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NESTOR Web Page Manual
NESTOR software version 1.2
1. GENERAL
NESTOR has a built-in web server that enables you to
monitor or enter and change the settings in the system.
Access to this server requires a web browser with support
for SUN Java and that JRE Version 6 Runtime Environment
(or a later version) is installed on the computer. The most
recent version of the SUN Java software can be downloaded
from www.java.com.
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MODULAR 8/8 RJ45
ETHERNET  LAN (switch)
2. CONNECTIONS
The computer and NESTOR can be connected to one
another in two different ways: by means of a crossover
cable or with a network hub (HUB, switch or router).
The determining factor as to whether or not a network
hub should be used could, for instance, be the number
units that are to be connected together. Two units can be
connected together without any network hub.
One example of two units connected together is when a
computer and NESTOR are connected together. Two or
more units can be connected together with a network hub.
The NESTOR unit’s network connection is located on the
control unit in the NESTOR cubicle and is shown encircled
in Figure 1.
ETHERNET
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COM1 COM2 COM3
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Figure 1: Ethernet connection, NESTOR
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2.1 Connection between two units
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Connection of one or more NESTOR units to a computer
is done with a crosslinked CAT5 cable with RJ45 connectors, see figure 2. Connecting through a network and
hubs, switches or routers should be done with a straight
CAT5 cable with RJ45 connectors, see figure 3. The cable
should be of twisted-pair type, and can be shielded or
unshielded.
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Figure 2: Connection between two units, crossover cable.
2.2 Connection between two or more units
A straight (not cross-connected) CAT5 cable with RJ45
connectors, see Fig. 3, should be used for the connection
between NESTOR, Super WISE and GOLD air handling unit
and computer/network. The cable should be of twistedpair type, and can be shielded or unshielded.
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Network hub
NESTOR
Computer
GOLD
Super WISE
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Figure 3. Connection between two or more units, network hub.
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3. NESTOR SETTINGS
On delivery, the control unit has a static IP address set
to 10.200.1.1. To assign the control unit another static
address, activate the DHCP, change the Subnet mask or
do the following to change the Gateway:
Use the Golden Gate Config program which can be downloaded from www.swegon.com. Connect the NESTOR to
the network. Start Golden Gate Config. Select Golden
Gate Ethernet and press OK. See Figure 4.
Golden Gate Config now searches through the network
to find all the units that are supported by Golden Gate
Config. NESTOR with IP. number 10.200.1.1 can be found
on line three in the list in Figure 5.
Figure 4. Selections in Golden Gate Config.
172.16.2.73
255.255.255.252.0 172.16.1.2
Off
0.33.3
Super WISE
00-23-38-00-03-1F
10.8.0.98
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Off
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Super WISE
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10.200.1.1
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NESTOR
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10.8.0.58
255.255.255.252.010.8.0.1
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GoldenGate
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Figure 5. Discovered units in the network.
Double click on the line that shows the NESTOR to be
configured and a new window will open where the unit
can be configured. See Figure 6.
1.If the DHCP is set to ON, the NESTOR automatically
obtains an IP address/subnet mask/Gateway and DNS
from the network server. If the DHCP is set to OFF, the
IP address/subnet mask/Gateway and DNS must be set
manually in the dialogue box. It is recommended that
static IP addresses are used.
2.IP address: Change or check the IP address here.
3.Subnet mask: Change or check the subnet mask here.
Keep in mind to select an IP address and a subnet mask
that are in agreement.
4.Default gateway: Change or check the Gateway here.
5.A password must be filled in before the changes will
begin to apply. The password for the first found user
profile with administrator privileges shall be used. The
default password is admin. The Change password function does not work in NESTOR.
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Figure 6: IP address settings.
Now click Set.
The NESTOR network configuration is now completed. To
check that the changes have been implemented, carry out
a new search by pressing Scan.
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3.1 Settings via Modbus EIA485
All settings are accessible via Modbus communication and
the COM4 connection. For further details, see the Excel
document - NESTOR_Modbus_list.
N.B.! For configuration and settings of any underlying
product (e.g. Super WISE, GOLD), see each specific product
documentation.
4. LOG IN
Sun Java must be installed and activated. Sun Java can be
activated at various places depending on the operative
system and web browser in use. Contact local computer
support group for help.
Start the web browser and enter the IP address for the
NESTOR (Factory setting http://10.200.1.1). Enter your user
name and password when the log in dialogue box opens.
See Figure 7.
The appropriate authorisation, reader, writer, service and
admin status are allocated depending on user name and
password.
