mounting door. Attach to left side assembly
and right side assembly using four (4) ½" hex head
screws. (See Step #5, Figure 9.)
6. Install mist eliminator and attach hood front using
two (2) Phillips head retainer clip screws. (See
Step #6, Figure 9.)
LEFT-HAND APPLICATIONS ONLY
1. Before installation into wall mount cavity, rotate
economizer 180° so JADE controller will now be
adjacent to the wall mount unit control panel. (See
Figure 10.)
2. Remove two (2) side angles and block off plate.
(See Figure 10.)
3. Remove switch assembly by taking out two (2)
screws. Reposition switch assembly and reattach
using two (2) screws. (See Figures 10 & 11.)
4. Reinstall two (2) side angles in upper position.
Reinstall block off plate in lower position. (See
Figure 10.)
5. Loosen actuator shaft adaptor clamp from damper
blade rod. (See Figure 10.)
6. Remove actuator assembly from economizer. (See
Figure 10.)
7. Pull adaptor clamp retainer clip; remove adaptor
clamp from actuator assembly and reinstall on the
opposite side of the actuator on the “0” position.
(See Figure 10.)
8. Reinstall actuator assembly with adaptor clamp
facing away from the economizer assembly. (See
Figure 10.)
9. Ensure position of the economizer damper is
closed, then tighten shaft adaptor clamp. (See
Figure 10.)
10. Hood mounting door will use alternate control
panel door location. (See Figure 10.) Before
installing hood, ensure switch is functioning
properly in upper position (activated in closed
blade position.)
NOTE: Please resume the basic installation process at Step #4 on Page 4.
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FIGURE 9
STEP 1
INSTALL HOOD MOUNTING
DOOR (Field install only)
STEP 2
REMOVE COVER
PLATE AND DISCARD
(Factory install only)
FILTER DOOR
SIDE COVER
REMOVE FILTER
ACCESS PANEL
AND REPLACE ONCE
COVER IS DICARDED
(Factory install only)
RE-INSERT SCREW
TO HOLD CONTROL
PANEL COVER AFTER
PLATE REMOVAL
RIGHT HAND UNIT ONLY.
SEE CONVERSION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR LEFT HAND VERSIONS
CONTROL PANEL
COVER
STEP 3
STEP 4
1/2" HEX HEAD
SCREWS
BOTTOM FILTER
BRACKET
1/2" HEX HEAD
SCREWS
LEFT SIDE
ASSEMBLY
LOWER FILTER ANGLE
BASE PART #126-443
(PRIMERED SIDE)
INSTALL HOOD SIDES TO
HOOD MOUTNING DOOR
INSTALL HOOD TOP
AND HOOD BOTTOM
TO SIDES AND
MOUNTING DOOR
STEP 5
RIGHT SIDE
ASSEMBLY
HOOD BOTTOM
ASSEMBLY
HOOD TOP
ASSEMBLY
STEP 6
INSTALL MIST
ELIMINATOR
(12) SCREWS
PART #1012-086
ECONOMIZER BLADE SWITCH (5 TON UNIT ONLY)
IS ALWAYS LOCATED AT TOP. SWITCH MUST
BE RELOCATED FOR WXXL LEFT HAND UNITS
BEFORE BAFFLE PLATE IS INSTALLED. FOR FIELD
INSTALLED ECONOMIZERS, FOLLOW BASIC
ECONOMIZER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
CONVERSATION TO LEFT HAND UNIT INSTALLATION.
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INSTALL HOOD FRONT
USING (2) ATTACHED
RETAINER CLIP SCREWS
MIS-3231
FIGURE 10
VIEW UNDER UPPER PARTITION
(BLADE SWITCH DETAIL)
MOVE SWITCH TO UPPER
POSITION
BLADE IN CLOSED POSITION
MOVE SIDE ANGLES
TO UPPER POSITION
LEFT HANDED APPLICATION
"0" POSITION
MOVE BLOCK
OFF PLATE TO
LOWER POSITION
DAMPER BLADE ROD
LEFT HANDED ECONOMIZER
ACTUATOR
SHAFT
ADAPTOR
CLAMP
LEFT HANDED CONTROL PANEL
COVER CONFIGURATION
SIDE COVER
FILTER DOOR
CONTROL PANEL COVER
MIS-3232
JADE™ ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER
W7220 Controller offers unparalleled flexibility
and expansion in a dependable and solid electronic
platform.
