TUNE Adapt User guide Version: 5.2 20111005 Art: 1545 197 TUNE Adapt 1 TUNE Adapt Figure 1. To open the sensor module, use a screw driver. Be careful when reinstalling the module to avoid damaging the positioning pins. Description TUNE Adapt is a hand-held terminal for setting and viewing the readings of all ADAPT products. TUNE Adapt is powered by the product it is connected to. Tune Adapt is supplied as standard with display in ﬁve languages: Swedish, English, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian. The compatibility of the various versions of the ADAPT controller is as follows: hand-held units of later version cannot read older versions of ADAPT controllers, hand-held units of older version can always read the newer ADAPT controllers, however the newer variables will then be lacking in the hand-held micro terminal. When the hand-held unit is connected to ADAPT products, communication with SuperWISE / BMS is interrupted. The hand-held terminal must not be mistaken for the terminal supplied with the GOLD air handling unit, which runs a different software Keypad functions The arrow keys are used for advancing up and down in the menus. To change to an underlying menu press “ENTER”. In the menus for entering settings, you must immediately press ”enter” again to come to the image where you can change the variables. All the variables that can be changed will then be highlighted. The +/- keys are used for increasing or decreasing the values. The values are changed immediately in the ADAPT products, without having to press ”ENTER”. Press “X” to return to the previous menu. The display can shown only four lines with text. In the descriptions that follow, the menus below are displayed in a fainter tone. The menus appear more distinctly as you press the arrow “down" key. There is a small red LED to the side of the ”ENTER”-key. When it shines/ﬂashes, either communication is broken or the connected ADAPT product is being 0-calibrated. Wait a minute or two and then reconnect TUNE Adapt Figure 2. TUNE Adapt can be connected to the air diffuser using the RJ12 contact on the circuit card. Table 1*) TUNE Adapt version Adapt version for air diffusers and dampers Version code in the controller TUNE Aa 3 3 3 TUNE Ab 4 4 4 or 256 TUNE Ac 5 5 768 TUNE Ac 5.2 5.1 1024-1025 TUNE Ac 5.2 5 .2 1 2 80 *) Table 1, Compatibility A TUNE Adapt hand-held terminal can always read data in a controller with higher version number. The reverse is not possible. 5 to 5.2 can read one another’s data. See the note for certain deviations in the descriptions. 2 Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. Figure 3. TUNE Adapt can be connected directly to the single contact on the side in the duct dampers. 20111005 www.swegon.com TUNE Adapt The display screen The uppermost line always shows the Swegon headline, on later versions the program version for the hand unit is shown as well. The line with highlighted text is the selected line you can advance to by pressing the ”enter button”. The pile to the right indicates whether there are more menu lines below that you can access by navigating downward. The black ﬁeld at the lower edge shows that there are menu lines below. The contrary applies if there is a black ﬁeld at the upper edge. * SWEGON Supply air temp Shows the value of the built-in temperature sensor. In certain applications such as ADAPT Damper if the extract air, the temperature cannot be shown, the value -1 is then given. TUNE A V5.2 * USER MENU ALARM MENU LANGUAGE CAC If Clean Air Control is enabled, the air quality value and the corresponding recalculated CO2 value in ppm are shown here. Good air quality corresponds here to a CAC value that is lower than 35%. Descriptions of the menus The input menu for start up. The image shows all the functions that are available from the start menu. Press enter to advance to the menu selected. Cooling (Cooling load) Shows the value of the cooling load 0-100%, 0% corresponds to the min. ﬂow when in vacancy or the occupancy ﬂow position, 100% corresponds to the max. ﬂow. When secondary cooling is activated, the range extends to 0-200%, where the 100-200 range shows the opening degree of the cooling valve. User Menu TUNE A V5.2 * USER MENU ALARM MENU LANGUAGE ADVANCED MENU Heating (Heating load) – from version 4 The heating load in % is shown here if the controller is set for heating control. Heating control is time proportional which means that the valve is open only during that part of the time cycle to which the heat load corresponds, example: heating load 50%, the valve is open 50% of 350 s = 175 s. and then closed for 175 s. TEST MENU * USER MENU * AIRFLOW 000l/s AIRFLOW SET 000l/s ROOM TEMP 00.0g SUPPLY AIR TEMP 00.0g CO2 IN ROOM CAC LEVEL CAC CO2 EQUV 00% 0000ppm COOL VALUE 000% HEAT VALUE 000% HEAT VALVE POS 000% OCC TIME 00000h TOTAL TIME 00000h SW VERSION SERIAL NUMBER Heat Valve pos (Valve pos, later than version 3) The value of the valve output is shown here, which most often is equal to the heating load. If the cold down draught protection function is enabled, the heating load can be 0% while the valve output can be 20% for instance. 