Enter the following the first time you log in:
User name = admin
Password = admin
N.B.! When changing the password, the new password
must not consist of more than 15 characters.
Select the appropriate language to be used in the web
interface. Press the button by the appropriate language to
choose. See Figure 8.
Figure 7: Logging in
Figure 8: Choice of language
5. USER LEVELS
The web page is divided into four authorisation levels to
prevent unauthorised persons from accessing and changing
sensitive parameters.
At the Reader level, all the tabs except the Configuration
tab are accessible. At this level, it is only possible to view
certain values. Nothing can be changed and the alarm list
cannot be reset.
At the next level, the Writer level, it is possible to change
all settings, except those on the Configuration tab that are
still inaccessible. It is NOT possible to reset the Alarm list.
The Service level, has the same permissions as the Writer level.
The Admin level, gives full access to change all settings.
The Configuration tab is fully accessible and it is possible
to reset the Alarm list.
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Figure 10: Home page
6. WEB PAGE
6.1 Home
There is a status list at the bottom of each page showing:
• Thesystemoutdoortemperature
• Thesupplywatertemperature
• Coolingdemandstatus(bluefordemand,greyforno
demand)
• Heating demand status (red for demand, grey for no
demand)
• CurrentmodeoftheSwegonChiller/Heatpump(greyfor
stop, flashing red for heating, flashing blue for cooling)
• Operationmode(Nooccupancy/Occupancy/Yearchannel)
• Number of active alarms
The various tabs in the NESTOR web interface are
described on the following pages.
There are six main pages: Home, System Status, System
Overview, Functions, Alarm and Configuration.
When entering the NESTOR web page, after selecting the
preferred language, the home page is displayed. The pictures and text shown on the home page can be changed
by clicking on the “Edit” button.
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Figure 11: System Status
6.2 System Status
The system status page includes a short summary of the
most important CMS system parameters:
• Number of active alarms
• Outdoor temperature
• Operation mode (No occupancy/Occupancy)
• Actual cooling demand
• Current cooling supply set point
• Actual heating demand
• Current heating supply set point
• Current total system supply airflow
• Current total system extract airflow
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Figure 12: System Overview
6.3 System Overview
A schematic picture of all NESTOR connected products is
shown in the system overview. Any names given to units on
the configuration page will be displayed here. Two types of
status symbols can appear on each connected unit.
• A yellow symbol indicates that communication to this
particular unit is lost.
• A red symbol indicates that there is at least one active
alarm on the particular unit.
Note that an alarm symbol on a Super Wise indicates
either an internal Super Wise alarm or an alarm in any of
its underlying products.
Click on the products to open up their own web page.
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Figure 13. Functions; Temperature control
6.4 Functions
All NESTOR functionality settings are collected on this tab. It
includes four sub-pages: Temperature Control, Temperature
Set Points, Operation Mode and Time Controlled Output.
The first one opens when accessing the Functions tab.
6.4.1 Temperature Control
The Temperature Control page mainly contains parameters
for the control of a Swegon Chiller/Heat pump.
Only the relevant parameters and values are shown. If, for
example, a Swegon Chiller that produces only cooling is present, no settings and values concerning heating are displayed.
All values that can be displayed on this page are described
in Table 1 in Appendix A.
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Figure 14. Functions; Temperature Set Points
6.4.2 Temperature Set Points
The page contains parameters for the optimisation of
cooling and heating set points. The System Configuration parameters are common for the whole system. The
“GOLDx Configuration” parameters are individual for
each GOLD unit. Select the GOLD to be configured in the
drop down list.
Configuration for external demand where set points are
set for each respective parameter.
See Table 2 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 15. Operation Mode
6.4.3 Times/Operation
The Operation Mode page is accessed from the Functions
section. The user selects the required operation mode
function and sets the time channels (weekly or yearly)
and/or digital input 1 to trigger occupancy mode.
See Table 3 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 16. Time Controlled Output
6.4.4 Time Controlled Output
The Time Controlled Output page is accessed from the
Functions section. The user selects the time channels
(weekly or yearly) to set digital output 3.
See Table 4 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 17. Alarm List
6.5 Alarms
6.5.1 Alarm List
The alarm list displays the 200 most recent alarms in the
system. The list can be sorted by any of its columns, and
the recovered alarms can be hidden.
The refresh button can be used if the user has administrator
privileges. This will remove all posts and forces NESTOR to
read the alarm status from all products once again. Note that
no alarms are cleared in the underlying products.
Recovered alarms will not reappear in the list, except for
the zone and room controllers, which are stored in Super
WISE. NESTOR will find the recovered alarm posts and
re-display them in the list.
