CONTROL/SLAVE Zone Zone damper for Swegon’s WISE System for demand-controlled ventilation

CONTROL/SLAVE Zone Zone damper for Swegon’s WISE System for demand-controlled ventilation
CONTROL/SLAVE Zone
Zone damper for Swegon’s WISE System for demand-controlled ventilation
CONTROL Zone
Quick facts
►► Pressure regulation from 10-300 Pa
►► Flow measurement or flow regulation
Quick selection
Product
l/s
Min
for 7 m/s
Max
►► Optimisation of supply- and extract ducts
CONTROL Z 160
20
140
200
►► Static non-obstructed flow pressure and flow measurement
CONTROL Z 200
30
220
315
CONTROL Z 250
50
345
490
►► Slave Zone via Modbus and Super WISE
CONTROL Z 315
80
545
780
CONTROL Z 400
125
880
1260
CONTROL Z 500
195
1380
1940
►► Available in an insulated circular version
►► Available in sizes Ø160 to Ø500 mm and the most
common rectangular duct dimensions up to 1600 x
700 mm
A tolerance of 20% applies to the min. airflow.
Max. flow is specified at 10 m/s, both system and flank sound
must be taken into special consideration.
►► Enclosure Class IP 30
►► Should be installed at a distance ≥ 2 times the duct
diameter after a duct bend, T-piece or a dimensional
change.
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Contents
Quick facts.................................................................... 1
Quick selection............................................................. 1
Technical description........................................... 3
Design............................................................................ 3
Functions for zone applications....................................... 3
Materials and finish......................................................... 3
Commissioning............................................................... 3
Maintenance................................................................... 3
Declarations.................................................................... 3
Slave unit SLAVE Zone and SLAVE MSFE......................... 4
TUNE Control.................................................................. 4
Project planning – Zone applications......................... 4
Configuration examples.............................................. 4
To wire the zone dampers............................................... 7
Installation...................................................................... 8
Sizing.................................................................... 9
Circular design.............................................................. 9
Sizing diagram............................................................ 10
CONTROL Zone – Duct installation................................ 10
Rectangular design.....................................................11
Sizing diagram...............................................................11
Sound power level.........................................................11
Airflow capacity............................................................ 12
Specifications..................................................... 14
Product......................................................................... 14
Accessories................................................................... 14
Specification text.......................................................... 15
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Technical description
Design
• The CONTROL Zone dampers are available as standard
in the circular version in dimensions 160 - 500 mm.
• The rectangular variants are designed as louver dampers and are obtainable in most sizes available on the
market up to size 1600 x 700 mm.
• The circular variant is also available in an insulated
version.
• The circular sizes have a damper that can shut off the
airflow to tightness class 4; the rectangular sizes are to
tightness class 3, degree of protection IP30.
• CONTROL Zone is supplied completely mounted and
configured for the relevant function.
Figure 1. CONTROL Zone, uninsulated circular version.
Functions for zone applications
CONTROL Zone
• Pressure regulation in supply and extract air zones
respectively.
• Flow regulation of the slave unit or constant flow.
• Optimisation of zone damper position in respect to
room product damper position.
• Slave flow regulation sums up several CONTROL Zone
units via Super WISE and Modbus.
• Emergency settings open or closed via Modbus communication.
• Circuit closure via external contact function.
• Wireless hand-held terminal for making checks and
setting values.
Figure 2. CONTROL Zone, insulated version.
Materials and finish
• The sheet-metal parts are made of galvanized sheet
steel.
• All the plastic parts are completely free of PVC. PC
plastic is the main material used.
Figure 3. CONTROL Zone for rectangular ducts.
Commissioning
• CONTROL Zone is normally pre-set from the factory,
therefore no adjustment is necessary.
• Follow-up programming can be carried out using the
TUNE Control hand-held terminal, via Modbus RTU or
Super WISE
• In the systems with Super WISE, the network needed
for communication with subordinate items of equipment will be automatically identified.