• Multiple economizer applications from one controller.
• Nearly limitless customization of setpoints.
• Internal Checkout menu provides fast performance assessment.
• Alarms menu provides assistance in troubleshooting.
Memory: User defined setpoints remain in nonvolatile flash memory regardless of electrical outage
duration. Control voltage below 18V may cause erratic
performance.
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START-UP / CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
From the factory, the JADE™ economizer controller
has been preset with “default” values that were predetermined as optimum for equipment buildings,
and these are shown in Tables 2 - 4. However, it is
important to review and/or customize these operational
values per owner specifications in order to guarantee
satisfactory performance. The installing contractor can
easily access the JADE™ programming by the integral
keypad and LCD display.
There are six (6) basic MENU categories to navigate:
1.
STATUS – provides real-time access to sensor input, damper and equipment operation.
2.
SETPOINTS – customizable operational parameters.
3.
SYSTEM SETUP – customizable application programming.
4.
ADVANCED SETUP – further application and operational options.
5.
CHECKOUT – instantly activate and verify economizer functions.
6.
ALARMS – displays alarms and pinpoints problem areas.
Before being placed in service, the JADE™ economizer
controller programming should be reviewed/customized
through the following steps:
1. SYSTEM SETUP: from the main screen, press the
SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to navigate through
the six (6) basic menu items to the SYSTEM SETUP
menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
– Navigate through the multiple levels of SYSTEM SETUP by pushing the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS.
– To change a specific parameter in the SYSTEM SETUP menu, press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to display its current value. Press the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to change or
or increase/decrease value. Press the ELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to save the new customized value — “CHANGE STORED” will be displayed. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON again to return to current menu parameter.
– For specific SYSTEM SETUP level information, refer to Table 2.
NOTE: During an extended level of inactivity, the
display of the JADE™ economizer controller will
begin to automatically scroll through the various levels
of the STATUS menu as a screensaver. Each level will
stay for approximately 5 seconds before changing to
the next level.
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TABLE 2
SYSTEM SETUP (Menu Levels)
MENU
LEVEL
INSTALL
DEFAULT
VALUE
RANGE
NOTES
Display Order = MM/DD/YY
Setting Order = DD/MM/YY
01/01/10
Sets controller to read in
either measurements
UNITS DEG
°F
°F / °C
EQUIPMENT
HP (B) 
HP
HP (B)
HP (O)
HP (B)
1 Speed
1 Speed
2 Speed
5000
100 to
15,000
Not applicable
AUX OUT
EXH2
NONE
ERV
EXH2
SYS
Product can be used to
signal other devices
OCC
INPUT
INPUT or
ALWAYS
INPUT is for dedicated
OCC signal, ALWAYS is for
all other situations
NO
YES or
NO
Resets to factory defaults if
changed to YES
AUX IN
FAN SPEED
FAN CFM
FACTORY
DEFAULT
Heat Pump HP
CONV = A/C
Energize on Cool
Energize on Heat
 HP is correct setting for CONV (A/C) units also. This is to accomodate emergency ventilation operation when desired.
2. ADVANCED SETUP: from the main screen,
press the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to
navigate through the six (6) basic menu items to the
ADVANCED SETUP menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the ADVANCED SETUP menu.
– Navigate through the multiple levels of ADVANCED SETUP by pushing the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS.
– To change a specific parameter in the ADVANCED SETUP menu, press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to display its current value. Press the
SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to change or
increase/decrease value. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to save the new customized value — “CHANGE STORED” will be displayed. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON again to return to current menu parameter.
– For specific ADVANCED SETUP level information, refer to Table 3.