See Table 5 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 18. Digital output
6.5.2 Digital Output
The Digital Output page contains settings to use on digital
output 4, to indicate an active alarm. The user selects the
alarm priority for each device type classification which
should set the digital output. Priority “None”, “A” or “A
and B” can be selected individually for each device class.
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Figure 19. NESTOR configuration
6.6 Configuration
System configurations are entered in this section and its
sub pages.
6.6.1 NESTOR
TCP/IP settings for NESTOR are entered here. If a DHCP
server is accessible, it is recommendable to use this server
in order to avoid IP conflicts.
Static IP means that the NESTOR obtains a permanent IP
address, which the user must specify. This works well for
small networks, however in other cases IP addresses should
be selected with great care so the selected IP address does
not end up in conflict with another IP address.
A DNS checks whether the IP address is represented by
some name. One example is the IP address 62.119.110.110,
which obtains the name: swegon.com by a DNS. The MAC
address is the unique hardware address allocated to the
network card when the card is produced. This address can
never be changed and is always unique. For information
about which IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS is
appropriate to use, contact the network manager.
It is possible to reset the software from this page. This
means that all functions restored to the factory settings. It
is also possible to reboot the NESTOR from this page.
See Table 6 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 20. System Product Connection
6.6.2 System product connection
Connection of devices (GOLD, Super WISE and Swegon
Chiller/Heat pump, External sources) are made on this page.
See Table 7 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 21. System Product Config
6.6.3 System Product Config
Configurations for connected GOLD units are made on
this page.
See Table 8 in Appendix A for more information.
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Figure 22. E-mail settings
6.6.4 E-mail settings
E-mail settings for alarm notifications are defined on this
page. If NESTOR is to manage the e-mail, fill in the SMTP
server. This address can be a domain name or an IP address.
The e-mail reply-path can be the same as the sender address,
if the NESTOR has a unique e-mail address of its own.
It is often appropriate to enter the address to the person
who is responsible for the NESTOR in both e-mail address
boxes.
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Figure 23. User settings
6.6.5 Users
Includes settings for different user access privileges, and
configurations of alarm notifications by e-mail for each
user.
Users can be managed on this tab. It is possible to specify
who has access to web pages, as well as how and who to
inform when alarms are generated.
Set the priority (None, A or A and B) for each device type
that should generate an alarm e-mail. This is configured
according to Fig. 24.
It is possible to enter a password for each user here. The
passwords and user names must not contain any special
characters.
The initial setting for the various user passwords:
User
Password
reader
reader
writer
writer
service
service
admin
admin
Figure 24. User settings
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Fig. 25: Software Update
6.6.6 SW Update
On the software update page, the user can see which
software version the NESTOR contains. If a memory card
that contains a newer software version is inserted into the
memory card reader, the system will indicate on the status
line that an update is available. When an update is available,
the user can update NESTOR by pressing on Start upgrading.
The power supply must not be broken during the
software update process.
Fig. 26: MMC
6.6.7 MMC
If a memory card is inserted, the user can open or fetch
files from the memory card to a local computer, on the
memory card page. Manuals, etc. can be stored on the
memory card so that they are always available.
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NESTOR APPENDIX A
Table 1: Temperature Control
Signal text
Description
Default Min
Max
Device
Configurations
Cooling activation delay
Delay time for each GOLD to switch between cooling demand and no cooling demand. Increase this time 5
if the system cooling demand appear and disappear too often.
0
1000
minute
Heating activation delay
Delay time for each GOLD to switch between heating demand and no heating demand. Increase this
time if the system heating demand appear and disappear too often.
5
0
1000
minute
Prioritise cooling at outdoor temp higher than
On a simultaneous cooling and heating demand, the unit will produce heating if the system outdoor
temperature is lower than this value. Otherwise it will produce cooling. This is only applicable when
using a Swegon Reversible Chiller. To always prioritise heating, set this value to 80 °C. To always prioritise cooling, set this value to -40 °C.
10
-40
80
°C
Min days between mode
switches
Minimum number of days between switching from heat to cooling energy production and vice versa.
This is only applicable when using a Swegon Reversible Chiller.
If switching is allowed under all circumstances, set this value to 0.
0
0
365
day
Min hours between mode
switches
Minimum number of hours between switching from heat to cooling energy production and vice versa.
This is only applicable when using a Swegon Reversible Chiller.
If switching is allowed under all circumstances, set this value to 0.
6
0
24
hour
Prioritised mode of heating or cooling regarding minimum switch time.
