SWICCT manual

SWICCT manual
SWICCT
Manual: sw 1.10
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Contents of the SWICCT Manual, Version 1.10
To install the SWICCT......................................................................................................
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Section 2:
To connect the unit.........................................................................................................
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To connect up to an individual unit..............................................................................
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To connect up to a slave loop........................................................................................
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Example: Master-slave-slave-slave-slave.....................................
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Example: Master-slave-slave/master-slave..................................
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Using the SWICCT...........................................................................................................
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Logging in.........................................................................................................................
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Temperature settings.......................................................................................................
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To change the Modbus ID: ............................................................................................
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Status and information....................................................................................................
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General status................................................................................
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Actual values..................................................................................
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Active alarm....................................................................................
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Customer configuration...................................................................................................
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Output configuration.....................................................................
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Input configuration.........................................................................
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Service mode....................................................................................................................
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Temperature setpoint settings......................................................
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Regulator settings...........................................................................
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CO2/VOC........................................................................................
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Controller settings..........................................................................
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Airflow settings...............................................................................
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Temperature settings......................................................................
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Commissioning................................................................................
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Valve first open function: Energises the actuators for 6 minutes to activate them. (Supplied in open condition, will now
close).............................................................................................
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Section 3:
Update...............................................................................................................................
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Section 1:
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Section 1: To install the SWICCT
The program is available for downloading at www.swegon.se /Resources/ Software.
Click on Open
Start installing the software by clicking on ”SWICCT_Install.msi”. If your are reinstalling the program, make
sure that previous version has been uninstalled before you start the new one.
When this box appears, click on "Next".
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Press "Browse" to choose a spot in your computer where you can put the software. Then click on "Next".
The installation is now ready to start. Click on "Next".
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The installation is now completed, click on "Next".
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To install the driver for cable
The installation file for the driver is located in the folder you downloaded from the home page.
Open the ”CP210x_VCP_Windows” subfolder.
Select the driver based on the type of operating system in your computer, i.e. 32/64 bits, ”CP210xVCPInstaller_x86.exe” or ”CP210xVCPInstaller_x64.exe”. Double-click on the installation file that fits the type of
operating system in your computer (x64 = 64 bits and x86 = 32 bits).
What type of system do I have?
(Based on Windows 7).
To determine what type of system your computer has, go to the Control Panel and click on "System and
Security". Then click on System. You can determine what type of system you have under "Type of system".
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Now you can install the driver that fits your type of system.
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If you are requested to extract
compressed folders, do so...
….and open the ”CP210x…” folder and then double-click on
the CP210xVCPInstaller file.
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When this box appears, click on "Next".
Read through the license agreement, select "I accept the agreement" and then click on "Next".
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The driver for the unit has been installed, click on "Finish".
When the installation has been completed, you will find a folder named "Swegon AB" at the previously
selected place in your computer. Then open the ”SWICCT” folder.
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Section 2: To connect the unit
This is what you need for using the SWICCT.
Cable: USB - RS485
Silicon Labs VCP Software for
Windows XP/Server 2003 Vista/7/8
Download VCP (3.49 MB)
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SWegon Indoor Climate
Config Tool
There are two options on how you can connect up to the system, on the loop or on an individual controller. Each controller has four ports, numbered: 22, 23, 24 and 25. Port 22/23 belongs to the master loop and
Port 24/25 belongs to the slave loop. These are completely independent of one another. The sensor modules
are connected to the slave loop. The connections between master-slave-slave are also connected to the
slave loop. The master-slave connection is done on the master loop. To connect up to the slave loop, use
either Port 24/25 or a sensor module. To connect up to an individual unit, connect into its master loop, Port
22/23.
Master loop
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Slave loop
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The sensor modules should have different IDs. The ID of a sensor module can be changed by screwing the
back side of the sensor module as illustrated. To read the temperature from a specific sensor module, select
this reading under "Service mode" - "Temperature settings". The sensor module should then have ID 1.
The ID on the Sensor module can be
changed here by turning the arrow to an
appropriate ID digit.
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This sensor module has ID 2.
To connect up to an individual unit
If you want to connect up to an individual controller, connect into its master loop (Port 22 or 23). The unit's
Modbus ID is then shown in the tree.
When you are connected up to a unit's master
loop, search for it by clicking on "Search". The
unit will appear in the tree and you can then
click on "Stop search".
Further particulars on how to search for units
are explained under the heading "Connection
settings" in the next section.