TABLE 3
ADVANCED SETUP (Menu Levels)
MENU
LEVEL
DEFAULT
VALUE
RANGE
NOTES
MA
LOW
SET
45°F
35-55°
Temp to activate freeze
protection — Close Damper
FREEZE
POS
CLO
CLO or MIN
Damper position upon
freeze protection
0 to 4.0h or
OFF
Delay for 3rd Stage Cooling
– allows for 3 stages of
cooling, one stage for econ
& two stages for compressor
STG3
DLY
DMPR
POS
15 MIN
TABLE 4
SETPOINTS (Menu Levels)
MENU
LEVEL
DEFAULT
VALUE
RANGE
NOTES
MA T
SET
53°F
38°F to
65°F
Mixed Air Temperature setpoint
at which the economizer damper
will begin to modulate to maintain
setting
LOW T
LOCK
0°F
-45°F to
80°F
Low outdoor ambient temperature
for compressor lockout
DRYBLB
SET
70°F
48°F to
80°F
Maximum outdoor temperature
setting for "free" economizer cooling
ENTH
CURVE
ES3
ES1,
ES2,
ES3,
ES4 or
ES5
Enthalpy boundary "curves" for
economizers using temp/humidity
sensor, see "Enthalpy Settings"
explanation
CLO
CLO or OPN
Where damper goes upon
shutdown signal
MA T
CAL
0.0°F
+/-2.5°F from
actual reading
Mixed Air Sensor
temperature calibration
OA T
CAL
0.0°F
+/-2.5°F from
actual reading
Outdoor Air Sensor
temperature calibration
MIN
POS
10V
2 to 10
VDC
0%
+/-10% from
actual reading
Outdoor Air Humidity Sensor
calibration for economizers
using temp/humidity sensor
Actuator voltage for Minimum
Position – see Minimum Position
Vent Setup Note below
EXH1
50%
0 to
100%
Setpoint for damper if exhaust fan
is powered by economizer
EXH2
6%
0 to
100%
Setpoint for AUX output signal
OAS H
CAL
3. SETPOINTS: from the main screen, press the
SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to navigate through
the six (6) basic menu items to the SETPOINTS menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the SETPOINTS menu.
– Navigate through the multiple levels of SETPOINTS by pushing the SCROLL (UP/
DOWN) BUTTONS.
– To change a specific parameter in the SETPOINTS menu, press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to display its current value. Press the SCROLL (UP/
DOWN) BUTTONS to change or increase/decrease value. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to save the new customized value — “CHANGE STORED” will be displayed. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON again to return to current menu parameter.
– For specific SETPOINTS level information, refer to Table 4.
NOTE: At this point, the economizer assembly should
be fully functional and ready for preliminary testing.
4. CHECKOUT: from the main screen, press the
SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to navigate through
the six (6) basic menu items to the CHECKOUT
menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the CHECKOUT menu.
– Navigate through the multiple levels of CHECKOUT by pushing the SCROLL (UP/
DOWN) BUTTONS.
– To perform a specific test in the CHECKOUT
menu, press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose a particular exercise, “RUN?” will appear. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON again to activate this exercise. After a short pause, “IN PROGRESS” will appear as the test activates. “DONE” will display after the test is complete. Press the MENU UP (EXIT) BUTTON to end the test and/or turn off the activated relay.
– For specific CHECKOUT level information, refer to Table 5.
NOTE: CHECKOUT functions bypass the normal
5-minute delay for compressor protection. Be sure
to allow for enough time to pass between tests so the
compressor is not damaged from extreme short-cycling.
MINIMUM POSITION NOTE: Minimum position setting has been preset to 10V which when connected to
MC4000 Lead/Lag Controller System will allow economizer to drive wide open per emergency ventilation strategy
as detailed in MC4000 Instructions. This may require resetting to a lower value per job specifications.