0
0
1
-
The minimum time between switching from heating to cooling and switching from cooling to heating,
if the "Prioritised mode" is "Heating". Otherwise, minimum time between switching in the other way.
This value replaces the value of "Min days between mode switches" and "Min hours between mode
switches" in the direction given by "Prioritised mode".
1
0
256
hour
Heat limit detection
Activation and type selection of Heat limitation.
0
None: No Heat limitation. Outdoor temp.: Heat limitation activated when the outdoor temperature is lower
than the "Outdoor temperature heat limit". Heat limitation is deactivated when the outdoor temperature has
increased by 3 Kelvin. Supply flow temp.: Heat limitation is activated when the supply water temperature is
more than "Heat limit hysteresis" below the heating set point for more than "Heat limit Delay" minutes. Heat
limitation is deactivated in one of two ways, Alt. 1) When the Swegon Heat pump/Reversible unit is active and
the supply flow temperature is less than "Heat limit hysteresis " below the heating set point for more than the
Heat limit activation time in minutes. Alt. 2) When the Swegon Heat pump/Reversible unit is not active and
the outdoor temperature has increased by more than 3 Kelvin since entering the Heat limitation mode. This is
only applicable when using a Swegon Chiller of Heat Pump type or Reversible.
0
2
-
Heat limit action
Action to take when Heat limitation is active.
None: The Swegon Heat pump/Reversible unit and the external heating are turned off.
Switch: The Swegon Heat pump/Reversible unit is turned off and the external heating is activated.
Both: Swegon Heat pump/Reversible unit continues to be activated and external heat is activated.
This is only applicable when using a Swegon Chiller of Heat Pump type or Reversible.
0
0
2
-
Outdoor temperature
heat limit
Heat limitation activation level when the Heat limit activation type is Outdoor temp.. See also description
of parameter "Heat limit detection".
-5
-20
80
°C
K
Heat limit hysteresis
See description of parameter Heat limit activation, type Supply flow temp..
3
0
10
Heat Limit Delay
See description of parameter Heat limit activation, type Supply flow temp..
10
0
10000 minute
System outdoor temperature collected from
The GOLD unit to collect the system outdoor temperature from. If "GOLD 1"-"GOLD 8" is selected,
NESTOR collects the external outdoor temperature in that GOLD unit. If "None" is selected, no common
outdoor temperature is used and the system outdoor temperature is selected from the first found reliable
internal outdoor sensor in any GOLD unit.
1
0
8
-
Aqualink Activation
Activation of AQUA Link function. Only relevant when the Swegon Chiller/Heat pump type is Chiller or
Heat pump (not reversible).
0
0
1
-
0 (NO)
Aqualink alarm input
Select if a closed input (NO) or open (NC) shall generate the AQUA Link alarm
0
1
-
External cooling
demand function
Function selection for external cooling demand.
0
Economy: The total system cooling set point should always be set to the same setting as that of the GOLD
system as long as there is a cooling demand in the GOLD system, regardless of the external cooling demand
set point. If there is only external cooling demand, this cooling set point is used as the system set point.
Comfort: When there is a cooling demand both in the GOLD system and externally, the lowest of these
cooling set points is used as the system set point. If there is only external cooling demand at one location,
this relevant cooling set point is used as the system set point.
0
1
-
External heating
demand function
Function selection for external heating demand.
Economy: The total system heating set point should always be set to the same setting as that of the
GOLD system as long as there is a heating demand in the GOLD system, regardless of the external
heating demand set point. If there is only external heating demand, this heating set point is used as the
system set point. Comfort: When there is a heating demand both in the GOLD system and externally,
the highest of these heating set points is used as the system set point. If there is only external heating
demand at one location, this relevant heating set point is used as the system set point.
0
1
-
Ext. cooling demand input
Select whether a closed input (NO) or an open one (NC) shall indicate an external cooling demand.
0
0
1
-
Ext. heating demand input Select whether a closed input (NO) or an open one (NC) shall indicate an external heating demand.
0
0
1
-
0
Readings
Cooling supply set point
The current total system cooling set point. The value sent to the Chiller/Reversible Chiller.
-
-20
80
°C
Heating supply set point
The current total system heating set point. The value sent to the Heat pump/Reversible Chiller.
-
10
80
°C
System cooling demand
Indicates if there is a cooling demand or not in the system
-
0
1
-
System heating demand
Indicates if there is a heating demand or not in the system
-
0
1
-
Supply flow water temp:
The temperature of the supply water from the Swegon Chiller/Heat pump
-
-20
80
°C
Return water temp.