Maintenance
Dirty products must be cleaned by wiping with a cloth to
remove dust. NOTE: Do not use a vacuum.
Declarations
Building material declaration is available for download
from www.swegon.com.
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Slave unit SLAVE Zone and SLAVE MSFE
• The slave unit is a flow- or optimisation regulating unit,
which is totally controlled by CONTROL Zone.
• The slave unit is only intended for extract air and is
placed in the exhaust system within the same zone.
• The airflow through the slave unit may deviate from
the airflow of the master unit by a programmable
offset-value in l/s.
• Slave unit with MSFE functionality (SLAVE MSFE) is a
separate accessory than ordinary slave damper (SLAVE
Zone).
SLAVE Zone - functions:
• Static non-clogging, airflow measurement
• Position-independent
• Shut-off-capable damper to tightness class 4, rectangular version to tightness class 3
• Insulated version (optional)
• Rectangular version as an option, rectangular dampers
should always be mounted with their shafts horizontal.
TUNE Control
TUNE Control is a hand-held terminal for CONTROL Zone.
TUNE Control is used for control and changing of regulation variables in CONTROL Zone.
The hand held terminal can be connected to the CONTROL Zone directly via radio link. It can also be connected
with a cord.
TUNE Control - functions:
• Wireless communication
• 433 MHz according to EN 300220-3
• Range ca 30 m
• Battery life (4 type LR03 batteries) approx. 2 years
Project planning – Zone applications
See separate documentation, "WISE Project Manual", available to download on www.swegon.se.
Swegon's sales team can also provide with standard zone
templates with detailed information regarding function, flow
charts and demarcation list for various contractors.
Configuration possibilities
The product can be delivered with pre-configured functionality, see table below for available variants.
Configuration Codes
P = Pressure
F = Flow
S = Supply air
E = Extract air
D = Reverse exhaust air control M = Measurement of flow only
O = Optimisation
Configuration options - functions
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.
Configuration examples
On the following pages various configuration options are
exemplified for common functional needs.
Cables:
4-wire type EKKR 1.0
Figure 4. Wire-less connection with the TUNE Control hand-held
terminal.
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Balance at room level
• The CONTROL Zone damper PE/PS (1) is used for maintaining constant pressure in both the supply air and
extract air ducts.
• Airflows and balance are controlled at room level.
• The toilet groups, if included, should be connected
directly to the pressure-controlled branch duct.
• No Modbus communication is necessary.
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1 (PE)
Balance at zone level, mixed - transfer air and
balance
• The CONTROL Zone damper PSFE (1) maintains constant
pressure in the supply air duct.
• The flow is used for slave-controlling the central SLAVE
Zone extract air damper (2).
• The CONTROL Zone damper (3) keeps the extract air
duct under constant pressure so that toilet groups (4)
and air registers in rooms with varied airflow can be
connected to the extract air duct.
• The zone damper CONTROL Zone (3) open/close their
damper blade to meet the airflow needs in the zones.
3 (PED)
2 (SLAVE)
2
1 (PS)
CONTROL Zone
5
Figure 5. Pressure control of both the supply air and extract air
ducts without slave flow.
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Balance at zone level - transfer air solution
The CONTROL Zone damper (1) maintains constant pressure in the supply air duct.
• CONTROL Zone (1) measures the total airflow in the
zone.
• The flow is used for slave-controlling the central Slave
Zone extract air damper (3).
• The constant extract airflows, if any, within the zone
are controlled by one more CONTROL Zone damper
FE (4) which in this case is used as a constant-flow
damper.
• To create balance in the zone, specify an air flow offset
which corresponds to the extracted air in the constant
air flow product. This value is set in the controller CONTROL Zone.
1 (PSFE)
Figure 8. Balance at zone level, mixed - transfer air and balance.
Pressure control of the supply air and slave flow control of the
extract air in duct system with mixed varied and constant airflow.
Balance at zone level – transfer air without pressure
control
• The zone damper CONTROL Zone MSFE (1) measures
the flow of the supply air duct.