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TABLE 5
CHECKOUT (Menu Levels)
CHECKOUT ITEM
CHECKOUT TEST
DAMPER VMIN-HS
Positions damper to the minimum amount of
opening allowed by actuator
DAMPER VMAX-HS
Opens damper to the MIN POS level indicated
in the SETPOINTS menu. See Minimum
Position Ventilation Setup Procedure (Pg. 16)
DAMPER OPEN
Forces damper to full open position, energizes
exhaust contacts
DAMPER CLOSE
Positions damper to completely closed position
CONNECT Y1-O
Forces Y1-OUTPUT to compressor
CONNECT Y2-O
Forces Y2-OUTPUT to compressor
CONNECT AUX
Depending upon AUX OUT setting from
SETUP menu:
NONE – no action
ERV – 24VAC out for ERV & NOT Economizer
SYS – 24VAC out for alarm
NOTE: Economizer assembly should be ready to
put into service. At any point during operation, in
economizer mode or idle, real-time information from
sensors and integral components can be accessed from
the STATUS menu.
5. STATUS: from the main screen, press the SCROLL
(UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to navigate through the six
(6) basic menu items to the STATUS menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the STATUS menu.
– Navigate through the multiple levels of STATUS by pushing the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS.
– As the STATUS menu simply gives input/output information in real-time, there is no way to change or otherwise alter the displayed criteria. It is simply a window into the operation of the economizer controller.
– For specific STATUS level information, refer to Table 6.
NOTE: Upon power-up (or after power failure or low
voltage condition), the controller will begin a 5-minute
time delay before enabling mechanical cooling.
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TABLE 6
STATUS (Menu Levels)
MENU LEVEL
RANGE
NOTES
ECON AVAIL
YES/NO
Indicates if conditions are
favorable for economizing
ECONOMIZING
YES/NO
Indicates if economizer is actively
economizing
OCCUPIED
YES/NO
Indicates if economizer is actively
economizing Indicates if dedicated
24V occupied signal is being
received on terminal OCC
HEAT PUMP
COOL/HEAT
Displays actual compressor use if
in HEAT PUMP mode
COOL Y1-IN
ON/OFF
Indicates if 24V signal is being
received on terminal Y1-I
COOL Y1-OUT
ON/OFF
Displays if controller is actively
calling for mechanical compressor
cooling (24V on Y1-O)
COOL Y2-IN
ON/OFF
Indicates if 24V signal is being
received on terminal Y2-I
COOL Y2-OUT
ON/OFF
Displays if controller is actively
calling for Stg. 2 cooling
(24V on Y2-O)
MA TEMP
0° to 140°F
Current mixed air temp
OA TEMP
-40° to 140°F
Current outdoor air temp
OA HUM
0% to 100%
Current outdoor air humidity for
economizers using temp/humidity
sensor
DAMPER OUT
2.0 to 10.0
Displays voltage to actuator
ACT POS
0 to 100%
Current % of opening
ACT COUNT
N/A
Current count of actuator cycles
from installation
ACTUATOR OK
YES/NO
Indicates potential fault
EXH1 OUT
ON/OFF
Output of EXH1 Terminal
MECH COOL ON
0, 1, or 2
Stages of mechanical cooling
currently active
NOTE: If there are any potential problems recognized
by the economizer controller, it may be registered
in the form of an alarm in the ALARM(S) menu. If
there is a period of inactivity AND there is an alarm
registering, the controller will randomly scroll through
the ALARM(S) menu items as a screensaver.
ENTHALPY SETTINGS
FIGURE 11
If economizer is enthalpy-based, and was shipped with
the temp/humidity sensor, the economizer must be
programmed for the specific enthalpy curve boundary
desired for “free” outdoor cooling. The available
enthalpy boundaries are all subject to specific OA
temperature, OA humidity, and OA dew points. If all of
the OA conditions are below the specific points outlined
in each boundary, the conditions are good to economize
and economizer mode is set to “YES”. If some or all
the OA conditions are above the specific points outlined
in each boundary, the conditions are not good to
economize and the economizer mode is set to “NO”.