The temperature of the return water to the Swegon Chiller/Heat pump
-
-20
80
°C
°C
Outdoor temperature
The system outdoor temperature
-
-50
80
Time since last switch
Time since the most recent switch between cooling energy and heat production. Only relevant if a Reversible
Chiller is used.
-
0
32767 minute
Current water type
Current water type in the system (hot or cold). Only relevant if a Reversible Chiller is used.
-
0
1
-
Table 1: Temperature Control
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Prioritised mode
Min hour to force prioritised mode
NESTOR APPENDIX A
Table 2: Temperature Set Points
Signal text
Description
Default Min
Max
Device
Common/Global Configurations
Optimisation
Heating diff.
The allowed difference between the set point and the reference water temperature. If the reference water
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temperature is between the set point value and the set point minus this value, optimisation is allowed. The
value should normally have the same value as the heating diff. in the Swegon Heat pump/Reversible Chiller.
Tuning tip: If the reference water temperature goes below "the set point minus the diff" in each cycle
before the compressor(s) is started, the diff can be increased by the same amount that the temperature goes
below that limit. This will allow a little more optimisation and result in a higher temperature set point. This in
turn results in better heating comfort.
NOTE! The heating diff in NESTOR, and NOT in the Swegon Heat pump/Reversible Chiller, shall be
increased. The parameter is only relevant when using a Heat pump or Reversible Chiller.
0
10
K
Optimisation
Cooling Diff.
The allowed difference between the set point and the reference water temperature. If the reference water
temperature is between the set point value and the set point plus this value, optimisation is allowed. The
value should normally have the same value as the cooling diff. in the Swegon Chiller/Reversible Chiller.
Tuning tip: If the reference water temperature goes above "the set point plus the diff" in each cycle before
the compressor(s) is started, the diff can be increased by the same amount that the temperature goes above
that limit. This will allow a little more optimisation and result in a lower temperature set point. This in turn
results in better heating comfort.
NOTE! The cooling diff in NESTOR, and NOT in the Swegon Chiller/Reversible Chiller, shall be increased. The
parameter is only relevant when using a Chiller or Reversible Chiller.
2
0
10
K
Optimisation: Heating
set point increase
speed (K/min)
The speed at which the heating set point increases when optimisation is allowed, the delay time has elapsed
and the valve is too open.
Tuning tip: Increase this value if the heating power consumption varies often and the hot water temperature
is sometimes too low. Decrease the value if the set point is periodically increasing and decreasing, and the
tuning tip for the valve limits have already been performed without result.
0,5
0,01
10
K/
minute
Optimisation: Heating The speed at which the heating set point decreases when optimisation is allowed, the delay time has elapsed
set point decrease
and the valve is too closed.
speed (K/min)
Tuning tip: Increase this value if the heating power consumption varies often and the hot water temperature
is sometimes too high. Decrease the value if the set point is periodically increasing and decreasing, and the
tuning tip for the valve limits have already been performed without result.
0,25
0,01
10
K/
minute
Optimisation: Cooling
set point increase
speed
(K/min)
The speed at which the cooling set point increases when optimisation is allowed, the delay time has elapsed
and the valve is too closed. Tuning tip: Increase this value if the cooling power consumption varies often and
the cold water temperature is sometimes too low. Decrease the value if the set point is periodically increasing
and decreasing, and the tuning tip for the valve limits have already been performed without result.
0,25
0,01
10
K/
minute
Optimisation: Cooling
set point decrease
speed
(K/min)
The speed at which the cooling set point decreases when optimisation is allowed, the delay time has elapsed
and the valve is too open. Tuning tip: Increase this value if the cooling power consumption varies often and
the cold water temperature is sometimes too high. Decrease the value if the set point is periodically increasing
and decreasing, and the tuning tip for the valve limits have already been performed without result.
0,5
0,01
10
K/
minute
Optimisation: Valve
upper limit
The upper limit of the target zone for the valve position.
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Tuning tip: Set the gap between upper and lower valve limits to a slightly greater difference than the difference
between the lowest and highest valve positions within a heating or cooling production cycle (from the compressor(s)
being activated, until it is activated the next time). To save more energy, increase this upper limit. If a heating or cooling consumer does not get hot or cold enough water during some part of the cycle, decrease this upper limit.
20
100
%
Optimisation: Valve
lower limit
The lower limit of the target zone for the valve position.
Tuning tip: Set the gap between upper and lower valve limits to a slightly greater difference than that between
the lowest and highest valve positions within a heating or cooling production cycle (from the compressor(s) being
activated, until it is activated the next time). To save even more energy, increase this upper limit. If a heating or
cooling consumer does not get hot or cold enough water during some part of the cycle, decrease this lower limit.
