ADAPT_PARASOLb

ADAPT_PARASOLb
ADAPT Parasol b
Technical manual
ADAPT Parasol b
►► Function in the room
►► Technical description
►► System technology
►► ProSelect
►► Heating with ADAPT Parasol
►► Air quality sensor
►► Change –over system
►► Lighting control
►► Start-up and Zero point calibration
►► Two-stage cooling/two stage heating
►► Modbus register
►► Alarm list
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Contents
Installation and safety3
Function in the room4
General4
Functional description air4
Functional description water 4
Adaptation as required5
Distribution of airflows6
Configuration and settings8
Sequences11
Technical description13
Sensor module overview13
Sensor module occupancy13
Sensor module temperature14
Regulator overview15
Regulator outputs16
Regulator inputs17
Regulator’s Modbus connections18
System technology19
Duct system19
2-step optimisation in WISE22
Master/Slaves24
Display in Super Wise25
ProSelect26
Sizing and hardware configuration26
Heating with ADAPT Parasol28
Air quality sensor29
Change –over system30
Lighting control31
Start-up and Zero point calibration31
Two-stage cooling/two stage heating32
Modbus register33
Alarm list41
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Installation and safety
About this manual
This manual is intended for technicians or those with the equivalent knowledge who work in design, commissioning,
maintenance or for some other reason need a more technical description of the product than offered by a product data
sheet.
The manual contains information about:
Technical description.
Help during project design
Installation and start-up
Instruction about how the different settings are made
Changing the project
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Safety Instructions
Responsibility
It is the user's responsibility to:
• Make all relevant risk assessments of the activities that are related with this manual.
• Ensure that all necessary safety precautions have been taken before the activities related with this manual are started.
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Function in the room.
General
Functional description air
ADAPT Parasol is a four-way blowing comfort module
with built-in control equipment for demand-control not
only of the air but also the entire indoor climate in the
room.
The product regulates the amount of air to the room
according to three levels:
The product can work as a stand-alone unit or connected
in a system such as Swegon’s WISE.
Function of the product is based on a constant duct pressure being provided either through a zone damper such
as CONTROL Zone or in a smaller system with a unit that
can maintain the duct pressure sufficiently constant.
In a room where the occupancy rate is low and/or uneven
ADAPT Parasol can, in the event being unoccupied, save
air through the integrated damper and also allow the
temperature to deviate more from the room’s setpoint
than with occupancy, all to save energy.
On occupancy the integrated control equipment quickly
takes care of the indoor climate by opening the damper
and the cooling or heating valves so that an indoor
climate with high comfort is maintained - yet still with
minimal energy input.
A sensor module with temperature and occupancy sensors registers what is happening in the room and act at
the same time as setpoint selector and alarm indicator.
• Unoccupied
• Min. occupancy
• Max. occupancy
For Unoccupied mode a low airflow is supplied to
save air. When someone enters the room the occupancy
is detected by the occupancy sensor integrated in the
sensor module and the airflow is increased to the Min
occupancy level.
In addition to an occupancy sensor there is also a temperature sensor in the sensor module that measures the
temperature of the room air. When the temperature
exceeds the desired setpoint in the room, the ADAPT
Parasol starts to cool, either with air first, or water first
depending on which the chosen sequence selection.
When the output demand becomes large enough, or air
quality is poor enough, ADAPT Parasol will variably open
up to Max occupancy airflow.
Functional description water
Different temperature settings can be set for
•
•
•
•
Unoccupied
Occupancy:
Holiday mode, i.e. extended unoccupied mode
In the case of unoccupied mode the temperature
can be allowed to deviate more from the room’s setpoints than for occupancy. When someone enters the
room and the sensor module indicates occupancy
the ADAPT Parasol is set to normal operation mode
and then regulates the desired room temperature more
accurately. Holiday mode works in the same way
as unoccupied mode, but here the temperatures are
permitted to deviate further from the room’s setpoint
and a signal from a master system is required
• Heating and cooling are controlled in sequence to
avoid simultaneous cooling and heating. However,
there is a cold draught protection that can be activated
and this then means that you allow a certain amount
of heat simultaneously with cooling.
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Function in the room.
Adaptation as required
During a day different things occur that affect the room’s
climate, and ADAPT Parasol uses both air and water to
maintain a good climate:
• Morning, no occupancy
• Airflow “unoccupied”
• The temperature is still regulated according to the settings for unoccupied, but if a cooling demand occurs
e.g. due to solar incident radiation ADAPT Parasol will
start to cool the room.
• Morning, the workday begins and someone enters into
the room.
• The sensor module detects occupancy and the airflow
rises to the set Min Occupancy flow, which is the minimum airflow in the room when someone is present.
• The temperature is now allowed to deviate less from
the setpoint value than in unoccupied mode.
• Different things can happen during the day that
change the room's climate, such as increased solar
incident radiation or increased sensory pollution loads
from occupants.
• ADAPT Parasol can now manage this by opening the
water valve in combination with variably regulating the
airflow towards the Max Occupancy flow.
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• Night, no occupancy in the room
• The temperature is permitted to deviate slightly more
from the setpoint than for occupancy.
• Airflow “unoccupied”
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Function in the room.
Distribution of the airflows
2
GP
2
GP
3
RE
1
The principle is the same for a conference room or a open
plan office.
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When several ADAPT Parasols are installed in the same
room the airflow is evenly distributed between them.
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One product is then defined as the master while the
others become slaves.
If the room is large and there is a great distance between
products, it may be an alternative to allow all the units to
be Masters, i.e. all are regulated independently of each
other. Different parts of the room can then have different
climates, which may be the intention, but you also risk
supplying the room as a whole with both cooling and
heating simultaneously.
Master and Slave(s) share the room’s supply airflow
proportionally. Proportionally as two different ADAPT
Parasols, e.g. 600 and 1200 can have different maximum
flows.
Example: If a 600 gives a maximum of 25 l/s and a 1200
max 40 l/s and the room's total supply airflow at one time