• The flow is used to control the central extract air
damper SLAVE Zone (2).
2
4 (FE)
3
1 (MSFE)
2
1 (PSFE)
Figure 6. Balance at the zone level - transfer air solution. Pressure
control of the supply air slave flow control from the extract air.
Optimisation of the supply and extract ducts
Figure 9. Balance at the zone level - transfer air without pressure
control. Measurement of the supply air and slave flow control
from the extract air in duct systems with mixed varied airflow.
Optimisation of the supply air and balancing of
extract air
OSFE
OSOE
Figure 7. Separate optimisation of both supply and extract ducts
in regards to damper position at room products.
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Figure 10. Supply air is optimized in regards to the damper position of the room products and extract air damper is slave controlled to extract the same amount of air as is supplied through the
supply air damper. It is possible to set an air flow offset.
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Summation of the airflows within a zone
• All the zone dampers are of type CONTROL Zone.
• The supply air dampers, PS (1) maintain constant pressure.
• The DETECT Pressure sensor (2) is located 2/3 the distance out on the branch duct.
• The constant extract airflows within the zone are controlled by one more zone damper, FE (3).
• Central extract air flow, FE (4) is obtained by adding
the airflows from all the supply air dampers and subtracting the constant extract airflow. This is carried out
by Super WISE (5).
• Super WISE manages up to 10 zones. All communication between dampers and Super WISE is conveyed
with Modbus RTU.
Decentralised air handling unit
• In this solution, which is most often used in smaller
systems, the air handling unit uses sensor (5) to control
the pressure in the supply air system.
• The room regulation is managed by the ADAPT products (3) and all extract air is balanced by the air handling unit. Constant pressure (1) must therefore be
maintained in the extract air by means of CONTROL Z
PED (2) if a toilet group with constant extract airflow
(4) is to be connected.
3 (FE)
5
2 (PED)
1 (PS)
4 (FE)
1
1 (PS)
5
3
2
1 (PS)
Figure 11. Several master units for pressure control of the supply
air, slave flow regulation of the extract air via Super WISE which
sums up/subtracts the air flows.
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Figure 12. CONTROL Z PED keeps the pressure constant in the
extract air duct so that a constant airflow is always supplied to
the toilet group regardless of the total extract airflow.
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To wire the zone dampers
•
CONTROL Zone is supplied either as default or config-
ured for the correct function (see page 4 for alterna-
tive). When delivered as default the configuration is always set to PSFE.
•
When the product is supplied as the default, the damper actuator and the flow signal cables are not connected. This wiring must be done at the site according to the instructions for the function desired.
Electrical data
The particulars apply to CONTROL Zone and SLAVE Zone
only. For particulars of the connected accessories, see the
separate data for these.
Supply voltage
24 V AC ± 10 %, 50-60 Hz
Transformer sizing:
• Connect the CONTROL Zone to 24 V AC supply volt-
age and protect the circuit with a max. 6 A fuse.
• Wire all other connections to Modbus and other com-
ponents according to the wiring instructions.
CONTROL Z
12 VA
Cable rating
0.4 A
CONTROL Z and SLAVE Zone
18 VA
Cable rating
0.6 A
Built-in fuse
4A
• The controller is equipped with pluggable screw termi-
nals, which substantially simplify the installation work.
Ambient temperature:
Requirements on wire cross-sectional areas
See figure 13.
Storage
• Supply voltage with 24V AC to CONTROL Zone (1), at
max. 6 A applies to ≥ 1.0 mm2.
Inputs for
• Signal wire from Flow sensor (3) to CONTROL Zone (1)
max 30 m >= 0.75 mm2.
Accuracy
Operation
0 °C – +50 °C
Humidity
max. 90% RH, non-condensing
Range of measurement
• A 4-wire with 0.75 mm2 should be fitted between CONTROL Zone (1) and Damper actuator (2).