Point P1
Point 2
Enthalpy
Curve
Temp. Dry
Bulb (°F)
Temp.
Dewpoint
(°F)
Enthalpy
(btu/lb/da)
Temp. °F
Humidity
% RH
Temp. °F
Humidity
% RH
ES1
80.0
60.0
28.0
80.0
36.8
66.3
80.1
ES2
75.0
57.0
26.0
75.0
39.6
63.3
80.0
ES3
70.0
54.0
24.0
70.0
42.3
59.7
81.4
ES4
65.0
51.0
22.0
65.0
44.8
55.7
84.2
ES5
60.0
48.0
20.0
60.0
46.9
51.3
88.5
HL
86.0
66.0
32.4
86.0
38.9
72.4
80.3
ALARM(S): from the main screen, press the SCROLL
(UP/DOWN) BUTTONS to navigate through the six
(6) basic menu items to the ALARM(S) menu.
– Push the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose the ALARM(S) menu.
– Navigate through the current alarms in ALARM(S) by pushing the SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS.
– Once the alarm has been identified, and the cause has been removed (e.g. replaced faulty sensor), the alarm may erase itself. If a manual alarm-erasing is required, it can be cleared from the display by navigating to the desired alarm and pressing the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON to choose that specific alarm. “ERASE?” will display. Press the SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON again. “ALARM ERASED” will appear. Press the MENU UP (EXIT) BUTTON to complete the action and return to the previous menu.
– For specific ALARM(S) information, refer to Table 7.
TABLE 7
ALARMS (Examples)
Alarm(s)
Notes
MA T SENS ERR
Malfunctioning mixed air sensor
OA T SENS ERR
Malfunctioning outdoor air sensor
ACT STALLED
Actuator cannot reach desired percentage of opening
SYS ALARM
If AUX is set to SYS in SETPOINTS menu, SYS will display
upon any registered alarm
NOTE: This is not a complete list of alarms. Additional alarms will display depending upon the
parameter settings and configuration and attached equipment.
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ECONOMIZER SEQUENCE OF
OPERATION
FIGURE 12
100% OUTSIDE AIRFLOW PATH
Condition — Cool / Dry OA Conditions
•1st Stage Cooling closes and sends signal to JADE™ control. Since the air temperature outside is cooler than the preset DRYBULB SET setting, or is below the ENTH CURVE boundary in the SETPOINTS menu, the actuator will power the economizer damper to “economizer” mode as the indoor blower motor starts. The mixed air sensor senses a mixture of return air and cool outdoor air and modulates opening to achieve preset MAT SET setting in SETPOINTS menu. Compressor operation is inhibited. (See Figure 12.)
•2nd Stage Cooling closes and sends a signal to JADE™ control, which closes the Y1-O relay to begin mechanical cooling. The economizer damper REMAINS OPEN in tandem operation with the compressor as long as the OA conditions do not drop below the preset DRYBULB SET/
ENTH CURVE settings in the SETPOINTS menu. (See Figure 13.)
•3rd Stage Cooling (if available) closes and sends a signal to JADE™ control, which closes the Y2-O relay to begin 2nd stage mechanical cooling. The economizer damper REMAINS OPEN in tandem operation with the compressor as long as the temperature outside does not drop below the
preset DRYBULB SET setting in the SETPOINTS menu. (See Figure 13.)
SUPPLY AIR
MIST
ELIMINATOR
AIR FILTER
100%
OUTDOOR
AIR
EXHAUST AIR
MIS-3235 A
FIGURE 13
MIXED AIRFLOW PATH
Condition — Warm / Humid OA Conditions
•1st Stage Cooling closes and sends signal to JADE™ control. Since the OA conditions are above the preset DRYBULB SET/ENTH CURVE setting in the SETPOINTS menu, the control will simply close the Y1-O relay to initiate mechanical cooling. The economizer damper will remain closed or in a minimum ventilation setting depending upon occupied status. (See Figure 14.)
