ADAPTFa

ADAPTFa
ADAPT Free
TM
Installation - Commissioning - Maintenance
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Installation
1. ADAPT Free is suspended from the ceiling. Femalethreaded screw caps are available on the top of the air
diffuser.
2.Secure the connecting duct by means of pop rivets.
3.The bottom plate can be dismantled by pressing the
fixing pins of the bottom plate outward, which will
loosen it from the upper cone.
Secure the bottom plate to the upper cone with the
safety cord, press together the S-hook to prevent it from
coming loose.
N.B.! Disconnect the electric cable from the motor.
Figure 1. Presence detector’s detection area.
Table. Presence detector’s detection area
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 specified in meters
Figure 2. ADAPT Free, installation.
1
WISE
Electrical connections
All the connections are wired to the CONNECT Adapt junction box. From there, the Master air diffuser is connected
by means of the LINK Adapt (RJ45) cable included in the
delivery. The slave air diffusers, if required, are connected
by means of the same type of cable to their respective
slave contacts. If there are more than 2 slave air diffusers,
a SPLIT Link should be used for further connection to the
last slave air diffuser. See Figure 4. If SPLIT Link is used,
the maximum permissible length of the LINK Adapt cable
from the junction box to the last air diffuser is 15 metres. If
ADAPT is to be connected up to Modbus communication,
this should be done by means of the LINK Modbus (RJ12)
cable. All cables and contacts are different so that they will
not be confused or incorrectly connected.
Electrical Data
ADAPT is supplied with power via the junction box. See the
wiring diagram. It is important that cables with appropriate
cross-sectional area, transformers of correct size and power
supply cables of correct length are selected according to
the specifications in the sizing documents available on
www.swegon.com.
Supply voltage
24 V AC ±10 %
Max. power consumption
3 VA
Cable rating
0,6 A
Ambient temperature:
1
0 °C - +50 °C
2
2
11
2
5
5
5
5
6
3
10
20
Master
4
1
5
1
6
7
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
3
2
1
Figure 4. Air diffuser connections
1. Connection for LINK Adapt cable (RJ45)
2. Connection for the LINK Modbus cable (RJ12). Only the master
air diffuser should be connected.
3. Direct 24 V connection if a junction box is not used and the air
diffuser will be completely “stand alone”.
Commissioning
All the ADAPT Air terminals are supplied preset to the
so-called commissioning mode, which means that the air
diffuser is controlled by force to the max. airflow setting.
More information about the commissioning process itself
can be read in the Project Manual for the Wise system and
in the instructions for TUNE Adapt. When the ADAPT air
diffuser is in commissioning mode, the light-emitting diode
shines orange.
Steady green LED: Normal operation, the air diffuser is
operating normally.
Flashing green LED: The air diffuser has just been energised
and calibration is in progress.
Steady red LED: The voltage (24V AC) is too low
Flashing red LED: Internal sensor error
Steady orange LED: The commissioning mode, max. airflow
Flashing orange LED: Other commissioning modes and
all the forced control situations of the feed-back control
system.
D1 D0 C
24 V
9
A1 A2 1 3
Modbus
G
OUT1
G0
7
8
Figure 3. Wiring of Master/Slave air diffusers and accessories
1. ADAPT Master air diffuser
2. ADAPT Slave air diffusers
3. CONNECT Adapt, wiring terminals
4. 230-24 V AC Transformer
5. 5 m long LINK Adapt (RJ45 cable)
6. 5 m long LINK Modbus (RJ45 cable)
7. DETECT Quality (3 VA) or TUNE Temp (1 VA)
8. LUNA AT-2 Radiator control (max 3 valves at 6 VA)
9. Relay for lighting
10. Connection to main control system (Modbus RTU)
11. SPLIT Link
2
Swegon reserves the right to alter specifications.
Figure 5. Commissioning.
Maintenance
The exterior surface of the ADAPT air diffusers can be
cleaned whenever necessary using lukewarm water with
dishwashing detergent added. Normally the best method
of cleaning is vacuuming with a brush nozzle.
The duct system is accessible through the air diffuser and
the commissioning box.
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