2-10 VDC
±0.05 V
Output for damper actuator:
Output voltage range
0-10 DC
Accuracy
±0.05 V
Network protocol
Modbus RTU
Connection, Modbus 1
RTU Slave
Connection Modbus 2 & 3.1-2
RTU Master
Transceiver
TIA/EIA-485
Standard
38,400 bps, 8, 1, None
Alternative baudrates
19200 or 9600
Alternative word length
Alternative parity
8
7
4
Pa
5
6
Extract
Pa
7 or 8
Even, odd or none
3 (G0)
2 (Y)
1 (G)
2 (Y)
1 (G)
3 (G0)
14
(3) Y
(2)G
Pa
(1)G0
Supply
(3) Y
(2)G
2
1
36
37
38
23
24
(1)G0
3 (G0)
21
16
22
26
10
1 (G)
2 (Y)
24 V
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
G0 X4 G0 X5 G0 X6 G0 X7 G0 X8 G0 X9 G G0 G G0 Y Y G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G
10V
X11
X12
X13
X14
Sw
SA
EA
Pa
°C Pwr Pwr
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Wiring diagram:
1. CONTROL Zone
2. Damper actuator
3. Flow sensor
4. Transformer with
supply voltage 24 V AC
5. SLAVE Zone, damper actuator
6. SLAVE Zone, flow sensor
7. Pressure sensor DETECT Pressure
8. Potential-free switch for forced closing of the damper
Figure 13. Wiring diagram
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Installation
• Circular version of CONTROL Zone can be installed in any position in temperate spaces.
•
Rectangular version of CONTROL Zone shall always be installed with the damper axis in horizontal posi-
tion. The B-measurement is showing the horizontal position of the damper blade axis.
• CONTROL Zone has digital flow measurement that is position independent.
• In ducts that must be regularly cleaned, connect the CONTROL Zone to the duct system by means of an FSR clamp.
• CONTROL Zone should always be installed with a lengths of straight duct, see the figures.
Figure 16. Requirement for lengths of straight duct in a rectangular design upstream of the unit, A > 2 x B. If extract air is
combined with attenuator the length of straight duct is dependent on attenuator design, required length of straight duct is then
the biggest attentuator design thickness x 3.
Min 500 mm
Figure 14. Installing with a clamp (2), if a sound absorber (4)
with centre baffle is used, it should be installed with a length of
straight duct (3) that is 2xØD of the CONTROL Zone (1).
Min 100 mm
Figure 17. Installation space requirements.
Figure 15. Requirement on a length of straight duct in front of
the unit.
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Sizing
Circular design
Airflow capacity
• The airflow capacity of the product is important for planning if airflow measurement is included in the product.
• Recommended maximum airflow is given at a pressure drop of 1 Pa/m in the duct.
• The black scale represents recommended working range between min and max flow.
500
400
315
250
200
160
30
40
100
50
100
200
300
200
400
• By correcting LWtot with the correction factors specified below, the sound power levels can be obtained for each octave band (LW = LWtot + Kok).
Correction factor Kok , circular version
Size
2000
1000
Sound power level
• The diagrams for the various sizes show the total gen-
erated sound power (LWtot dB), as a function of the airflow and pressure drop across the damper.
63
125
250
500
1000
3000
2000
5000
3000 l/s
1000
Transmitted sound
• Calculate the transmitted sound from CONTROL Zone according to the formula: LWut = LWkanal + Ktrans
• The data refers to an uninsulated CONTROL Zone and is related to the duct length of the damper.