50
10
95
%
Optimisation: Delay
Delay time that must elapse before optimisation is allowed, when the reference water temperature "enters”
the zone between the set point and the set point minus (plus for cooling) diff value. Tuning tip: If a cooling
and heating production cycle is very short, this value can be decreased to allow optimisation before it is to late
i.e. before the reference temperature leaves the zone between set point and set point minus (plus for cooling)
diff. For systems with large volume (accumulator tanks) the value should be increased to achieve more stable set
point optimisation. Decreasing the delay time can to some extent be compared to increasing the heating and
cooling set point rates of change. Increasing the delay time can in turn be compared to decreasing the same.
1
0
60
minute
Heating supply set
point
If optimisation is not activated for a particular GOLD unit, this value is used as the heating set point for that GOLD.
If optimisation is activated, this value is the starting value for the optimised set point. When changing this value, the
optimisation result (for the particular GOLD unit) is immediately updated to the new value for this parameter. Tuning
tip: When starting up, set this value to what is believed to be a good hot water temperature for the moment.
35
5
60
°C
Cooling supply set
point
If optimisation is not activated for a particular GOLD unit, this value is used as the cooling set point for that GOLD.
If optimisation is activated, this value is the starting value for the optimised set point. When changing this value, the
optimisation result (for the particular GOLD unit) is immediately updated to the new value for this parameter. Tuning
tip: When starting up, set this value to what is believed to be a good cold water temperature for the moment.
15
-5
25
°C
External cooling
demand set point
Set point for external cooling demand. See the description of the External cooling demand function for more
information about how the value is used.
8
-50
50
°C
External heating
demand set point
Set point for external heating demand. See the description of the External heating demand function for more
information about how the value is used.
40
0
100
°C
GOLD unique configurations
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External demand set point configuration
Table 2. Temperature Set Points
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Table 3: Operation Mode
Signal text
Description
Default Min
Max
Device
Time channel
Function
Selection of action in No occupancy and Occupancy respectively. Occupancy occurs when the actual
time is within any of the 8-week based time channels OR when digital input 1 indicates Occupancy.
Auto – Auto: Each GOLD works according to individual time channel settings.
Auto, No cooling – Auto: The chiller is not allowed to produce cooling in No occupancy mode.
Using this setting, but no time channels, results in cooling never being activated.
Auto – Low speed: In No occupancy mode, each GOLD works according to individual time channel
settings. In Occupancy mode, they run at low speed (or the higher prioritised High speed or Stop,
set from local time channels for GOLD). Auto, No cooling – Low speed: Same as above, but the
chiller is not allowed to produce cooling in No occupancy mode. Auto – High speed: In No occupancy mode, each GOLD works according to individual time channel settings. In Occupancy mode,
they run at high speed (or the higher prioritised Stop, set from local time channels for GOLD). Auto,
No cooling – High speed: Same as above, but the chiller is not allowed to produce cooling in the
No occupancy mode. Low speed – High speed: In No occupancy mode, GOLD AHU runs at low
speed (or the higher prioritised "high speed" or "stop" set from the local GOLD time channels). In
Occupancy mode, they run at high speed (or the higher prioritised Stop, set from local time channels
for GOLD). Low speed, No cooling – High speed: Same as above but the chiller is not allowed to
produce cooling in No occupancy mode.
0
0
7
-
Operation mode
switch
Selects whether the digital input 1 shall indicate Occupancy mode when it is closed or open.
NO: When the input is closed, it activates Occupancy mode
NC: When the input is open, it sets Occupancy mode
0
0
1
-
Period
(for Time Channels
1 – 8)
Selects the type of repeating Occupancy "window”.
0
0
10
Start HH:MM
(for Time channels
1 – 8)
Selects the start hour and minute for the repeating Occupancy "window”.
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
Stop HH:MM
(for Time channels
1 – 8)
Selects the end hour and minute for the repeating Occupancy "window”.
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
Function
Selection of action when the Year channel is active. The Year channel has higher priority than the Time channel. 0
(for Time channels 1 – 8) The Options are the following: Inactive: The Year channel is deactivated Stop, No cooling: Each GOLD
unit is stopped and no cooling is allowed. Auto: Each GOLD works according to individual time channels. Auto, No Cooling: As above but no cooling is allowed. Low speed: Each GOLD AHU runs at low
speed (or the higher prioritised "high speed" or "stop" set from the local GOLD time channels). Low
speed, No Cooling: As above but no cooling is allowed. High speed: Each GOLD AHU runs at high
speed (or the higher prioritised "stop" set from the local GOLD time channels). High speed, No Cooling: As above but no cooling is allowed.