•2nd Stage Cooling (if available) closes and sends a signal to JADE™ control. Since the OA conditions are still above than the preset DRYBULB SET/ENTH CURVE setting in the SETPOINTS menu, the control will simply close the Y2-O relay to initiate 2nd stage mechanical cooling. The economizer damper will remain closed or in a minimum ventilation setting depending upon occupied status. (See Figure 14.)
RETURN AIR
COOLING COIL
SUPPLY AIR
AIR FILTER
MIST
ELIMINATOR
OUTDOOR AIR
RETURN AIR
EXHAUST AIR
CONDENSER AIR
CONDENSER COIL
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MIS-3233
FIGURE 14
100% CLOSED LOOP AIRFLOW PATH
COOLING COIL
ECONOMIZER FEATURES
• One piece construction – easy to install. Direct-
drive actuator eliminates linkage.
• Exhaust air damper – built in with positive closed position. Provides exhaust air capability to prevent pressurization of tight buildings.
SUPPLY AIR
•JADE™ controller provides nearly limitless customization on a solid, intuitive electronic platform.
•
AIR FILTER
MIST
ELIMINATOR
100% RETURN AIR
Actuator Motor – 24 volt, power-open, spring-
return, direct-coupled with stall protection. Self-
centering shaft clamp and access cover facilitate ease of replacement/maintenance.
• Proportioning-type control – for maximum “free” cooling economy and comfort with up to 100% outside air.
• Drybulb sensor to monitor outdoor air temperature.
DAMPER BLADE
• Minimum Ventilation Position available for required ventilation of occupants or dilution of pollutants.
CONDENSER AIR
• Mixed air sensor to monitor outdoor and return air to automatically modulate damper position.
CONDENSER COIL
MIS-3236 A
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Economizer Operation for Single Stage:
THERMOSTAT/CONTROL CALLS
ST
FOR 1 STAGE COOLING
OA CONDITIONS
ABOVE DRYBULB
OR ENTHALPY
CURVE SETPOINTS
OA CONDITIONS
BELOW DRYBULB
OR ENTHALPY
CURVE SETPOINT
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON. DAMPER
CLOSED OR MIN.
POSITION
ECONOMIZER ONLY
OPERATION, MAT
SENSOR ATTEMPTS
TO MAINTAIN
PRESET DISCHARGE
AIR TEMP.
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
MECHANICAL
COOLING
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
IS ADDITIONAL
COOLING REQ’D?
NO
YES
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
ECONOMIZER
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON DAMPER
REMAINS OPEN
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
ECONOMIZER AND
MECHANICAL COOL
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
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Economizer Operation for Two Stage:
OA CONDITIONS
ABOVE DRYBULB OR
ENTHALPY CURVE
SETPOINT
ST
1 STAGE
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON. DAMPER
CLOSED OR MIN.
POSITION
IS ADDITIONAL
COOLING REQ’D?
YES
ND
2 STAGE
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON DAMPER
CLOSED OR MIN.
POSITION
THERMOSTAT/CONTROL CALLS
ST
FOR 1 STAGE COOLING
OA CONDITIONS
BELOW DRYBULB
OR ENTHALPY
CURVE SETPOINT
ECONOMIZER ONLY
OPERATION, MAT
SENSOR ATTEMPTS
TO MAINTAIN
PRESET DISCHARGE
AIR TEMP.
IS ADDITIONAL
COOLING REQ’D?
NO
NO
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
MECHANICAL
COOLING
YES
1ST STAGE
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON DAMPER
REMAINS OPEN
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
ECONOMIZER
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
MECHANICAL
COOLING
IS ADDITIONAL
COOLING REQ’D?
YES
NO
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
ECONOMIZER AND
MECHANICAL COOL
THERMOSTAT IS
SATISFIED AND
SYSTEM SHUTS
DOWN
ND
2 STAGE
MECHANICAL
COOLING BEGINS,
ECON DAMPER
REMAINS OPEN
CONDITIONED
SPACE LOAD IS
PICKED UP BY
ECONOMIZER AND
MECHANICAL COOL
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