Correction factor Ktrans refers to uninsulated CONTROL Z
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
CONTROL Z
1000
500
300
500
Size
2000
4000
8000
CONTROL Z
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
160
0
-5
-10
-17
-19
-24
-30
-39
160
-7
-11
-9
-7
-4
-2
-1
-2
200
0
-4
-10
-16
-17
-22
-29
-39
200
-8
-12
-10
-8
-5
-3
-2
-3
250
0
-5
-9
-13
-17
-21
-27
-37
250
-9
-13
-11
-9
-6
-4
-3
-4
315
0
-5
-9
-11
-14
-19
-26
-36
315
-10
-14
-12
-10
-7
-5
-4
-5
400
0
-6
-8
-11
-13
-17
-25
-32
400
-11
-15
-13
-11
-8
-6
-5
-6
500
0
-5
-7
-12
-13
-17
-26
-36
500
-12
-16
-15
-12
-9
-7
-6
-7
Tol. ±
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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Sizing diagram
CONTROL Zone – Duct installation
Airflow - Pressure drop - Sound level
• Data applies to sound generation in the duct
• The flow range of CONTROL Zone is specified in the
quick selection table.
• Specified sound levels, LWtot 50, 55, 60, 65 and 70 dB
for lines shown in the diagram.
L Wtot 70dB
65
ps Pa
1000
60
500
400
300
ps Pa
L Wtot70 dB
65
500
400
60
300
10
0%
55
200
55
200
50
50
100
100
50
40
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
30
40
30
50
40
50
100
100
200
300
200
300 l/s 400
1000 m3/h
400 500
20
%
L Wtot 70dB
65
1000
60
500
400
50
40
30
30
20
20
50
40
50
100
100
200
300
200
400 500
300
400 500
1000
l/s
1000
10
20
30
2000 m /h
40
100
20
%
L Wtot 70dB
1000
50
60
55
10
0%
50
40
30
20
20
10
100
300
300
400 500
1000
2000
1000
2000
1000
l/s
2000
3000 40005000 m3/h
65
400 500
200
300
1000
400 500
2000
1000
3000 4000 5000
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2000 l/s 3000
3
m /h
55
50
100
30
200
200
400 500
60
200
50
50
300
ps Pa
300
40
1000
L Wtot70 dB
50
40
10
30
l/s
2000 m3/h
L Wtot 70dB
100
200
500
400
300
100
400 500
55
65
200
300
1000
CONTROL Z 500
ps Pa
500
400
200
400 500
60
3
CONTROL Z 400
1000
300
65
10
0%
50
40
40
100
200
50
100
30
50
200
100
20
40
ps Pa
300
50
10
10
30
100
500
400
55
200
50
CONTROL Z 315
ps Pa
300
20
40
CONTROL Z 250
1000
10
10
10
0%
20
20
10
0%
5
20
%
4
20
%
10
10
0%
20
%
1000
20
%
CONTROL Z 200
CONTROL Z 160
10
100
300
400 500
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Rectangular design
Sound power level
Sizing diagram
Velocity - Pressure drop - Sound level
•Data applies to sound generation in the duct
•Minimum flow applies at 1,0 m/s in the duct
•Calculate the face velocity across the damper and read the sound data and pressure drop at an appropriate damper position.
•100% the damper is fully open.
∆Ps
Pa
500
200
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
• The diagrams show the total sound power (LWtot dB), as a function of velocity and pressure drop across the damper.
• By correcting LWtot with the correction factors from tables below, the sound power level can be obtained for each octave band (LW = LWtot + Kok + Kk).
Correction factor Kok for rectangular CONTROL Zone
Size
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
CONTROL Z
63
125
250
500
1000
1000
4000
8000
All
-1
-5
-7
-8
-13
-22
-31
-30
Tol. ±
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
70
80%
60
50
90%
20
100%
50
Correction factor Kk for the damper’s face area m2
Surface m2
0.1
Kk
-3
0.15 0.25
-2
0
0.4
0.6
1.0
1.6
2.5
2
4
6
8
10
10
40
5
1
2
3
4
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Airflow capacity
The airflow capacity of the product is important for planning if airflow measurement is included in the product.
The normal working range in the duct is between 1.0 - 7.0 m/s.