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The unit is now identified by its Modbus address in the tree. In the case shown in the image, the controller
has Modbus address 7. Accordingly, this is not the same as "Slave ID". If you intend to make a change in a
specific unit and you are unsure of its ID, you can connect up to the master loop of the specific unit. It looks
the same in the tree regardless of whether you connect up to a slave or a master.
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Sensor module
22 23 24 25
Slave
Modbus address 7
Slave ID 3
7 URC1→ Slave with Modbus ID 7.
If you connect up to a master it looks the same, i.e.
the master's Modbus ID is shown in the tree.
To connect up to a slave loop
When you connect up to a sensor module or
the slave loop, you should mark an X in the
"connected to URC1 sensor module" box
when you are searching for units.
Further particulars on how to search for units
are explained under the heading "Connection
settings" in the next section.
When you connect up to a loop the controllers are identified by their slave ID, the master gets ID 0. Two
examples of different connections and how this is show in the tree in SWICCT are shown below.
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Example: Master-slave-slave-slave-slave
Sensor module
Sensor module
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22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
Master
Modbus address 4
Slave
Modbus address 1
Slave ID 1
22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
Slave
Modbus address 2
Slave ID 2
Slave
Modbus address 3
Slave ID 3
22 23 24 25
Slave
Modbus address
4
Slave ID 4
0 URC1→ Master
1 URC1→ slave with ”Slave ID”= 1
2 URC1→ slave with ”Slave ID”= 2
3 URC1→ slave with ”Slave ID”= 3
Example: Master-slave-slave/master-slave
When you have a system divided into master-slave-slave/master-slave, this involves two separate loops and
it is necessary to connect up to two different places in order to reach all the units. Accordingly, this must
be done in two steps: first connect up to one loop (Connection 1) and then connect up to the second loop
(Connection 2).
Sensor module
Connection 1
Connection 2
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22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
Master
Modbus address 4
Slave
Modbus address 1
Slave ID 1
Sensor module
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22 23 24 25
Slave
Modbus address 2
Slave ID 2
22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
Master
Modbus address 8
Slave
Modbus address 4
Slave ID 4
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In this position you can mark the relevant unit in the tree for adjusting the settings. By connecting up to the
slave loop, you are benefited by being able to change several units by simply connecting up to one point.
What is important is that you can keep an eye on which unit is located in a given rum and its ID.
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0 URC1→ Master with Modbus ID 4
Connection 1
1 URC1→ Slave with Slave ID 1
2 URC1→ Slave with Slave ID 2
With this connection you can reach Loop 1, master
with Modbus ID 4 and slaves with Slave ID 1 and 2.
0 URC1→ Master with Modbus ID 8.
Connection 2
4 URC1→ Slave with Slave ID 4
With this connection you can reach Loop 2, master
with Modbus ID 8 and slave with Slave ID 4
If you start from the same connection as the one above but interconnect master-master via their master
loops (Port 22/23) and connect on the SWICCT via the master loop on one of the master units illustrated
below then you can see both masters in the tree.
Sensor module
Sensor module
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22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
22 23 24 25
Master
Modbus address 4
Slave
Modbus address 1
Slave ID 1
Slave
Modbus address 2
Slave ID 2
22 23 24 25
Master
Modbus address 8
22 23 24 25
Slave
Modbus address 4
Slave ID 4
4 URC1→ Master with Modbus ID 4
8 URC1→ Master with Modbus ID 8
Connected on the master loop included on master
interconnected though the master loop, the slaves
are not visible. (connected as shown above)
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Section 3: Using the SWICCT
Logging in
Open the program and log in by entering the following:
User name: service
Password: servicepw
If nothing happens when you enter your "Login", you have probably entered an incorrect user name or
password.
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Connection settings
Here you can enter settings for finding the relevant unit/units that are connected up. Instructions on how
you connect up to the unit can be found under Section 2 "To connect the unit".
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If you have opened the program for the first time,
you must fetch the files from the "ftp" server. To
do so, click on "Download files from ftp".
If this box appears when you are trying to search
for units, this is probably because you have forgotten to download the files from the server.
To search for the unit:
Select which com port, speed and parity is in use.
To find which port is active:
Open the unit manager. Go in under
"Ports (COM and LPT)" where the
ports that are active are shown, in this
case COM3.
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Marked by an X if you are connected to the Slave
loop by means of a sensor module. The units
found on the loop are shown in the tree to the
right. Mark it if you want to enter a change and
proceed to the next tab.