is 30 l/s, the 600 will give approx. 12 l/s and the 1200
about 18 l/s. Had both been identical they would have
given 15 l/s each.
The extract air constantly receives a signal from the
master, a signal voltage of 2-8 V, which is converted from
the master’s flow.
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ADAPT Parasol works perfectly as a standalone unit, i.e.
without a connection to the master system. The simplest
solution is that shown in the picture, a room with ADAPT
Parasol and extract air via the air transfer grille. Air balancing occurs on a zone level and ADAPT Parasol demandcontrols the climate in the room.
1. Comfort module ADAPT Parasol with supply air,
cooling and heating Incl.
• pressure sensor
• communications unit/regulator
• damper with motor.
2. Zone damper CONTROL Zone
3. Extract air diffuser
4. Cooling water and heating water
5. Extract air via transfer air to the corridor.
6. External Sensor module (occupancy and temperature
sensors)
Since heating is provided from ADAPT Parasol in the case
above, the sensor module is positioned on the wall.
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Function in the room.
Distribution of the airflows
Office - Unoccupied
Conference room - Unoccupied
5 l/s
21 l/s
7 l/s
7 l/s
5 l/s
7 l/s
Office - Min. Occupancy
Conference room - Min. Occupancy
60 l/s
15 l/s
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20 l/s
20 l/s
15 l/s
20 l/s
Conference room - Max. Occupancy
Office - Max. Occupancy
120 l/s
30 l/s
40 l/s
40 l/s
30 l/s
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Function in the room.
Configuration and settings
The following pages show a room with ADAPT Parasol
Master, ADAPT Parasol Slave and ADAPT Damper slave/
extract air and the settings you should remember to set on
each unit to get the room to perform as intended.
Master: All settings for the room; temperature, airflow
etc. are made here.
•
Output no. 19 is set to “ADAPT analogue extract air”
to send the control signal to the extract air damper.
•
Modbus address 4, 8, 12 etc. as per SuperWISE std.
•
Pressure sensors and sensor module are addressed 0
with the dial.
•
K-factor for ADAPT Parasol master
ADAPT Parasol
Parasol
ADAPT
Supply air Master
Tilluft Master
ADAPT
ADAPT Parasol
Parasol
Supply
air Slave
Tilluft Slav
C
AB D
ADAPT
ADAPT
Damper
Damper
Extract air
Frånluft
Slave
Slav
2345
E F0 1
8
67 9
Airflow settings
K-factor min flow
51
k*100
K-factor max flow
416
k*100
Airflow setpoint UNOCC.
50
l/s *10
Airflow setpoint OCC.
40
l/s *10
Airflow setpoint MAX
200
l/s *10
Airflow setpoint HOLIDAY
320
l/s *10
Min cooling Pressure
200
dpa
ADAPT EA analogue min
200
l/s *10
ADAPT analogue max
400
l/s *10
ADAPT EA offset
0
%* 100
K-factor for ADAPT Parasol master
SWICCT
Zero cal. pressure sensor
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Working range for the extract damper.
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Function in the room.
Configuration and settings
ADAPT Parasol
Parasol
ADAPT
Supply air Master
Tilluft Master
ADAPT Parasol
Parasol
ADAPT
Supply
air Slave
Tilluft Slav
ADAPT
ADAPT
Damper
Damper
Extract air
Frånluft
Slave
Slav
Extract air
Must be "slave", changed as necessary using TUNE Adapt.
Modbus address 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 as per SuperWISE std.
The right size of damper for the extract air is selected
using the product sheet for ADAPT Damper.
ADAPT
ADAPT Parasol
Parasol
Supply
air Slave
Tilluft Slav
All dampers have default settings for unoccupied, min.
occupancy and max. occupancy. These values (or new if
they have been changed) must be specified in the software settings for ADAPT Parasol master in the room, see
the description of Master on page 8 and extract air page
10.
ADAPT
ADAPT
Damper
Damper
Extract
Frånluftair
Slave
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Parasol
ADAPT
Supply air Master
Tilluft Master
Slave:
• Output no. 13 is set to “ADAPT slave supply air” to
slave control the damper signal from the master.
• The Modbus ID is set between 1-9, not connection to
SuperWISE.
• Addressing of the pressure sensors via the dial should
always follow the slave unit’s Modbus ID 1-9. Addressing of the sensor module ideally follows the same pattern, but is not required. Crucially, two sensor modules
must not have the same address if they are connected
on the same circuit as in this case with master/slave in
the room.
The regulator on the slave unit serves in this case as
the connection point, all intelligence is used in the
master unit.
However, if the room in the future is fitted with a partition, the unit can be easily reconfigured as the master
in its room.
The sensor module connected to the slave unit reports
occupancy and temperature to the master.
• K-factor for ADAPT Parasol slave should be set in the
slave-controller.
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Function in the room.
Configuration and settings
Continued, extract air
Example:
Assume that the room shown with ADAPT Parasol master + slave + ADAPT Damper extract air slave must have the flows
Unoccupied = 12 l/s
Min. occupancy = 25 l/s
Max. occupancy = 60 l/s
By stating the extract air damper’s Min and Max. Flow in the ADAPT Parasol master (via SWICCT or SuperWISE) this
knows what 2V and 8V represent for flows on the extract air damper.
The master then converts the inputted room flows (12/25/60) to an analogue signal between 2-8 V which then slave
controls the extract air damper. The damper can by means of its flow measurement report back the flow.
ADAPT Damper product sheet:
Standard settings for default products
Airflows (l/s)
Unoccupied*
Min. airflow
Max. airflow
Size 125
0/4
8
35
Size 160
0/6
10
80
Size 200
0/10
15
125
SWICCT, input in ADAPT Parasol master:
Airflow settings
K-factor min flow
51
k*100
K-factor max flow
416
k*100
Airflow setpoint HOLIDAY
50
l/s *10
12 l/s = 2.17 V
Airflow setpoint UNOOCC.
120
l/s *10
Airflow setpoint OCC
60 l/s = 6.28 V
250
l/s *10
Airflow setpoint MAX
600
l/s *10
Min cooling Pressure
200
dPa
ADAPT EA analogue min
100
l/s *10
ADAPT EA analogue max
800
l/s *10
2V = 10 l/s
ADAPT EA offset
0
%* 100
8V = 80 l/s
Zero cal. pressure sensor
Note that the extract air damper’s work range must be equal or greater than the room flow.
If the extract air flow must be shared by the two ADAPT Dampers, these must be of the same size and it is the total
flow of the two dampers that should be entered in ADAPT Parasol master controler.
In the above the settings are described based on the ADAPT Damper’s default values being used. These values can be
changed as usual with TUNE Adapt or SuperWISE, and then it is these new values that must be entered in
ADAPT Parasol master controler as set out above.
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Function in the room.
Sequences
Sequence selection, cooling with Air or Water first.
It is possible to prioritise cooling with water first or air first.
For the sequence selection water/air the cooling valve is not permitted to open until a given nozzle pressure is reached,
this is to ensure that no cold air drops down into the occupancy zone.
The sequence selections are parameter selections in software, i.e. it is the same physical product being delivered from
the factory.
The principle is the same irrespective of whether you have one product in the room or several Master/Slaves connected.
Sequence selections are described in the following graphs.
ADAPT Parasol
- Sequence Water/Air
Flow
Water/Air