Size
BxH
Area
m2
min q
l/s
ca 7 m/s
l/s
ca 10 m/s
l/s
Size
BxH
Area
m2
min q
l/s
ca 7 m/s
l/s
ca 10 m/s
l/s
200 x 200
0,04
40
280
400
500 x 500
0,25
250
1 750
2 500
300 x 200
0,06
60
420
600
600 x 500
0,30
300
2 100
3 000
400 x 200
0,08
80
560
800
700 x 500
0,35
350
2 400
3 500
500 x 200
0,10
100
700
1 000
800 x 500
0,40
400
2 800
4 000
600 x 200
0,12
120
840
1 200
1000 x 500
0,50
500
3 500
5 000
700 x 200
0,14
140
980
1 400
1200 x 500
0,60
600
4 200
6 000
800 x 200
0,16
160
1 120
1 600
1400 x 500
0,70
700
4 900
7 000
1000 x 200
0,20
200
1 400
2 000
1600 x 500
0,80
800
5 600
8 000
300 x 300
0,09
90
630
900
600 x 600
0,36
360
2 520
3 600
400 x 300
0,12
120
840
1 200
700 x 600
0,42
420
2 940
4 200
500 x 300
0,15
150
1 050
1 500
800 x 600
0,48
480
3 360
4 800
600 x 300
0,18
180
1 260
1 800
1000 x 600
0,60
600
4 200
6 000
700 x 300
0,21
210
1 470
2 100
1200 x 600
0,72
720
5 040
7 200
800 x 300
0,24
240
1 680
2 400
1400 x 600
0,84
840
5 880
8 400
1000 x 300
0,30
300
2 100
3 000
1600 x 600
0,96
960
6 720
9 600
400 x 400
0,16
160
1 120
1 600
700 x 700
0,49
490
3430
4 900
500 x 400
0,20
200
1 400
2 000
800 x 700
0,56
560
3 920
5 600
600 x 400
0,24
240
1 680
2 400
1000 x 700
0,70
700
4 900
7 000
700 x 400
0,28
280
1 960
2 800
1200 x 700
0,84
840
5 880
8 400
800 x 400
0,32
320
2 240
3 200
1400 x 700
0,98
980
6 860
9 800
1000 x 400
0,40
400
2 800
4 000
1600 x 700
1,12
1 120
7 840
11 200
A tolerance of ± 20 % applies to the min. airflow.
1200 x 400
0,48
480
3 360
4 800
1400 x 400
0,56
560
3 920
5 600
1600 x 400
0,64
640
4 480
6 400
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Dimensions and Weights
CONTROL/SLAVE Zone/MSFE – circular, uninsulated
Dimensions (mm)
Size
CONTROL / SLAVE Zone / MSFE – rectangular
Weight
ØD
A
C
E1/E2
F
G
(kg)
160
159
472
45
70
85
70
3,1
200
199
472
45
70
85
70
3,6
250
249
522
45
70
85
70
4,0
315
314
552
45
70
85
70
4,9
400
399
695
60
70
85
70
6,2
500
499
825
60
70
85
70
9,2
Dimensions (mm)
R
S
T
U
Weight
(kg)
470
20
67
63
–
Size
B x H*)
*)
Refer to the product size, width x height in millimetres. For
standard sizes, see table for airflow capacity on previous page.
T
S
S
C
C
U
S
C
R
C
S
E1
E2
Figure 18. CONTROL / SLAVE Zone / MSFE, uninsulated version.
R
CONTROL / SLAVE Zone / MSFE – circular, insulated
Size
160
Dimensions (mm)
ØD
A
J
K
L
M
N
159
472
285
212
401 55 65
P
Q
64 20
Weight
(kg)
6,2
200 199
472
335 252
401 35 65
64
–
7,9
250 259
522
395 302
451 10 65
64
–
11,2
315
572
465 367 481
0
65
64
–
11,2
400 399 695
553 459
595
0
65
64
–
13,3
500 499
653 563 723
0
65
64
–
16,9
314
825
Figure 20. CONTROL / SLAVE Zone / MSFE,
rectangular version with.
TUNE Control – hand held terminal
Dimensions (mm)
X
Y
Z
100
86
26
Weight (g)
–
Y
Z
M
K
X
J
N
Q
K
J
Figure 21. Hand held terminal, TUNE Control.