0000ppm Occ time (Time occupied) The controller has a time counter which automatically keeps track of time while premises are occupied. The function can e.g. be used for analysis of the cleaning interval, etc. Total time (Total runtime) The controller has a built-in operating time counter which is enabled as soon as the controller is powered. The counter automatically resets after 32767 hours, approx. 3.7 years. 0000 00000 Airﬂow The current airﬂow in l/s and the estimated set-point is shown here. In previous versions of the hand-held unit (v. 5), the actual value was wrongfully displayed instead of the set point value (“AIRFLOW SET”) Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. Sw version Current version of the software. Serial number The product serial number. 20111005 www.swegon.com 3 TUNE Adapt CO2 in room If DETECT Quality is connected and Application type is set to 2 the carbon dioxide value in the room is shown. Tune Adapt menu structures * SWEGON Room temp Shows the room temperature in °C regardless of whether the temperature is measured by the built-in sensor or a connected DETECT Temp. In certain applications, for example ADAPT Damper for supply air, the room temperature cannot be shown. The value -1 is given in this case. In ADAPT Damper, the extract air temperature can be one or two degrees higher than the representative room temperature. This should be taken into consideration when selecting the set points for the temperature settings. At startup ADAPT is preset to commissioning mode, set to max airﬂow, this can cause the room to get cold, see “TEST MENU”, last in this manual. TUNE Adapt Alarm menu These menus show the value 1 if something is abnormal in the ADAPT product. At the same time, the diode in the sensor module shines red. * SWEGON TUNE A V5.2 * USER MENU ALARM MENU LANGUAGE * ALARM MENU * ADVANCED MENU ALARM T E S TFUNCTION MENU DAMPER STROKE 0 M O T O R FAULT 0 PRESSURE SENSOR 0 ROOM TEMP 0 SUPPLY TEMP 0 WRONG SET POINTS 0 CAC SENSOR FAULT 0 COMFORT ALARM 0 TEMPERATURE 0 AIR QUALITY 0 CAC Sensor fault Indicates that the built-in sensor is faulty or is missing. Comfort alarm Activates the comfort control system and activates an alarm if the temperature or CO2 value deviates more than the preset limit values. Alarm Settings s Set time, displays how long the deviation has lasted before the alarm is activated. s Reset time, the period of time before the alarm is reset when the deviation no longer occurs. s Max Temp Dev, the temperature that has to be exceeded for activation of the alarm. s Max CO2 Dev, allowed CO2 deviation from the preset maximum CO2 setting (default 1000). An max. dev. setting of 200 as in the menu example in previous column activates the alarm if a value of 1200 is exceeded. ALARM SETTINGS SET TIME 60 RESET TIME 1 MAX TEMP DEV MAX CO2 DEV 2 200 Language menu Used for changing the language in TUNE Adapt. * SWEGON TUNE A V5.2 * Damper stroke When the controller is started up, a stroke check is carried out. If this check fails, an alarm is initiated. USER MENU ALARM MENU LANGUAGE Motor If the control function is not operating so that the motor can steer to the desired position within the length of damper stroke detected, an alarm is initiated. ADVANCED MENU TEST MENU * LANGUAGE MENU * Pressure sensor If the pressure sensor transmits unreasonable values or if communication to this sensor ceases, an alarm is initiated. ENGLISH SVENSKA SUOMI Room Temp Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor normally ﬁtted inside the sensor module. Supply Temp Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor normally ﬁtted in the supply airﬂow path inside the air diffuser. Wrong set point An alarm is initiated if the heating set point and cooling set point cross one another. The heating load must always be lower than the cooling set point. DANSK As standard, TUNE Adapt is supplied with text in ﬁve languages: s English, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian Scroll down to the language desired and press enter. Other available language combinations are as following: s English, Swedish, Russian and Polish*) s English, German, French and Dutch*) *) 4 Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. These variants must be ordered separately. 