1
2
3
4
5
6
Max. occupancy flow
Min. P cooling valve
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Min. occupancy flow
*
Valve 100% open
Vacancy flow
Valve 0% open
Occupancy with cooling demand
1.
Occupancy - temperature rises
2. Room temperature reaches the level for the cooling demand - air opens to
reach the minimum pressure that permits the cooling valve to open
Water
Air
Room temperature
3. The cooling valve is permitted to open
4. Cooling valve fully open, but there is still a cooling demand in the room air damper opens to cool with more air
5. Cooling valve and air damper fully open
6. Temperature reaches the room’s setpoint, damper and valve close
* Min P (Min cooling pressure): minimum permitted nozzle pressure to allow the cooling valve to open, this is to prevent cold draughts when the cold water circulates in the coil. In the event of a too low nozzle pressure and low temperature there is a risk the air drops too early from the ceiling.
20 Pa default but can be changed.
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Function in the room.
ADAPT Parasol
- Sequence Air / Water
Sequences
Flow
Water/Air
1
2
3
5
4
Max. occupancy flow
Min. occupancy flow
Valve 100% open
Vacancy flow
Valve 0% open
Occupancy with cooling demand
1.
Occupancy - temperature rises
Water
Air
Room temperature
2. Room temperature reaches the level for cooling demand - air opens
3. Air damper fully open, but there is still a cooling demand in the room valve opens for cooling with water
4. Air damper and water valve fully open
5. Temperature reaches the room’s setpoint, damper and valve close
ADAPT Parasol
Flow
Air
- Sequence Air quality
1
2
4
3
Max. occupancy flow
Min. occupancy flow
Vacancy flow
Occupancy with increased airflow to improve air quality
1.
Occupancy - CO2 / VOC content rises
2. CO2 / VOC content reaches the permitted upper limit value - air damper opens variably
3. Air damper fully open
4. CO2 / VOC content reaches the permitted lower limit value - air damper closes
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Technical description
Sensor module overview
Sensor module occupancy
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•
•
•
•
•
Temperature and occupancy sensor
Setpoint selector switch
Installation on a wall or on the face plate
Circular or rectangular
Alarm indication
Open/close the product’s dampers and valves for e.g.
function control/commissioning.
• Modbus connected
• Alternative connection point for the connection of a
PC for software configuration
• Occupancy detector of the IR type, i.e. a heat-detecting sensor that quickly reacts to occupancy in the room
• Coverage area depending on the placement in the
room, see figure.
• On and off delay adjustable via SWICCT default is 10 s,
and 10 minutes respectively.
• Several sensor modules can be used in the room, for
example, in a conference room if you want the setpoint selector switch on the wall but the occupancy
sensor on the ceiling.
Sensor module front
Ceiling mounted
Sensor module rear
1
3
6
8
ON
2
h
4
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5
7
1 2
3
d
1.
Occupancy sensor / IR sensor
2. LEDs for temperature, adjustment or alarm indication
h (m)
d (m)
A (m2)
3. Function keys
2.5
5.2
21
LED indicating function
Green = OK
Flashing Green = Condensation alarm
Yellow = alarm
Green/yellow = Comfort alarm (not acute)
2.7
5.6
24
2.9
6.0
28
3.1
6.4
32
4. Temperature sensor
5. 3 parallel RJ12 ports (Modbus) for connections e.g.
regulator, additional sensor module or PC.
Wall mounted
6. Addressing the sensor module A maximum of 10
sensor modules (possibly slaves included) can be connected to each master regulator. Each one must then
have its own address 0-9.
7.
Switch for termination resistance. Switch 1 is set to
On on the last device in a circuit.
1
1,
m
1,1m
10m
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Technical description
Sensor module temperature
Temperature settings
Room temperature sensor use
Mean value of sensor module (s)
Mean value of sensor module (s)
Sensor module id 0
External temperature sensor
Mean value off sensor module(s) and ext.temp.sens.
In SWICCT it is possible to state how you wish to
measure the temperature in the room:
• Mean value of sensor modules: In cases where
multiple sensor modules are connected to the master,
for example, when using slave units, the mean value of
all sensor modules can then be used for temperature
control in the room.
• Sensor module id 0: the selection means that only
one sensor module (the one with id 0, master unit) is
used for temperature control.
• External temperature sensor: here you state that
an external temperature sensor is used, and regulation
occurs only according to this sensor.
• Mean value of sensor modules and ext. Temp.
Sens: signifies that the mean value of both sensor
modules and external temperature sensors is used for
temperature control.
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B
•
The temperature in the room is set by pressing the
function buttons (A)=cooling / (B)=heating.
•
Both cooling and heating setpoints move, which
means that the previously created neutral zone is
maintained.
•
For example, Cooling Setpoint = 24°C (call for cooling
when the room temperature exceeds 24°C) Heating
Setpoint 22°C (Start heating when the room temperature is below 22°C).
•
Press the sensor module twice to make it warmer
means the set values shift 2°C to 24 and 26°C
respectively.
•
If the desired temperature is not reached after a
specific time a comfort alarm is generated, which
is indicated by the alarm LED switching between
yellow/green.
•
The sensor module can be mounted on a wall where
the room's setpoint needs to be changed often. Normally this need arises only in rooms used by different
people with different needs.
•
Wall mounting is also recommended when you heat
with ADAPT Parasol, usually this gives a fairer measurement of the room temperature.
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Technical description
Regulator overview
Connections
24V
24V
G G0
black
white
brown
black
brown
blue
grey
black
G G0
brown (US=white)
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21 |
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
white
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
blue (US=black)
brown (US=white)
blue (US=black)
y
24V
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2.
1.
SHoR
1. Connection when no VOC sensor is used
2. Connection when a VOC sensor is used
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus
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Technical description
Regulator outputs
The outputs on the regulator
Outputs’ standard settings
Output configuration
Digital output 1 (21)
Water cooling
Analogue output 1 (19) Not used
Max 60 VA
Digital output 2 (18)
Water heating
Analogue output 2 (16) Not used
Max 60 VA
Digital output 3 (15)
Power supply
Analogue output 3 (13) Variable
 Normally closed 
 Normally closed 
 Normally closed 
 Normally closed 
 Normally closed 
 Normally closed 
Max 60 VA
The outputs can be switched with SWICCT for alternative functions, for example, the use of a 0-10 V actuator for
cooling/heating instead of 24V
Digital output 1, 2, 3 (21, 18, 15)
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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Regulator inputs
The inputs on the regulator
Inputs’ standard settings
Input configuration
Input 1 usage
Not used