If you are connected up to an individual unit,
click on Search; the unit should then appear in
the tree.
Mark the unit and proceed to the next tab.
To change the Modbus ID:
It is possible to change the Modbus ID by
right-hand clicking on the unit in the tree.
A scroll bar will then appear. Select which
Modbus ID you want to give the unit.
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if you want to change the Modbus ID of a unit, right-hand click on the unit in the tree. It is not possible to
change the ID of a slave if you are connected up via a sensor module. To change the ID of a slave, you must
connect up to the specific unit's master loop. This results in a change of Modbus ID.
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Status and information
The status of the product read by means of selected sensors is shown under this tab.
Click on ”Read status from controller" or
mark an X in the ”Update continuously” box
to see the current values.
General status
Description
Condensation: Yes or No, indicates
whether or not condensation alarms
are connected
Commissioning: On or Off depending on whether the system is operating in the commissioning mode
Device state: Status on the controller: if the controller is a slave, only
”slave” is shown.
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Actual values
The readings transmitted from the sensor modules connected to the loop are shown here. If several sensors
are used, you can choose under the "Service mode" tab and under "Temperature settings" whether a specific sensor should read the values or whether a mean value should be calculated.
• Room temperature: Shows current operation status
• CO2 / VOC shows current air quality level
• Pressure: Current nozzle pressure on master
(N.B. – Will show zero when the damper is
closed)
• Airflow: Shows the room’s supply airflow
• Occupancy: Signal from occupancy sensor, 1
= Occupancy, 0 = No occupancy
• Heat demand: Indicates the room's heating
demand as a percentage
• Cool demand: Indicates the room's cooling
demand as a percentage
Active alarm
• Damper position indicates possible extra air
triggered by the air quality sensor
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Possible active alarms are shown here.
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Customer configuration
The settings for the various inputs and outputs of the product can be entered here.
Click on ”read current values” enable the
current settings for the product to be read
into the system.
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Output configuration
Select the settings to be used for the various ports. Various settings for each port are available in the scrolldown lists. The settings are dependent on how the product is wired and what functions it has. All the
configurations are selectable as "normally closed" or "normally open" however NO/NC is used only with
thermal actuators.
Description
→ Not used
No signal on the output
→ Power supply
24V constant supply out from the output
→ Water cooling
24V when there is a cooling signal
→ Water heating
24V when there is a heating signal
→ Water change over 2 pipe
24V for cooling/heating demand
→ Water cooling primary sequence
Cooling sequence 0-50% 24V
→ Water cooling secondary sequence
Cooling sequence 50-100% 24V
→ Water heating primary sequence
Heating sequence 0-50% 24V
→ Water heating secondary sequence
Heating sequence 50-100% 24V
Analogue output 1, 2, 3 (19, 16, 13)
Description
→ Not used
No signal on the output
→ Water cooling
0-10V for a cooling demand
→ Water heating
0-10V for a heating demand
→ Water change over 2 pipe
0-10V for cooling/heating demand
→ Water change over 4 pipe
For 6-way valve, 0-5V=cooling, 5-10V=heating
→ Water cooling primary sequence
Cooling sequence 0-50% 0-10V
→ Water cooling secondary sequence
Cooling sequence 50-100% 0-10V
→ Water heating primary sequence
Heating sequence 0-50% 0-10V
→ Water heating secondary sequence
Heating sequence 50-100% 0-10V
→ ECOPulse
Control signal for integrated damper at 3 different operating modes
→ 2step
Control signal for integrated damper at 3 different operating modes
→ Variable
Control signal for integrated damper at 3 different operating modes
→ ADAPT analogue extract air
Calculated 0-10V signal for extract air (ADAPT Damper)
→ ADAPT slave supply air
ADAPT Parasol slave (control signal to internal damper)
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Digital output 1, 2, 3 (21, 18, 15)
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Input configuration
Select the settings to be used for the various ports.
Description of the options available for selection for the various input ports.