0
7
-
Start date
Selects the start date for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
(for Time channels 1 – 8)
201201-01
201001-01
210012-31
year:
month:
day
Start HH:MM
(for Year channels 1 – 8)
Selects the start hour and minute for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
End date
(for Year channels 1 – 8)
Selects the end date for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
201201-01
201001-01
210012-31
year:
month:
day
Stop HH:MM
(for Year channels 1 – 8)
Selects the end hour and minute for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
Year channel
Table 4: Time Controlled Output
Signal text
Description
Default
Min
Max
Device
Time channel
Period
(for Time Channel 1-3)
"Selects the type of repeating ""window"" to set the digital output 3 within.
"
0
0
10
-
Start HH:MM
(for Time channels 1 – 3)
Selects the start hour and minute for the repeating "window".
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
Stop HH:MM
(for Time channels 1 – 3)
Selects the end hour and minute for the repeating "window".
00:00
00:00
23:59
hour:
minute
Function
(for Year channels 1 – 3)
Activate/deactivate use of the Year channel to set digital output 3.
0
0
1
-
Start date
(for Year channels 1 – 3)
Selects the start date for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
2012-01-01 2010-01-01 2100-12-31 year:
month:
day
Start HH:MM
(for Year channels 1 – 3)
Selects the start hour and minute for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
00:00
End date
(for Year channels 1 – 3)
Selects the end date for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
2012-01-01 2010-01-01 2100-12-31 year:
month:
day
Stop HH:MM
(for Year channels 1 – 3)
Selects the end hour and minute for the one time appearance of the Year channel action.
00:00
Year channel
00:00
00:00
23:59
23:59
hour:
minute
hour:
minute
Table 4. Time Controlled Output
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Table 3. Operation Mode
NESTOR APPENDIX A
Table 5: Alarm List
Signal text
Description
Date of appearance
Date and time when the alarm appeared
Date of recovery
Date and time when the alarm recovered. This field is empty if the alarm is still active
Device type
The device type which generates alarms.
Possible types: NESTOR, Swegon Chiller/Heat pump, GOLD AHU, Super WISE, Zone controllers, Room controllers, Room slave controllers
Location ID
The ID number of the unit that generates the alarm.
Single (1–8) denotes the product at system level, which can be a GOLD unit, a Super WISE or a Swegon Chiller/Heat pump.
Zone controllers (always connected to a Super WISE) are shown with three digits in the A B C format, where A is the number of the Super WISE
to which it is connected, B is the zone number and C is the number of the duct/damper in the zone.
Room controllers (always connected to one zone controller) are shown with four digits in the A B C format, where A, B and C have the same
meaning as for one zone controller and D is the number of the room. Room slave controllers (always connected to a zone controller) are shown
with five numbers as A-B-C-D-E where A, B, C and D indicate the same as for a room controller and E is the slave number.
Local Alarm No
The alarm number in the device. Alarms for Version E GOLD units are displayed as group and alarm number (e. g.: 10:10).
Priority
Can be A or B where A has the highest priority.
Class
Device type class, which is:
System products for Swegon Chiller/Heat pump and NESTOR.
Air production for one GOLD unit.
Climate supply for Super WISE, zone controller, room controller, slave room controller.
Comment
Field for adding any additional information text
Table 5. Alarm List
Table 6: NESTOR configuration
Signal text
Description
Default
Min
Max
Device
Alternatives are: DHCP and Static IP
If a DHCP server is accessible, it is recommendable to use this server. IP conflicts can then
be avoided by using DHCP. Static IP means that the NESTOR obtains a permanent IP
address, which the user must specify. This works well for small networks, however in other
cases IP addresses should be selected with great care so the selected IP address does not
end up in conflict with another IP address.
1
(Static IP)
0
1
-
-
-
-
-
MAC address
The MAC address is the unique hardware address allocated to the network card when the
card is produced. This address can never be changed and is always unique.
-
-
-
-
IP address
Displays the assigned IP address when using a DHCP server. Input field for the IP address to
use when using Static IP.
10.200.1.1
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.255
-
TCP/IP SETTINGS
Static IP/DHCP
APPENDIX A
Domain name
Web server port
Subnet mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Date/Time
Date
Input field for configuration of the current date
2000-01-01 2000-01-01 2099-12-31
Time
Input field for configuration of the current day
00:00:00
00:00:00
23:59:59
Table 6. NESTOR configuration
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Table 7: System Product Connection
Signal text
Description
Default Min
Max
Device
Blue Box
Type
Swegon Chiller/Heat pump type is selected as "None", "Heating" (Heat pump), "Cooling"
(Chiller), "Reversible" or "Hybrid system".