Input 3 usage
Not used

Input 4 usage
Not used

Occ. mode
Use occupancy sensor

The inputs can be switched with SWICCT for alternative functions, for example, the use of keycard switches and
window contacts
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Input 1 usage
Description
→
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/unoccupied
Always occupied
Force on occupancy mode
Always unoccupied
Force on in unoccupied mode
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Technical description
Regulator’s Modbus connections
The master circuit (22, 23) is used for communication
between ADAPT Parasol master units and communication
from the master unit up to the superordinate system, for
example, SuperWISE.
RS 485
MB 1
RS 485
MB 2
SuperWISE bus Sensor module
BMS bus Pressure sensor
Slave controller
The slave circuit (24, 25) is used for communication
between slave units ADAPT Parasol and to connect the
sensor module, pressure sensor, VOC sensor, etc.
Note that 22 and 23 are parallel (same function), and 24
and 25 are parallel. Important to distinguish between the
pairs 22/23 and 24/25.
The order of the connected units on each circuit is not
important, however it is more important to avoid socalled Stubs and build just one circuit instead.
4x RS485, modular RJ12 6/6
22 & 23 parallel, master circuit
24 & 25 parallel, slave circuit
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System technology
Duct system
Remember:
•
ADAPT Parasol measures the pressure in each unit
and can therefore manage the occupancy flow
accurately as long as there is sufficient duct pressure
available.
•
By selecting the unoccupied flow and maximum
occupancy flow in a smart way in the software you
also compensate for the duct pressure drop and control measurement is easier, see page 20-21.
•
The built-in damper generates very little noise compared with traditional balancing damper and in many
cases a sound attenuator in the room can therefore
be excluded. However, beware of other sounds such
as crosstalk and noise from other sources such as
zone dampers further back in the system.
•
The software manages the flows, but beware of the
noise.
•
However, traditional balancing dampers may be
required for duct lengths and duct pressure drop outside the recommended ranges. This is easily checked
by using ProSelect by entering the actual duct pressure on the actual product.
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Traditional system design with pressure
controlled units and zone dampers
that maintain a constant pressure in
each zone. In a small installation, a
good unit can possibly maintain a
sufficiently constant pressure.
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System technology
Duct system
Minimum and maximum flows from ProSelect limited by the available pressure and nozzle configuration selected for an
ADAPT Parasol 1200 HF LMLM.
Min. occupancy flow is selectable in ProSelect and here is set to 15 l/s.
For an accepted pressure drop in the duct system of 1 Pa/m, the following can be used:
Design unit
Duct pressure, Pa
Duct pressure, Pa
80
Duct pressure, Pa
68
Min. l/s
104
5
Min. l/s
4.4
Min. l/s
4
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Max. l/s
27.9
Max. l/s
24.4
Max. l/s
22.5
3m
104 Pa
101 Pa
98 Pa
95 Pa
92 Pa
89 Pa
86 Pa
83 Pa
80 Pa
77 Pa
74 Pa
71 Pa
68 Pa
27 m
40 m
In SWICCT or by configuring ADAPT Parasol in ProWISE limits can also be set for unoccupied and occupancy max flow
(note the product's absolute min and max from the previous figure which are controlled by the selected nozzle setting!)
By letting the most exposed product in this way be the design unit for the current duct section and taking this into
account at an early stage, you do not use a balancing damper before each product and can thus save both available
pressure and money on unnecessary balancing dampers, which in addition also risk creating noise.
Of course, the pressure fluctuations in a duct system can be so large that a traditional balancing damper may still be
required, but in all probability a damper in front of each product is not necessary as it should be enough to lower the
pressure in some of the duct system and then apply the above.
Duct pressure, Pa
104
Duct pressure, Pa
80
Duct pressure, Pa
68
Min. l/s
5
Min. l/s
5
Min. l/s
5
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Max. l/s
22.5
Max. l/s
22.5
Max. l/s
22.5
3m
104 Pa
101 Pa
98 Pa
95 Pa
92 Pa
89 Pa
86 Pa
83 Pa
80 Pa
77 Pa
74 Pa
71 Pa
68 Pa
27 m
40 m
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Duct system
In the case below the design unit is of 110 Pa instead of as in the previous example, 80 Pa, and now we see that the
first unit in the duct branch will have 31.6 l/s and a pressure of 134 Pa. This flow gives a slightly higher noise level, but
as before lowering the maximum flow in software gives the same measured flow in each room, and also an improved
noise level on the most exposed ADAPT Parasol.
Setting the max airflow to 27 l/s gives 29 dB, and the maximum flow is the same for all units which may be desirable for
commissioning/control measurement. Check, however, that the cooling/heating output to the room is still OK.
1.
Design unit
Duct pressure, Pa
134
Duct pressure, Pa
110
Duct pressure, Pa
98
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
31
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
28
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
27
Min. l/s
5.7
Min. l/s
5.1
Min. l/s
4.8
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Max. l/s
31.6
Max. l/s
28.7
Max. l/s
27.0
Design instance 110 Pa gives 28 dBA and 28.7 l/s in the maximum position. The most vulnerable unit in this case will
have 134 Pa, 31 dBA and 31.6 l/s.
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3m
134 Pa
131 Pa
128 Pa
125 Pa
122 Pa
119 Pa
116 Pa
113 Pa
110 Pa
107 Pa
104 Pa
101 Pa
98 Pa
27 m
40 m
2.
Duct pressure, Pa
134
Duct pressure, Pa
110
Duct pressure, Pa
98
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
29
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
27
Sound pressure level, Lp(A)
27
Min. l/s
5.7
Min. l/s
5.1
Min. l/s
4.8
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Occupancy l/s
15
Max. l/s
27
Max. l/s
27
Max. l/s
27.0
By balancing the flows as before in software, in this case you can also reduce the noise level. However, note the slightly
lower effects produced.
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System technology
2-step optimisation in WISE
1. Zone and room optimisation
2-step optimisation is a further development of the optimisation performed by SuperWISE. All zone dampers continuously check the damper position on products that are below them in the system and are connected via Modbus communications.
It is always the room damper with the greatest degree of opening that controls the zone damper for optimisation.
During normal operation, the most open room damper as standard should be between 70-90% open. If the most open
room damper is open more than 90% the airflow in the zone is not sufficient. In this case, the zone damper will be
opened until the most open room damper is open to less than 90%. If the most open room damper is open less than
70% the airflow in the zone is too high. In this case, the zone damper will be closed until the most open room damper
is open to more than 70%.
SuperWISE
If a room damper is outside the limit 70-90% open, the zone damper is adjusted by being opened/closed.
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System technology
2-step optimisation in WISE
2. Units and zone optimisation
SuperWISE continuously controls the position of the zone damper, according to the same principle previously described
for room dampers.
The unit's pressure setpoint is increased/decreased depending on the needs of the zones. The router simulates a zone
damper and always shows the most open room product for supply air and extract air that is connected via Modbus to
the router. If only the supply or extract air is used only this appears.
SuperWISE
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If a zone damper is outside the limit 70-90% open, the unit's pressure setpoint is increased/decreased until the zone
damper is within the limits.
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Master/Slaves
SuperWISE
CONTROL Zone
Zone
Room 1
Master
Slave
Slave
Slave
Mb id 4
Mb id 5
Mb id 6
Mb id 7
Room 1:
WISE room with air products
that can be supply air or extract
air products
Room 2
Slaves
Supply air
Max 9 pcs
24
Master
Slave
Slave
Slave
Mb id 8
Mb id 9
Mb id 10
Mb id 11
Room 2:
WISE room with ADAPT Parasol
and traditional WISE products
where ADAPT Parasol is always
the master, and the slaves with
Mbid 9-11 can be extract air
products.
In addition, ADAPT Parasol can
manage up to 9 x ADAPT Parasol
supply air slaves with individual
IDs 1-9.
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave Id 1
Slave Id 2
Slave Id 3
Slave Id 4
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave Id 5
Slave Id 6
Slave Id 7
Slave Id 8
Slave Id 9
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Display in Super Wise
Room 1
117 l/s
116 l/s
230.5 l/s
229.4 l/s
ADAPT Parasol
117 l/s
116 l/s
ADAPT Damper S1
47.31%
ADAPT Damper S2
M
30%
30%
S
S
22.0ºC
21.55ºC
20.0ºC
The SuperWISE display illustrates a room with 6 x ADAPT
Parasol for supply air and 2 x ADAPT Damper extract air.
The supply air is distributed on one master and five slaves,
and as previously noted the slaves are not shown in this
view, the master shows the room’s supply air flow
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Master
Slave
Slave
Mb id 4
Mb id 5
Mb id 6
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave Id 1
Slave Id 2
Slave Id 3
Slave Id 4
Slave Id 5
If you wish to see the supply air flow in more detail,
highlight ADAPT Parasol in the menu tree and the
flow for all 5 underlying slaves will be shown.
Room 1
ADAPT Parasol
ADAPT Damper S1
ADAPT Damper S2
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Airflow actual values
Total supply air flow to the room
230.5 l/s
Calculated setpoint for the total supply airflow
229.4 l/s
Current pressure, Master.
31.0 Pa
Supply air flow slave 1
46.4 l/s
Supply air flow slave 2
46.5 l/s
Supply air flow slave 3
45.8 l/s
Supply air flow slave 4
24.4 l/s
Supply air flow slave 5
22.9 l/s
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ProSelect
Sizing and hardware configuration
1
2
4
3
This is not a manual describing how ProSelect works, the page is just meant to point out some things in particular that
are worth considering.
1. As ADAPT Parasol is always supplied with some sort of control this is included as an accessory from the outset.
Clicking on the button takes you to the configuration page for the control.
2. Calculations can be done for min/occupancy/max airflow. However, only the current selection is shown on the
calculation page.
3. Nozzle settings can be made just like for a standard Parasol to influence the airflow and direction, but it should be
remembered that at the same time you influence the product’s minimum and maximum flow.
4. The min and max positions are highlighted in grey as they cannot be entered as the occupancy flow. This is because
the min/max is directly dependent on the selected nozzle setting. HOWEVER, in the context of these flows you can
then enter the desired Min occupancy and max flow in software.
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ProSelect
Sizing and hardware configuration
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Clicking on the accessory button opens the
dialogue box to select accessories, both loose
and as shown below, the factory fitted.
The choices made are shown at the bottom of
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Heating with ADAPT Parasol
1
Heat type
Radiator

Cold draught protection level
3000
% * 100
2
Cold draught protection stop
5000
% * 100
3
Cold draught protection UnOcc