P
Figure 19. CONTROL / SLAVE Zone / MSFE, insulated version.
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CONTROL Zone
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G
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Specifications
Accessories
Product
• Size of circular products are listed in the dimension tables Ø D (mm) on previous page.
•
Size of rectangular products are specified in width x height, B x H (mm). NOTE: The B-dimension always corresponds to the horizontal direction of the damper blade shaft. For standard dimensions of rec-
tangular products, see sizes in the airflow capacity table on page 12. Rectangular dimensions outside of those are ordered by special order.
•
The product can be supplied with pre-configured functionality (CONTROL Zone Config) with following options PS, PE, PSFE, SP, FE, PED, MSFE, OS, OE, OSOE and OSFE. For detailed explanation of the deliverable configuration variants, see table on page 4.
• If the pre-configuration is ordered, following must be specified when ordering:
- Configuration code
- Constant pressure (Pa)
- Airflow
- Slave flow deviation in l / s
- System; Super WISE or BMS
- Communication settings for BMS (if selected)
- Any desired mark-up of the product
SLAVE Zone – Circular
Circular slave damper
SLAVE Z a
Version:
Size: 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
Design type: N = uninsulated / IR = insulated
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-b/-bb
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-b/-bb
SLAVE MSFE – Circular
Circular slave damper
SLAVE MSFE a
Version:
Size: 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
Design type: N = uninsulated / IR = insulated
SLAVE Zone – Rectangular
• The product can also be supplied with default settings without pre-configuration (CONTROL Zone default).
• Standard and default configured products are set to PSFE functionality.
• When using OS, OE, OSOE, OSFE the pressure sensor
is not used.
Rectangular slave damper
SLAVE Z a
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Version:
Size *) / **): Specify B x H according to standard dimensions
in the airflow capacity table on page 12.
SLAVE MSFE – Rectangular
Rectangular slave damper
Version:
SLAVE MSFE
a
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Size *) / **) : Specify B x H according to standard dimensions in
the airflow capacity table on page 12.
TUNE Control
CONTROL Zone – Circular
Circular zone damper
CONTROL Z a
Version:
Size: 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
Design type: N = uninsulated / IR = insulated
• Accessories specific to zone products are ordered
according to tables below.
• For other available accessories, see the list at the very
bottom of the page bottom.
• Note that the slave damper for MSFE functionality
(SLAVE MSFE), is a separate accessory, compared to the
ordinary slave damper (SLAVE Zone).
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-b/-bb
CONTROL Zone – Rectangular
Rectangular zone damper
CONTROL Z a
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Version:
Size *) / **): Specify B x H according to standard dimensions
in the airflow capacity table on page 12.
Hand held unit
TUNE C
a
Version:
Other accessories
• Accessories are shown in separate product sheets,
available for download on www.swegon.se.
DETECT Pressure
Pressure sensor for installation in duct
FSR
Clamp, in order to facilitate installation
and dismantling
POWER Adapt
Transformer 230-24 V AC
*) Rectangular dampers should always be installed with the
damper blade shafts in a horizontal position. The B - dimension
is always the horizontal position for the damper blade.
**) Other rectangular dimensions than those included in the
table are ordered by special order.
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Specification text
Swegon’s electronic zone controller included in the WISE
System with the following functions:
• Constant pressure regulation/flow regulation/optimisation
• Non-clogging, position-independent airflow measurement
• Shut-off-capable damper to tightness class 4 (rectangular version to class 3)
• Insulated version (optional)
• Slave Zone of the corresponding extract air unit
• Modbus RTU-communication (RS-485)
Accessories:
DETECT P
xx items
Slave damper
SLAVE Z
xx items
Clamp
FSR
xx items
Hand-held terminal
TUNE C
xx items
Transformer
POWER Adapt
xx items
CONTROL Zone
Pressure sensor
Specify the following: Function according to the code, pressure maintained constant, airflow and marking.
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