0 (none) 0
4
-
Port
Not relevant
-
-
-
-
ModBus ID
Modbus ID for the Swegon Chiller/Heat pump control interface. Should be 70.
70
1
255
-
Name
Input field. Name of the product which is displayed in the System Overview page.
-
-
-
-
External sources
External heat source
Activates external heating. Is automatically activated if Hybrid system is selected as Swegon
Chiller/Heat pump type.
0
0
1
-
External cool source
Activates external cooling. Is automatically activated if Hybrid system is selected as Swegon
Chiller/Heat pump type.
0
0
1
-
External heating
demand activation
Activates (enables use of) external heating demand on digital input (DI) 2.
0
0
1
-
External cooling
demand activation
Activates (enables use of) external cooling demand on digital input (DI) 3.
0
0
1
-
Connected
Connect the actual GOLD AHU to NESTOR. Select this after the correct IP number is given for the unit.
0
0
1
-
IP number
IP number for the actual GOLD AHU
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.255
-
Port
Port number in the actual GOLD AHU to use for the Modbus TCP communication with NESTOR.
Normally, this is 502.
502
1
30000
-
Name
Input field. Name of the product which is displayed in the System Overview page.
-
-
-
-
Connected
Super WISE
Select the number of the Super WISE, if any, which is connected to the actual GOLD AHU.
0 (none) 0
8
-
Remote Access port
The port mapping number for which the GOLD unit can be connected by Remote Access.
80
0
10000
-
GOLD version
As the GOLD version, select "Version D" or "Version E".
1
0
1
-
External demands
GOLD AHU
Super WISE
Connect the actual Super WISE to NESTOR. Select this after the correct IP number is given for the unit.
0
0
1
-
IP number for the actual Super WISE
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.255
-
Modbus port
Port number in the actual Super WISE to use for the Modbus TCP communication with NESTOR.
Normally, this is 502.
502
1
30000
-
Remote Access port
The port mapping number for which the Super WISE unit can be connected by Remote Access.
80
0
10000
-
Name
Input field. Name of the product which is displayed in the System Overview page.
-
-
-
-
Table 7. System Product Connection
Table 8: System Product Config
Signal text
Description
Default Min
Max
Device
GOLD AHU
Name
Input field. Name of the product which is displayed in the System Overview page. Same field as in the
System Product Connection page.
-
-
-
-
Use NESTOR Operation Mode (Override)
Select this to get the particular GOLD AHU affected by the NESTOR operation mode.
0
0
1
-
Valid internal outdoor The GOLD unit's INTERNAL outdoor temperature sensor is treated as reliable or valid, which means
sensor
it can be used as the system outdoor temperature if no external sensor is selected in the Functions>Temperature Control tab or if the selected external sensor is not available.
0
0
1
-
Use system outdoor
temperature
The particular GOLD unit will obtain and use the system outdoor temperature.
If not selected, the GOLD unit will use its own temperature setting according to a standard routine.
0
0
1
-
Use Optimisation
Select this setting to use the cooling and heating temperature set point optimisation. Other configuration of the optimisation is done on the Functions->Temperature set points tab.
1
0
1
-
OH
Select this if the Ordinary heating sequence for supply air heating is fed by the NESTOR heating source. Note 0
that if it uses an electrical heating coil it is not fed by the NESTOR source. Hence, it should not be selected.
0
1
-
EH
Select this if the Extra heating sequence for supply air heating is fed by the NESTOR heating source.
0
0
1
-
XH
Select this if the Xzone heating sequence is fed by the NESTOR heating source.
0
0
1
-
AYCH
Select this if the All Year Comfort heating is fed by the NESTOR heating source.
0
0
1
-
PH
Select this if the Preheating is fed by the NESTOR heating source.
0
0
1
-
OC
Select this if the Ordinary cooling sequence for supply air cooling is fed by the NESTOR cooling source.
0
0
1
-
EC
Select this if the Extra cooling sequence for supply air cooling is fed by the NESTOR cooling source.
0
0
1
-
XC
Select this if the Xzone cooling sequence is fed by the NESTOR cooling source.
0
0
1
-
AYCC
Select this if the All Year Comfort cooling is fed by the NESTOR cooling source.
0
0
1
-
Table 8. System Product Config
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Connected
IP number
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