Display from SWICCT and part of the “service mode” tab.
1. Protection level: The amount the heating actuator
is permitted to be open for cold draught protection.
Default 30%, i.e. even if there is no heating load the
30% signal is sent out on the heat output.
2. Protection stop: At what cooling signal the cold
draught protection should stop. Default 50%, i.e.
when the cooling signal is 50% or more the cold
draught protection is not permitted and no signal is
sent out on the heating output.
3. UnOcc: Checked box means that the cold draught
protection is active even when no one is in the room.
Heat type Radiator
In cases where the room is heated with ADAPT Parasol,
an increased airflow will result in an increased heat output
being supplied to the room, the increased air volume
induces more air over the heating coil.
However, if the heat comes from an external radiator or a
floor heating system, an increased airflow gives the opposite effect, it only adds cold air to the room.
In order to avoid this you can choose radiator in the software as heat-type, which means that the boost function is
blocked in heating situation.
Heat type Water actuator means the heat is controlled as
usual with ADAPT Parasols heating coil and the actuator
there.
Cold draught protection
Cold draught protection, allows the ADAPT Parasol to
send out heat signal even though there is a cooling load.
This is to be able to counteract cold draughts from such
inferior glazing with a radiator.
Cold draught protection is only run together with the
choice Heat type radiator.
Note that the cold draught protection means that both
cooling and heating actuators are energized at the same
time, which increases the load on the output and transformer with 6 VA / actuator.
Sensor module
The sensor module is ideally placed on the wall for temperature measurement in heating applications, if located in
the faceplate there is a risk it measures a too high temperature.
Alternatively, an external temperature sensor can be used.
In a conference room you can have sensor modules in
all faceplates to indicate occupancy and an extra sensor
module on the wall for temperature measurements and/
or setpoint setting.
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Air quality sensor
General
• The VOC sensor (Volatile Organic Compound), measures the content of emissions/impurities in the unit %
VOC.
• When an occupant emits CO2, this creates a proportional amount of emissions/impurities which are measurable by the VOC sensor.
• For an approximate translation of the % VOC to CO2
content, see diagram
• The sensors are concealed behind the faceplate on
the ADAPT Parasol and thus sit in the path of induced
room air.
• The VOC sensor generally does not react to a specific
substance but a variety of substances.
• The VOC sensor is Modbus connected and can be connected to ADAPT Parasol master or slave.
• The CO2 sensor is connected to an analogue input and
must be connected to ADAPT Parasol master.
• Both can be factory fitted behind the faceplate.
CO2 comparison/ppm
CAC outsignal %
CO2/VOC
VOC use
Data entry in SWICCT:
700
ppm
CO2/VOC max set value
1000
ppm
Input 3 usage
CO2 2-10V
CO2/Volt (sensor)
200
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• The PPM values are similar as for a CO2 sensor, and
are then recalculated to a correct output signal corresponding to diagram.
• The values set in figure to the right signifies that the
ADAPT Parasol has started to release more air at the
equivalent of 600 ppm in the room, and continues
variably up to 1200 ppm (max flow)
• VOC use Auto means that the control automatically
detects whether the sensor is connected.
OFF mode is used to disable already read sensors.
• Input 3 usage is only used for CO2 sensors and you
specify here whether it is a 0-10V or 2-10 V sensor.
• PPM CO2 / volt can also be set for the CO2 sensor in
instances when sensors other than standard are used.
• See functional description air on page 17.
• More info about VOC and substances: Product sheet
CAC on swegon.com
• Air regulation from air quality sensor also takes place in
absence mode (can be changed)

Auto
CO2/VOC min set value

ppm
CO2 or VOC?
Carbon dioxide CO2 is in itself harmless, but is easy to
measure and provides a good indication to the occupancy
load in a building. However, a CO2 sensor does not react
to emissions from e.g. building materials or strong odours
such as perfume, unlike a VOC sensor.
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Change –over system
2-pipe system with cooling in the summer and heating in the winter
• 2-pipe system with cooling water in the summer and
heating water in the winter
• GT1 is located where hot or cold water always circulates
• Summer: If the room temperature T2 is higher than
the water temperature T1 the valve opens for a cooling
load.
• Winter: If the room temperature T2 is lower than the
water temperature T1 the valve opens for a heating
load.
• GT1 is connected to the regulator as an external temperature sensor
• In SWICCT or SuperWISE (See figures below) you tell
the regulator that the sensor is to be used for the
Change-Over function.
• GT2 is the temperature sensor which is located in the
ADAPT Parasol’s sensor module
• NOTE! The valve actuator must be connected to the
regulator's cooling output.
ADAPT Parasol
Room
In SWICCT you make the change in one of these places, either under “Input configuration” or “External temperature
sensor use”. Irrespective of where you make the change, the other changes automatically.
External temperature sensor use
Input configuration
Input 1 usage
Input 3 usage
Input 4 usage
Occ. mode
Change over temperature
Change over temperature
Not used
Room temperature
Change over temperature
Temperature (read only)
Window contact NO
Window contact NC
Not used
Room temperature
Change over temperature
Temperature (read only)
Window contact NO
Window contact NC
The input’s function can also be changed via SuperWISE:
Other parameters
Analogue input 1
Extern temp.
Analogue input 2
Analogue input 3
Select value:
Non active
Non active
Extern temp. room
Extern temp. ChOv
Extern temp. reading
Window contact NO
Cancel
OC
Window contact NC
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Control of the lighting
Use of analogue output to switch an external relay
The regulator's analogue outputs no. 13 or 19 (see page
16) can be used to switch an external relay for lighting.
The output is really intended to control actuators or
internal dampers, but when 10V is fed on the output for
occupancy (assuming that the output is configured 2-step,
i.e. 0% output signal for unoccupied and 100% output
for occupancy) lighting can also be managed for example
by means of an external relay.
Note that this is an alternative use of the output, which
means no intelligence for lighting control is connected to
this.
For more information and assistance with connections
contact the factory.
Start-up and Zero point calibration
During initial start-up after a power failure and for zero
point calibration, the internal damper will open to fully
open to read the current duct pressure in this position.
The damper is open for a few minutes and then closes
and then start normal regulation of the airflow.
For zero point calibration, close the damper, the pressure
sensor actual value is reset and then the start-up procedure is performed as above.
Calibration is activated via SuperWISE, SWICCT or via
Modbus.
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Two-step cooling/two step heating
The function two-step cooling means that both actuator outputs are used for cooling, this in order to supplement with
extra cooling on output number two when the cooling on output number one is not sufficient.
For 0-50% of the cooling load, 100% is put on one output and for a 50-100% cooling load is 100% output signal is
put on both outputs.
Note that in this case the voltage is on both outputs simultaneously, which can affect the choice of transformer.
The above applies in the same way in two-step heating.
Also note that only cooling or heating can be regulated according to the two-step principle when the same outputs are
used.
The corresponding settings can be made on the analogue outputs for e.g. 0-10V actuators
Output configuration
Digital output 1(21)
Water cooling primary sequence 
Analogue output 1(19) Not used
Digital output 2(18)
Water cooling secondary sequence 
Analogue output 2(16) Not used

Not used

Digital output 3(15)
0-100%

Analogue output 3(13) Variable
50-100%

Output configuration
Digital output 1(21)
Water heating primary sequence 
Analogue output 1(19) Not used
Digital output 2(18)
Water heating secondary sequence 
Analogue output 2(16) Not used