20111005 www.swegon.com TUNE Adapt Heat temp unocc (Heating temperature, unoccupied) The same function as for the occupancy temperature Advanced menu All the setting values can be changed in these menus. Calc setp (Calculated setpoint) The calculated setpoint for regulation is shown here as a mean value between the heating and cooling conditions. The value is dependant of the OCC or UNOCC modes. These temperature readings are shown when the unit is operating in the night-time cooling or morning heating mode. If TUNE Temp is connected, inﬂuence from this is displayed at ±3° from the calculated mean value. * SWEGON TUNE A V5.2 * ALARM MENU LANGUAGE ADVANCED MENU TEST MENU When you select the ADVANCED MENU, a warning is shown to remind you to be especially cautious; changing data in these menus could compromise the regulator function. Room temp dev (Room temperature deviation) The difference is shown here between the actual values and the preset set points for cooling/heating for occupancy or vacancy. When the room temperature is in the dead band, the value 0 is shown. If TUNE Temp is used for set point displacement, the change can be read in this menu only. Advanced Menu – Temperature Menu Example: Cooling set point 23°: if the room temperature is 22.5° the value 0,0 is shown on the nonconforming temperature line. Now if TUNE Temp knob is turned down as much as possible for reduced room temperature, the cooling set point will be 20° and the value 2.5° will then be shown. This means that it is 2.5° too warm in the room and the cooling control function will start. * ADVANCED MENU * TEMP MENU FLOW MENU PRESENCE (INT) COMMUNICATION External input The external input level 0-100% corresponds to the input function when an external control is used, see the Application Menu. APPLICATION MENU * TEMPERATURE MENU * COOL TEMP OCC 23° HEAT TEMP OCC 21° COOL TEMP UNOCC 25° HEAT TEMP UNOCC 20° CALC. SETP. Nightcool (Night-time cooling) Set point for night-time cooling. This set point applies when the night-time cooling function is enabled from a BMS and leads to boosting the airﬂow until the ﬂow reaches its preset max. airﬂow rate. 21.0° ROOM TEMP DEV 0.0° EXTERNAL INPUT 100% NIGHTCOOL 18° MORNING HEAT 25° HEAT VALVE TIME 350sec SUPPLY TEMP DIF ±10K Morning heat Set value for morning time heating of premises when the function is enabled from a BMS. Heat valve time This time is the normal time it takes for a thermal actuator to open completely from the cold position. The time is used for the time proportional opening when the heating load is <100%. Cool temp occ (Cooling temperature, occupied) The temperature at which cooling control begins. If the system has sufﬁcient capacity, this will be the maximum room temperature in the cooling mode. Heat temp occ (Heating temperature, occupied) The temperature at which heating control begins. This will be the room’s lowest temperature if the ADAPT product steers heating control. If this does not take place, the value is insigniﬁcant. Cool temp unocc (Cooling temperature, unoccupied) The same function as for the occupancy temperature. Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. If the ADAPT controller is to control electric heating via semi-conductor relay the time should be set to max. 60 sec. Supply temp diff Speciﬁes the limit for acceptable supply air temperature in relation to room temperature is speciﬁed. A positive value allows fans to accelerate in order to increase the airﬂow for cooling. This can only be achieved if the supply air temperature is lower than the preset limit. A negative value allows supply air temperature to be higher than desired need for cooling or heating with air, i.e. increased air ﬂow with supply air warmer than room temperature. The default is set to -10 which in practice means that the function is switched off. 20111005 www.swegon.com 5 TUNE Adapt In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the ﬁrst menu line. In the image, this value is: COOL TEMP OCC. TUNE Adapt Advanced Menu – Airﬂow In order to be able to change a value, you must highlight it by pressing enter on the ﬁrst menu line. In the image, this is: OCCUPANCY. Zero calibration can be carried out, however this requires that you are sure that there is no airﬂow. It will not help to force the damper to close. 0-calibration has been carried out at the factory prior to delivery. * ADVANCED MENU * TEMPERATURE AIRFLOW Damper pos (Damper position) The current damper blade position can be read here. When commissioning, make sure that this value is at least 85% open for the design room in the zone. OCCUPANCY (INT) COMMUNICATION * AIR FLOW * APPLICATION OCCUPIEDMENU MIN 10l/s MAX 40l/s UNOCCUPIED MIN 5l / s EL. DUCT AIR HEATER MIN 0l / s PRESSURE SENSOR FLOW PRESS 45.2Pa 0-CALIBARTION 00.0P a DAMPER POS DAMPER STROKE 100% 55 mm SLAVE OUTPUT 0% CO2 MIN SET MAX SET Pressure sensor The current ﬂow pressure can be read here. This pressure is almost identical to the static pressure drop across the air diffuser. 