Input 1 usage
→ Not used
Not used
→ Room Temperature
External temperature sensor is used
→ Change over temperature
Ext. Temp sensor for change-over is used
→ Temperature (read only)
Only temp. reading, no regulation
→ Window contact NO
Window contact normally open
→ Window contact NC
Window contact normally closed
Input 3 usage
→ Not used
Not used
→ CO2 0-10V
CO2 sensor with 0-10 V control range
→ CO2 2-10V
CO2 sensor with 2-10 V control range
Input 4 usage
→ Not used
Not used
→ Keycard switch NO
Keycard switch normally open
→ Keycard switch NC
Keycard switch normally closed
→ Window contact NO
Window contact normally open
→ Window contact NC
Window contact normally closed
Occ mode
Use occupancy sensor
Detect occupancy/no occupany
Always occupied
Force to occupancy mode
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Service mode
Under this tab you can adjust the settings of the various modes of the product, for instance. The switch-on of various
modes can also be forced, for measurement and checks, for instance.
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Temperature setpoint settings
Specify the temperature limits that shall apply to the relevant mode of the product.
Description
Switch-on temperature, cooling/heating in the following:
− OCC
Occupancy mode
− NoOCC
No occupancy mode
− Holiday
Holiday mode
− SNC
Summer night cool
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Regulator settings
Description
P-band and I-times for regulation of water and air.
CO2/VOC
Description
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•
The use of VOC air quality sensor
−
Off – No sensor should be used. Used for actively
indicating that an already registered sensor has
been removed. Otherwise the system will initiate
an alarm.
−
Auto, detects whether a sensor is connected
•
Min. value in ppm for regulation with an air quality
sensor
•
Max. value in ppm for regulation with an air quality
sensor
−
The regulator steplessly regulates the airflow
between these values.
•
Input 3 usage: Choice whether a 0-10V or 2-10V
sensor is used
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Controller settings
Ventilation boost delay: After how many hours of no occupancy the
airflow should be boosted for ventilating the room
Ventilation boost time: How long should the boost mode run
On delay: Delay of signal transmission when occupancy is detected
Off delay Delay of signal transmission when no occupancy is detected
Occupancy type
→ Auto
Occupancy sensor in Auto operation mode
→ Occupancy forced
Boosted airflow during occupancy
→ No occupancy forced
Boosted airflow during no occupancy
Two step cooling delay: Delay between steps when two-step cooling is run
Air Cooling sequence
→ Air-Water-Air
Water first
→ Air-Water
Air first
Slave air function:
Alternative regulation function, slaves, can be made here (Variable = standard procedure)
Heat type:
”Radiator” should be selected if radiators are used or floor heating is used.
On a heating demand, boosted airflow to supply extra air is blocked.
Cold draft protection level (for Heat type radiators):
How much should the heating actuators open for cold draft protection.
Cold draft protection stop (for Heat type radiators):
In response to which cooling signal should the cold draft protection switch
off (heat actuator closes)
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Cold draft protection UnOcc: Cold draft protection when there is no
occupancy
Actuator period time: Length of period for actuator
Airflow settings
Description
C-factor of relevant product's min. flow
C-factor of current product's max. flow
Zero point calibration (done immediately)
Airflow to the room in Holiday mode
Airflow to the room in No occupancy mode
Airflowto the room in Occupancy mode
Airflow to the room for boost/max. mode
Lowest permissible nozzle pressure so that the cooling valve will open
Min. airflow for slave-controlled extract air damper
Max. airflow for slave-controlled extract air damper
Offset between supply air and extract air (positive or negative pressure in
the room)
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Temperature settings
Description
Room temperature sensor use
→ Mean vale of sensor
modules
Uses the mean value from the
sensor modules included in the
loop
→ Sensor module with
MB ID 1
Uses the temperature reading
from the sensor module with
Address 1.
→ External temperature
sensor
Uses only the temperature reading from external temp. sensor
→ Mean value of sensor
modules and ext. Temp.
sensor
Uses the mean value of sensor
modules and external Temp.
sensor
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→ Not used
No external temperature sensor
is used
→ Room temperature
Measures the room temperature
and regulates according to it
→ Change over temperature
Use of the sensor in a changeover system
→ Temperature read only
Sensor measures only temperature, no regulation
→ Window contact NO
Use of window contact which is
normally open
→ Window contact NC
Use of window contact which is
normally closed
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Commissioning
Description
Air
− Off
Water
No commissioning mode activated
− Min/Max Operate the
damper in the
forced mode
− Off
No commissioning
mode activated
− Open Force the valves to
open
Valve first open function: Energises the actuators for 6 minutes to activate them. (Supplied in open condition, will now close)
STOP water actuators: Closes the actuators
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Update
Browse and fetch the latest program update.
”Update slaves…”: Updates the underlying slaves with selected software
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