Not used

Digital output 3(15)
Analogue output 3(13) Variable
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Modbus register
Coils
0x0001
Emergency
GIL_B_EMERGENCY
0x0002
BOOT (first write parameters)
GIL_B_BOOT
0x0003
Force parameter write
GIL_B_PRM_FORCE_WRITE
0x0004
Clear all alarms
GIL_B_CLEAR_ALARMS
0x0005
Holiday
GIL_B_HOLIDAY
0x0006
SNC
GIL_B_SUMMER_NIGHT_COOL
0x0007
Zero calibration demand to pressure sensor
GIL_B_ZERO_CAL_DEMAND
0x0008
Man valve test
GIL_B_VALVE_TEST
0x0009
Man vent boost
GIL_B_VENT_BOOST_MAN
0x0010
Reset temperature offset.
GIL_B_RESET_SM_TEMP_OFFSET
0x0011
Water actuator STOP
GIL_B_VALVE_STOP
0x0012
Air quality active UnOcc
GIL_B_VOC_NOOCC_USE
0x0013
Group occupancy
GIL_B_OCCUPANCY_GROUP
0x0014
Cold draught protection active in unoccupied mode
GIL_B_COLDDRAFTPROT_UNOCC
Input status
AC power supply.
GIL_B_AC_SUPPLY
Discrete air hatch open (fixed)
GIL_B_DISCAIR_FIXED
1x0003
Discrete air hatch open (pulsing)
GIL_B_DISCAIR_PAUSPULSE
1x0004
Discrete air hatch Parasol slave
GIL_B_DISCAIR_PARASOL
1x0005
Air flow forced
GIL_B_AIRFLOW_FORCE
1x0006
Vent boost active
GIL_B_VENTILATION_BOOST
1x0007
Valve exercise active
GIL_B_WAT_VALVE_EXERCISE
1x0008
Condensation
GIL_B_CONDENSATION
1x0009
Digital in (IN4)
GIL_B_DIN_1
1x0010
Window open
GIL_B_WINDOW_OPEN
1x0011
Occupancy incl delays
GIL_B_OCCUPANCY
1x0012
Occupancy SM 1
GIL_B_OCC_SM_1
1x0013
Occupancy SM 2
GIL_B_OCC_SM_2
1x0014
Occupancy SM 3
GIL_B_OCC_SM_3
1x0015
Occupancy SM 4
GIL_B_OCC_SM_4
1x0016
Occupancy SM 5
GIL_B_OCC_SM_5
1x0017
Occupancy SM 6
GIL_B_OCC_SM_6
1x0018
Occupancy SM 7
GIL_B_OCC_SM_7
1x0019
Occupancy SM 8
GIL_B_OCC_SM_8
1x0020
Occupancy SM 9
GIL_B_OCC_SM_9
1x0021
Occupancy SM 10
GIL_B_OCC_SM_10
1x0022
Change over Heat present
GIL_B_CHOV2_HEAT_SUPPLY
1x0023
Change over Cool present
GIL_B_CHOV2_COOL_SUPPLY
1x0024
Digital out 1 status
GIL_B_DOUT1_STATUS
1x0025
Digital out 2 status
GIL_B_DOUT2_STATUS
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1x0001
1x0002
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Input status
1x0026
Digital out 3 status
GIL_B_DOUT3_STATUS
1x1000
Sum alarm for functional alarms
GIL_B_ALRACT_FUNC_ALR
1x1001
Sum alarm for comfort alarms
GIL_B_ALRACT_COMF_ALR
1x1002
Supply voltage low
GIL_B_ALARM_1
1x1003
Supply voltage critical low
GIL_B_ALARM_2
1x1004
Ext temp missing
GIL_B_ALARM_3
1x1005
Ext temp error
GIL_B_ALARM_4
1x1006
Condensation sensor error
GIL_B_ALARM_5
1x1007
SM temp sensor error
GIL_B_ALARM_6
1x1008
SM button error
GIL_B_ALARM_7
1x1009
CO2 sensor missing
GIL_B_ALARM_8
1x1010
VOC Error
GIL_B_ALARM_9
1x1011
Low pressure
GIL_B_ALARM_10
1x1012
GIL_B_ALARM_11
1x1013
GIL_B_ALARM_12
1x1014
GIL_B_ALARM_13
1x1015
GIL_B_ALARM_14
1x1016
GIL_B_ALARM_15
1x1017
GIL_B_ALARM_16
1x1018
SM comm error
GIL_B_ALARM_17
1x1019
Slave comm error
GIL_B_ALARM_18
1x1020
Pressure sensor comm error
GIL_B_ALARM_19
1x1021
VOC sensor comm error
GIL_B_ALARM_20
1x1022
No master request (slave)
GIL_B_ALARM_21
1x1023
Slave incompatible version
GIL_B_ALARM_22
1x1024
GIL_B_ALARM_23
1x1025
GIL_B_ALARM_24
1x1026
Heating comfort alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_25
1x1027
Cooling comfort alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_26
1x1028
Temp. Setpoint overlap alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_27
1x1029
Air quality comfort alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_28
1x1030
Condensation
GIL_B_ALARM_29
1x1031
GIL_B_ALARM_30
1x1032
GIL_B_ALARM_31
1x1033
GIL_B_ALARM_32
1x1034
24 V Out 1 overload error
GIL_B_ALARM_33
1x1035
24 V Out 2 overload error
GIL_B_ALARM_34
1x1036
24 V Out 3 overload error
GIL_B_ALARM_35
1x1037
GIL_B_ALARM_36
1x1038
GIL_B_ALARM_37
1x1039
GIL_B_ALARM_38
1x1040
GIL_B_ALARM_39
1x1041
GIL_B_ALARM_40
1x1042
Slave input sum alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_41
1x1043
Slave output sum alarm
GIL_B_ALARM_42
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Input status
GIL_B_ALARM_43
1x1045
GIL_B_ALARM_44
1x1046
GIL_B_ALARM_45
1x1047
GIL_B_ALARM_46
1x1048
GIL_B_ALARM_47
1x1049
GIL_B_ALARM_48
1x1050
GIL_B_ALARM_49
1x1051
GIL_B_ALARM_50
1x1052
GIL_B_ALARM_51
1x1053
GIL_B_ALARM_52
1x1054
GIL_B_ALARM_53
1x1055
GIL_B_ALARM_54
1x1056
GIL_B_ALARM_55
1x1057
GIL_B_ALARM_56
1x1058
GIL_B_ALARM_57
1x1059
GIL_B_ALARM_58
1x1060
GIL_B_ALARM_59
1x1061
GIL_B_ALARM_60
1x1062
GIL_B_ALARM_61
1x1063
GIL_B_ALARM_62
1x1064
GIL_B_ALARM_63
1x1065
GIL_B_ALARM_64
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1x1044
Input register
3x0001
Component Name ID
GIL_N_DEVICE_ID_IR_COPY_S16
3x0002
Bootloader revision
GIL_N_BOOT_REV_S16
3x0003
SW revision
GIL_N_SW_REV_S16
3x0004
HW revision
GIL_N_HW_REV_S16
3x0005
Serial number 1
GIL_N_SNR_1
3x0006
Serial number 2
GIL_N_SNR_2
3x0007
Serial number 3
GIL_N_SNR_3
3x0008
Serial number 4
GIL_N_SNR_4
3x0009
Serial number 5
GIL_N_SNR_5
3x0010
Serial number 6
GIL_N_SNR_6
3x0011
Serial number 7
GIL_N_SNR_7
3x0012
Serial number 8
GIL_N_SNR_8
3x0018
Application id
GIL_N_APPLICATION_ID_IR_S16
3x0020
Number of connected sensor modules.
GIL_N_SM_S16
3x0021
Number of connected slaves
GIL_N_SLAVES_S16
3x0022
Occupancy SM (bit code)
GIL_F_OCC_SM_S16
3x0023
Output current
GIL_MA_CURRENT_S16
3x0024
Pressure
GIL_DPA_FLOW_S16
3x0025
CO2 ppm
GIL_PPM_CO2_S16
3x0026
VOC ppm
GIL_PPM_VOC_S16
3x0027
RH %
GIL_PCT_RH_S16
3x0028
Temperature from VOC sensor
GIL_DEGC_VOC_S16
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Input register
3x0029
Input status mirror
GIL_F_INPUTSTATUS1_S16
3x0030
Input status mirror
GIL_F_INPUTSTATUS2_S16
3x0031
Supply voltage
GIL_V_SUPPLY_S16
3x0032
Device state
GIL_E_DEVICE_STATE_S16
3x0033
Actual mean airflow.
GIL_LPS_AIRFLOW_S16
3x0034
Temp Ext
GIL_DEGC_EXT_S16
3x0035
Condensation
GIL_B_CONDENSATION_S16
3x0036
Alarm 1-16
GIL_F_ALARM_1_16_S16
3x0037
Alarm 17-32
GIL_F_ALARM_17_32_S16
3x0038
Alarm 33-48
GIL_F_ALARM_33_48_S16
3x0039
Alarm 49-64
GIL_F_ALARM_49_64_S16
3x0040
Slave id for first Slave active alarm
GIL_N_SLAVE_ALARM_ID_S16
3x0041
SM id for first SM active alarm
GIL_N_SM_ALARM_ID_S16
3x0042
Alarm 1-16 history
GIL_F_ALR_HIST_1_16_S16
3x0043
Alarm 17-32 history
GIL_F_ALR_HIST_17_32_S16
3x0044
Alarm 33-48 history
GIL_F_ALR_HIST_33_48_S16
3x0045
Alarm 49-64 history
GIL_F_ALR_HIST_49_64_S16
3x0046
Analogue input (IN3)
GIL_MV_IN_0_10_S16
3x0047
Digital output 1.
GIL_PCT_DIG_OUT_1_S16
3x0048
Digital output 2.
GIL_PCT_DIG_OUT_2_S16
3x0049
Digital output 3.
GIL_PCT_DIG_OUT_3_S16
3x0050
Analogue output 1.
GIL_PCT_ANA_OUT_1_S16
3x0051
Analogue output 2.
GIL_PCT_ANA_OUT_2_S16
3x0052
Analogue output 3.
GIL_PCT_ANA_OUT_3_S16
3x0053
Room temp
GIL_DEGC_ROOM_S16
3x0054
Room temp setpoint
GIL_DEGC_ROOM_SP_S16
3x0055
Temp Low limit
GIL_PCT_TMP_REG_LOLIM_S16