800ppm 1000ppm PPM PER VOLT 200 CAC SET POINTS CAC MIN SET 25% CAC MAX SET 35% Damper stroke The detected stroke in millimetres for the product is shown here. Slave output Shows the slave output ﬂow level: 0% is minimum or vacancy ﬂow, 100% corresponds to the maximum airﬂow. CO2 Under this menu, set the limit values for the proportional airﬂow control function in relation to the CO2 value. Control starts from the minimum set point and proportionally increases to 100% airﬂow for the maximum set point. ppm per Volt This is the interpretive value of the input signal from the CO2 sensor. This is normally 200 ppm/V. CAC MIN. The lower limit where the airﬂow increase starts for ventilation to remove impurities. CAC MAX. The upper limit where the airﬂow has reached its max. value. Occupancy min/max The airﬂows to be used for the relevant room can be set here. If the product is marked with a “default” in the designation, then it is a product from stock with standard settings that probably are not applicable to the current installation. Unoccupied The airﬂow for vacancy of occupants El. duct air heater If this value which only applies to Version 5.1 or later is activated i.e. is set to a value higher than 0 l/s, the controller will interpret this setting as an indication that the heating coil is located in the supply air duct. If heating is required, the min. airﬂow will then be increased to the preset value. The preset airﬂow should be set to the setting that the air heater requires as its min. airﬂow. 6 Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. 20111005 www.swegon.com TUNE Adapt Advanced Menu – Occupancy (INT) Advanced Menu – Communication In order to be able to change a value, you must highlight it by pressing enter on the ﬁrst menu line. In the image, this is: Occupancy. In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the ﬁrst menu line. In the image, this is: Modbus address. If the product is connected to the Super WISE system, the setting should always be 38.4 – NONE – 1. * ADVANCED MENU * TEMPERATURE * ADVANCED MENU * AIRFLOW OCCUPANCY (INT) AIRFLOW COMMUNICATION * OCCUPANCY (INT) * APPLICATION MENU OCC SENS LEV 0000 OCCUPANCY (INT) OCC STATUS 0 OCC STAT+DELAY 0 DELAY OFF DELAY ON COMMUNICATION APPLICATION MENU * COMMUNICATION * MODBUS ADDRESS 20m BAUDRATE 00s PARITY 000 38.4k NONE Occ sensor lev (Occupancy sensor level) Indicates the signal level from the built-in presence sensor. The limit value for detecting occupancy is 250. For ADAPT Damper with DETECT SME, the limit value is 100. Occ status*) Shows the momentary status from the built-in presence detector 1=occupancy. The value returns to 0 after 1 minute if no new occupancy has been detected. Occ stat + delay The occupancy situation including the delay. This value applies to the entire system of master/slave air diffusers that are interconnected. 1 TUNE Adapt STOP BITS Modbus address The address can be set to a value between 1-248. Baud rate The communication speed can be set to three levels: 9.6k - 19.2k - 38.4k. Parity The parity check can be set to: Even/Uneven/None. Stop bits Can be set either to 1 or 0. Delay off*) The time until the controller switches over to vacancy if no new occupancy has been detected. Delay on*) The switch on delay time must always be 0 if the lighting is to be controlled. Otherwise the value can appropriately be 30 s. *) Description refers to built in occupancy detector and is not valid for external detectors as DETECT O. “DELAY ON” and “DELAY OFF” should be set in the external detector, se separate instructions regarding this. “OCC STATUS” does not display any data from external detectors, only “OCC STAT + DELAY” is displayed as either 0 or 1. Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. 20111005 www.swegon.com 7 TUNE Adapt Advanced Menu – Application Menu In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the ﬁrst menu line. In the image, this is: APPLICATION. * ADVANCED MENU * OCCUPANCY (INT) Operation menu For setting the extra functions of the controller. 0 = Normal airborne cooling and radiator heat 1 = not controllod by this variable, see 0x0007 2 = not controllod by this variable, see 0x0008 3 = Airborne cooling and heating 4 = Two-step cooling with air and water in sequence, no heating is possible. COMMUNICATION APPLICATION MENU * APPLICATION MENU * APPLICATION 0 OPERATION MENU MODE 0 LED INDICATOR FUNCTION TEMP SENSOR USE TYPE 0 PRESENT COOL PROTECTION ACTIVE LEVEL 20% COOL LIMIT 50% VALVE EXERCISE 5d CAC USE NOT PRESENT VENT BOOST ON BOOST DELAY BOOST TIME 72h 5m CAC/CO2 AT UNOCC NOT ACTIVE Application Select the application that ﬁts the description. The application describes how the external control input on the master air diffuser should be used. The slave air diffuser should always have the value 3. 