3x0056
Temp Hi limit
GIL_PCT_TMP_REG_HILIM_S16
3x0057
Temp load
GIL_PCT_TMP_LOAD_S16
3x0058
Temp setpoint offset Occ
GIL_DEGC_SP_OFFSET_S16
3x0059
Sensor module setpoint offset
GIL_N_SM_SP_OFFSET_S16
3x0060
Temp Slave controller 1
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_1_S16
3x0061
Temp Slave controller 2
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_2_S16
3x0062
Temp Slave controller 3
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_3_S16
3x0063
Temp Slave controller 4
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_4_S16
3x0064
Temp Slave controller 5
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_5_S16
3x0065
Temp Slave controller 6
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_6_S16
3x0066
Temp Slave controller 7
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_7_S16
3x0067
Temp Slave controller 8
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_8_S16
3x0068
Temp Slave controller 9
GIL_DEGC_SLAVE_9_S16
3x0069
Temp SM1
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_1_S16
3x0070
Temp SM2
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_2_S16
3x0071
Temp SM3
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_3_S16
3x0072
Temp SM4
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_4_S16
3x0073
Temp SM5
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_5_S16
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Input register
3x0074
Temp SM6
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_6_S16
3x0075
Temp SM7
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_7_S16
3x0076
Temp SM8
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_8_S16
3x0077
Temp SM9
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_9_S16
3x0078
Temp SM10
GIL_DEGC_SENSOR_MODULE_10_S16
3x0079
Air flow load
GIL_PCT_AIRFLOW_LOAD_S16
3x0080
Air flow setpoint
GIL_LPS_AIRFLOW_SP_S16
3x0081
Air flow moving average
GIL_LPS_AIRFLOW_AVG_S16
3x0082
Air quality load
GIL_PCT_VOC_AIRFLOW_LOAD_S16
3x0083
Air quality
GIL_PPM_AIRQ_S16
3x0084
Damper signal
GIL_PCT_AIRFLOW_FORCE_S16
3x0085
Airflow control signal
GIL_PCT_AIRFLOW_CNTRL_S16
3x0086
Air flow Slave controller 1
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_1_S16
3x0087
Air flow Slave controller 2
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_2_S16
3x0088
Air flow Slave controller 3
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_3_S16
3x0089
Air flow Slave controller 4
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_4_S16
Air flow Slave controller 5
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_5_S16
Air flow Slave controller 6
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_6_S16
3x0092
Air flow Slave controller 7
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_7_S16
3x0093
Air flow Slave controller 8
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_8_S16
3x0094
Air flow Slave controller 9
GIL_LPS_SLAVE_9_S16
3x0095
Air flow Modbus sensor, lps * 10.
GIL_LPS_AIRFLOW_MB_S16
3x0096
Water cooling regulator signal.
GIL_PCT_WAT_COOLING_S16
3x0097
Water heating regulator signal.
GIL_PCT_WAT_HEATING_S16
3x0098
Airflow demand signal
GIL_PCT_FLOWDEMAND_S16
3x0099
Air flow setpoint master regulator
GIL_LPS_AIRFLOW_REG_SP_S16
3x0100
Pressure slave 1
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_1_S16
3x0101
Pressure slave 2
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_2_S16
3x0102
Pressure slave 3
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_3_S16
3x0103
Pressure slave 4
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_4_S16
3x0104
Pressure slave 5
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_5_S16
3x0105
Pressure slave 6
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_6_S16
3x0106
Pressure slave 7
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_7_S16
3x0107
Pressure slave 8
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_8_S16
3x0108
Pressure slave 9
GIL_DPA_FLOW_SLAVE_9_S16
3x0109
Pressure duct
GIL_DPA_FLOW_DUCT_S16
3x0110
Master min airflow
GIL_LPS_MIN_DEVICE_S16
3x0111
Master max airflow
GIL_LPS_MAX_DEVICE_S16
3x0112
VOC error status
GIL_F_VOC_ERROR_STATUS_S16
3x0160
Min airflow
GIL_LPS_MIN_AIRFLOW_S16
3x0161
Max airflow
GIL_LPS_MAX_AIRFLOW_S16
3x0162
Minutes since last calibration
GIL_MIN_DUCT_CAL_S16
3x0200
Uptime year
GIL_Y_UPTIME_S16
3x0201
Uptime hours
GIL_H_UPTIME_S16
3x0202
Uptime minutes
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3x0090
3x0091
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Holding register
4x0001
Component Name ID
GIL_N_DEVICE_ID_S16
4x0002
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_1_S16
4x0003
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_2_S16
4x0004
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_3_S16
4x0005
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_4_S16
4x0006
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_5_S16
4x0007
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_6_S16
4x0008
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_7_S16
4x0009
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_8_S16
4x0010
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_9_S16
4x0011
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_10_S16
4x0012
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_11_S16
4x0013
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_12_S16
4x0014
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_13_S16
4x0015
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_14_S16
4x0016
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_15_S16
4x0017
Component name
GIL_ASCII_NAME_16_S16
4x0018
Application ID
GIL_N_APPLICATION_ID_S16
4x0019
Controller Modbus address
GIL_N_BMS_MODBUS_ID_S16
4x0020
Baud rate
GIL_E_BMS_BAUDRATE_S16
4x0021
Parity
GIL_E_BMS_PARITY_S16
4x0022
Stop bits
GIL_N_BMS_STOPBITS_S16
4x0023
Slave id
GIL_N_SLAVE_ID_S16
4x0024
Identification number
GIL_N_IDENTIFICATION_S16
4x0025
Controller type
GIL_E_CONTROLLER_TYPE_S16
4x0026
App AO1
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_1_APP_S16
4x0027
App AO2
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_2_APP_S16
4x0028
App AO3
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_3_APP_S16
4x0029
App DO1
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_1_APP_S16
4x0030
App DO2
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_2_APP_S16
4x0031
App DO3
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_3_APP_S16
4x0032
Input 1 usage
GIL_E_IN1USE_S16
4x0033
Input 3 usage
GIL_E_IN3USE_S16
4x0034
Input 4 usage
GIL_E_IN4USE_S16
4x0035
Room temperature sensor use.
GIL_E_ROOM_TEMP_SENS_USE_S16
4x0036
Occ mode
GIL_E_OCC_MODE_S16
4x0037
Occ off delay
GIL_S_OCC_OFF_DELAY_S16
4x0038
Occ on delay
GIL_S_OCC_ON_DELAY_S16
4x0039
Occupancy trig level
GIL_N_PIR_LEVEL_S16
4x0040
Commissioning mode.
GIL_E_COMMISSIONINGMODE_S16
4x0041
Commissioning max time
GIL_H_MAXCOMMISSIONING_S16
4x0042
Setpoint Cool Occ
GIL_DEGC_SP_HI_OCC_S16
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Holding register
4x0043
Setpoint Heat Occ
GIL_DEGC_SP_LO_OCC_S16
4x0044
Setpoint Cool UnOcc
GIL_DEGC_SP_HI_NO_OCC_S16
4x0045
Setpoint Heat UnOcc
GIL_DEGC_SP_LO_NO_OCC_S16
4x0046
Setpoint Cool SNC
GIL_DEGC_SP_HI_SNC_S16
4x0047
Setpoint Heat SNC
GIL_DEGC_SP_LO_SNC_S16
4x0048
Setpoint Cool Holiday
GIL_DEGC_SP_HI_HOLID_S16
4x0049
Setpoint Heat Holiday
GIL_DEGC_SP_LO_HOLID_S16
4x0050
Room temperature offset
GIL_DEGC_ROOM_OFFSET_S16
4x0051
SM SP offset step size
GIL_DEGC_SP_OFFSET_STEP_S16
4x0052
Cooling boost delay
GIL_MIN_TWO_STEP_COOL_DELAY_S16
4x0053
Heating boost delay
GIL_MIN_TWO_STEP_HEAT_DELAY_S16
4x0054
Change over 2 act temp
GIL_DEGC_CHOV2_ACTUAL_S16
4x0055
Heat type
GIL_E_HEATTYPE_S16
4x0056
Air flow max
GIL_LPS_MAX_S16
4x0057
Air flow min Occ
GIL_LPS_MIN_OCC_S16
4x0058
Air flow min UnOcc
GIL_LPS_MIN_UNOCC_S16
Air flow min Holiday
GIL_LPS_MIN_HOLIDAY_S16
Air flow moving average time (hours).
GIL_H_AIRFLOW_AVG_S16
4x0062
Low pressure alarm limit
GIL_DPA_LOW_PRESSURE_LIMIT_S16
4x0063
Vent boost delay
GIL_H_VENT_BOOST_DELAY_S16
4x0064
Vent boost time
GIL_MIN_VENT_BOOST_S16
4x0065
Valve exercise interval
GIL_H_VALVE_EXC_INT_S16
4x0066
Min pressure for cooling
GIL_DPA_MIN_COOLING_S16
4x0067
Air cooling sequence
GIL_E_AIRCOOLING_SEQUENCE
4x0068
K-factor on closed damper
GIL_K_FLOW_CLOSED_S16
4x0069
K-factor on open damper
GIL_K_FLOW_OPEN_S16
4x0070
Heating P-band
GIL_DEGC_PBAND_HEAT_S16
4x0071
Cooling P-band
GIL_DEGC_PBAND_COOL_S16
4x0072
Heating I-time
GIL_MIN_ITIME_HEAT_S16
4x0073
Cooling I-time
GIL_MIN_ITIME_COOL_S16
4x0076
P-band airflow regulator
GIL_LPS_AFR_PBAND_S16
4x0077
I-time airflow regulator
GIL_S_AFR_ITIME_S16
4x0079
Change over 2 hyst temp
GIL_DEGC_CHOV2_HYST_S16
4x0080
Change over 4 low limit
GIL_V_CHOV4_DEADZ_LOLIM_S16
4x0081
Change over 4 hi limit
GIL_V_CHOV4_DEADZ_HILIM_S16
4x0082
Internal LED mode
GIL_E_INTLED_MODE
4x0083
SM offset LED mode
GIL_E_SM_OFLED_S16
4x0084
SM offset LED active
GIL_S_SM_OFLED_ACTIVE_S16
4x0085
SM LED brightness active
GIL_PCT_SM_BRIGHTN_ACT_S16
4x0086
SM LED brightness inactive
GIL_PCT_SM_BRIGHTN_INACT_S16
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4x0059
4x0061
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Holding register
4x0088
Damper action emergency
GIL_E_EMERGENCY_ACTION_S16
4x0089
Air quality low limit ppm
GIL_PPM_AIRQ_LOLIM_S16
4x0090
Air quality high limit ppm
GIL_PPM_AIRQ_HILIM_S16
4x0091
PPM/V for CO2 or VOC analogue sensor
GIL_PPM_PER_VOLT_S16
4x0092
VOC sensor use
GIL_E_VOCUSE_S16
4x0093
Low lim AO1
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_1_LOLIM_S16
4x0094
Hi lim AO1
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_1_HILIM_S16
4x0095
Low lim AO2
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_2_LOLIM_S16
4x0096
Hi lim AO2
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_2_HILIM_S16
4x0097
Low lim AO3
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_3_LOLIM_S16
4x0098
Hi lim AO3
GIL_V_ANA_OUT_3_HILIM_S16
4x0099
Coil mirror
GIL_F_COIL_S16
4x0100
Modbus master delay time
GIL_MS_MODB_DELAY_S16
4x0101
Restore settings (write 1111)
GIL_N_RESTORE_SETTINGS_S16
4x0102
Save settings (write 2222)
GIL_N_SAVE_SETTINGS_S16
4x0103
Airflow demand min
GIL_LPS_FLOWDEMAND_MIN_S16
4x0104
Airflow demand max
GIL_LPS_FLOWDEMAND_MAX_S16
4x0105
EA offset
GIL_PCT_EA_OFFSET_S16
4x0106
Digital out 1 option
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_1_OPTION_S16
4x0107
Digital out 2 option
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_2_OPTION_S16
4x0108
Digital out 3 option
GIL_E_DIG_OUT_3_OPTION_S16
4x0109
Analogue out 1 option
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_1_OPTION_S16
4x0110
Analogue out 2 option
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_2_OPTION_S16
4x0111
Analogue out 3 option
GIL_E_ANA_OUT_3_OPTION_S16
4x0112
Ignore Occupancy SM (bit code)
GIL_F_OCC_SM_IGNORE_S16
4x0113
Slave air function
GIL_E_AIR_SLAVEFUNC_S16
4x0114
Air-water-air breakpoint A
GIL_PCT_COOLSEQ_A_S16
4x0115
Air-water-air breakpoint B
GIL_PCT_COOLSEQ_B_S16
4x0116
Cold draught protection level
GIL_PCT_COLDDRAFTPROT_S16
4x0117
Cold draught protection limit to turn off
GIL_PCT_COLDDRAFTPROTLIMIT_S16
4x0118
Actuator period time
GIL_S_PWM_PERIOD_S16
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Trouble shooting
Alarm List
Type of alarm
Probable cause
Alarm no.
Type of alarm
Comment
Alarm 1
Supply voltage low
Low supply voltage, undersized transformer, voltage drop in long
cables. Risk of reduced function
Alarm 2
Supply voltage critical low
See above, large risk of reduced function
Alarm 3
Ext temp missing
Temp. sensor not connected
Alarm 4
Ext temp error
Temp. sensor defective
Alarm 5
Condensation sensor error
Condensation sensor defective
Alarm 6
SM temp sensor error
SM temp sensor defective
Alarm 7
SM button error
SM temp button defective
Alarm 8
CO2 sensor missing
CO2 sensor not connected
Alarm 9
VOC Error
VOC sensors, incorrect value
Alarm 10
Low pressure
One of the pressure sensors measure a pressure below the permitted
Alarm 17
SM comm error
Communication error sensor module, check addressing
Alarm 18
Slave comm error
Slave unit not connected
Alarm 19
Pressure sensor comm error
Communication error pressure sensor, check addressing of the pressure
sensor
Alarm 20
VOC sensor comm error
VOC sensor not connected
Alarm 21
No master request (slave)
The slave unit cannot find a Master to relate to.
Alarm 22
Slave incompatible version
Software version in slave unit is different to the one in the master unit
Alarm 25
Heating comfort alarm
Room setpoint cannot be reached, even though the output to the heating actuator has been 100% for x minutes
Alarm 26
Cooling comfort alarm
Room setpoint cannot be reached, even though the output to the cooling actuator has been 100% for x minutes
Alarm 27
Temp. Setpoint overlap alarm
Overlapping set values for temperature
Alarm 28
Air quality comfort alarm
Permitted PPM value exceeded during x minutes
Alarm 29
Condensation
The condensation sensor has made the circuit, condensate water or
short circuit
Alarm 33
24 V Out 1 overload error
Overloaded output
Alarm 34
24 V Out 2 overload error
Overloaded output
Alarm 35
24 V Out 3 overload error
Overloaded output
Alarm 41
Slave input sum alarm
Input alarm from slave unit
Alarm 42
Slave output sum alarm
Output alarm from slave unit
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