0 = Temperature control (ADAPT) 1 = External control with 0-10 V DC signal 2 = Temp. control (ADAPT) + CO2 (DETECT Q 0) 3 = Slave controller 4 = Set point switch, TUNE Temp 5 = External temp. sensor, DETECT Temp 8 Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. LED Colour Explanation Green, solid Normal functionality, also night cooling and morning heat Green, ﬂashing Startup or 0-calibration Orange, solid Commissioning mode, max. airﬂow Orange, ﬂashing Commissioning mode, min. airﬂow, forced emergency or occupancy Red, solid HEATING TIME INTERVAL LED function Here you can choose whether the LED should be out or used for indicating the functions, see the Alarm Menu. Supply voltage too low or calibration error Red, ﬂashing Detector error Red/Green, alternating Comfort alarm: too high/low room temperature or insufﬁcient air quality Temperature sensor use (from version 5) How the built-in temperature sensors should be used is adjusted with this variable. This function is programmed from the factory. 0 = ADAPT supply air diffuser and ADAPT Damper for supply air with DETECT SME or DETECT Temp. 1 = ADAPT Extract and Damper for extract air. 2 = ADAPT Damper for supply air. 3 = ADAPT Damper for extract air with DETECT Ta. Heat valve control (from version 4) If the ADAPT controller is to be used for controlling the radiators, this function must be enabled, however it cannot be combined with two-phase cooling. In the Ver. 3 ADAPT, change-over can only take place in Modbus via variable 0x0006. Cold down draught protection (from version 4) The controller can also control heating if there is no heating load. This function is used for reducing cold down draughts by the windows. The heating control feature will be enabled to the preset level, for example 20%, until the cooling load has reached 50%. 20111005 www.swegon.com TUNE Adapt Valve exercise (Software later than Version 4) This function applies only from Program Version 4. During the summer half of the year, the valves may need to be exercised so that they will not jam. The exercising feature can be enabled by setting the time between these occasions to >0. The time is expressed in 24-hour periods Exercising takes place by enabling the valve output for 10 minutes. The function is enabled as standard. CAC Use Activation of the built-in air quality sensor in ADAPT Damper on the extract air duct. Ventilation boost function Enables the function for forcing the airﬂow for a shorter time (5 minutes) when the ventilation system has operated in the vacant room mode longer than the preset time (72 hours). Emergency This menu can be used for testing the emergency function. It is also possible to set whether the event should be ”Close” or ”Open” as well as reversed function on the slave air diffusers. Set the Open or Close event in the master air diffuser. The reversed function for the slave air diffusers can only be set if TUNE Adapt is connected to each respective slave air diffuser. Do not forget to set USE to “OFF” when the test is completed. Test mode The damper position can be manually steered with this function to a ﬁxed value within 0-100%. Do not forget to reset the test mode to “OFF”. When the test mode is enabled, the LED shines orange. Test menu These menu functions are used for commissioning and performance checks. When you select the TEST MENU, a warning is shown to remind you to be especially cautious; changing any data in these menus could cause the control system to stop operating. * SWEGON TUNE A V5.2 * LANGUAGE Heat Valve test If activated the valve opens during 10 minutes. Serves to check the valve operation and to override the “ﬁrst-stop” function of the valve. ADVANCED MENU TEST MENU * TEST MENU * Night cooling This function is used to test the night cooling function, do not forget to set USE to “AUTO” after completing test. COMMISSIONING MODE MAX AIRFLOW AIRFLOW 000l/s EMERGENCY CONTROL MASTER SLAVE REVERS TEST MODE DAMPER POS MAN Occupancy The occupancy function can be forced here to AUTO or MAN. UNOCCUPIED or OCCUPANCY should be set in the manual mode. If the ADAPT Damper in the master version lacks a built-in presence detector, this value should be set to continuous OCCUPANCY if DETECT Occupancy is not connected. OFF CLOSE OFF Morning heat This function is used to test the morning heat function, do not forget to set USE to “AUTO” after completing test. N.B.: in TUNE Adapt version 5, this function was interchanged with “AUTO/MAN”! OFF 0% OCCUPANCY AUTO/MAN OCC/UNOCC HEAT VALVE TEST AUTO UNOCC OFF NIGHTCOOL AUTO/MAN AUTO MORNING HEAT AUTO/MAN Swegon reserves the right to alter speciﬁcations. AUTO 20111005 www.swegon.com 9 TUNE Adapt CAC/CO2-function for vacancy Provision for enabling the CAC/CO2 function even when the ventilation system is operating in the room vacancy mode. Commissioning mode This function is used during the commissioning and performance check phase. All the products are supplied preset for maximum ﬂow. The LED shines orange. During the commissioning phase, this mode should be reset to MIN FLOW – VACANCY FLOW – and DISABLED. The LED shines orange for minimum and vacancy ﬂows.
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