BMW 2.0i SE Automobile User Manual

Spyder® BACnet®
Programmable Controllers
PRODUCT DATA
The Spyder BACnet controllers require the Spyder BACnet
Programmable Feature to be licensed in the WEBpro
workbench tool and the WEBS AX JACE Controller for
programming and downloading. The Spyder BACnet Models
are also available as Individually Licensed Controllers (ILC).
The ILC versions are identical in design and capability in every
detail except for the licensing. The Individual Licensing of the
Spyder ILCs (the License is built in) allows them to be
programmed and downloaded with any brand of the Niagara
Workbench or JACE controller. The Spyder ILCs are identified
with a suffix on the Part Number of -ILC. Example:
PUB6438S-ILC follows all the same Installation Instructions
information as the PUB6438S.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The PUB and PVB controllers are part of the Spyder family.
These controllers are BACnet MS/TP network devices
designed to control HVAC equipment. These controllers
provide many options and advanced system features that
allow state-of-the-art commercial building control. Each
controller is programmable and configurable through software.
These controllers are for use in VAV (Variable Air Volume),
Unitary and advanced HVAC control applications. Each
controller has flexible, universal inputs for external sensors,
digital inputs, and a combination of analog and digital Triac
outputs. All the models are described in Table 1. The photo to
the left is the model PVB6436AS, which includes the actuator.
Table 1. Controller configurations.
Programmable
Type
Universal
Inputs
(UI)
Digital
Inputs
(DI)
Analog
Outputs
(AO)
Digital
Outputs
(DO)
Velocity
Pressure
Sensor
(Microbridge)
Series 60
Floating
Actuator
PUB1012S
Unitary
1
0
1
2
NO
NO
PUB4024S
Unitary
4
0
2
4
NO
NO
PUB6438S
Unitary
6
4
3
8
NO
NO
PVB0000AS
VAV
0
0
0
0
YES
YES
PVB4022AS
VAV
4
0
2
2
YES
YES
PVB4024NS
VAV
4
0
2
4
YES
NO
PVB6436AS
VAV
6
4
3
6
YES
YES
PVB6438NS
VAV
6
4
3
8
YES
NO
Controller
Model
Each controller communicates via an EIA-485 BACnet MS/TP communications network, capable of baud rates between 9.6 and
115.2 kbits/s.
Controllers are field-mountable to either a panel or a DIN rail.
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SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications
Digital Input (DI) Circuits
Rated Voltage: 20–30 Vac; 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption:
100 VA for controller and all connected loads (including the
actuator on models PVL0000AS, PVL4022AS and
PVL6436AS).
Controller Only Load: 5 VA maximum; models PUB1012S,
PUB4024S, PUB6438S, PVB4024NS and PVB6438NS.
Controller and Actuator Load: 9 VA maximum; models
PVL0000AS, PVL4022AS and PVL6436AS.
External Sensors Power Output: 20 Vdc ±10% @ 75 mA
maximum.
VAV Operating & Storage Temperature Ambient Rating
(models PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS, PVB4024NS,
PVB6436AS and PVB6438NS):
Minimum 32 ºF (0 ºC); Maximum 122 ºF (50 ºC)
Unitary Operating & Storage Temperature Ambient Rating
(models PUB1012S, PUB4024S and PUB6438S):
Minimum -40 ºF (-40 ºC); Maximum 150 ºF (65.5 ºC)
Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
LED: Provides status for normal operation, controller download process, alarms, manual mode, and error conditions
Voltage Rating: 0 to 30 Vdc open circuit
Input Type: Dry contact to detect open and closed circuit
Operating Range: Open circuit = False; Closed circuit = True
Resistance: Open circuit > 3,000 Ohms; Closed circuit < 500
Ohms
Digital Triac Output (DO) Circuits
Voltage Rating: 20 to 30 Vac @ 50/60Hz
Current Rating: 25 mA to 500 mA continuous, and
800 mA (AC rms) for 60 milliseconds
Analog Output (AO) Circuits
Analog outputs can be individually configured for current or
voltage.
ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUTS:
Current Output Range: 4.0 to 20.0 mA
Output Load Resistance: 550 Ohms maximum
ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUTS:
Voltage Output Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Vdc
Maximum Output Current: 10.0 mA
Velocity Pressure Sensor (models
PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS, PVB4024NS,
PVB6436AS and PVB6438NS)
Analog outputs may be configured as digital outputs and
operate as follows:
– False (0%) produces 0 Vdc, (0 mA)
– True (100%) produces the maximum 11 Vdc, (22 mA)
Operating Range: 0 to 1.5 in. H2O (0 to 374 Pa)
Series 60 Floating Actuator (models
PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and PVB6436AS)
Universal Input (UI) Circuits
See Table 2 for the UI circuit specifications.
Rotation Stroke: 95° ± 3° for CW or CCW opening dampers
Torque Rating: 44 lb-in. (5 Nm)
Run Time for 90° rotation: 90 seconds at 60 Hz
Operating Temperature: -4 ºF to 140 ºF (-20 to 60 ºC)
Table 2. Universal input circuit specifications.
Input
Type
Real Time Clock
Operating Range: 24 hour, 365 day, multi-year calendar
including day of week and configuration for automatic daylight savings time adjustment to occur at 2:00 a.m. local
time on configured start and stop dates
Power Failure Backup: 24 hours at 32°F to 100°F (0°C to
38°C), 22 hours at 100°F to 122°F (38°C to 50°C)
Accuracy: ±1 minute per month at 77 °F (25 °C)
Sensor
Type
Operating
Range
Room/Zone
Discharge Air
Outdoor Air
Temperature
20K Ohm
NTC
-40 to 199 °F
(-40 to 93 °C)
Outdoor Air
Temperature
C7031Ga
-40 to 120 °F
(-40 to 49 °C)
C7041Fa
-40 to 250 °F
(-40 to 121 °C)
PT1000
-40 to 199 °F
(IEC751 3850) (-40 to 93 °C)
ORDERING INFORMATION
When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the
TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number. If you have additional questions, need further information,
or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or phone:
1.
2.
Your local Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).
Honeywell Customer Care
1985 Douglas Drive North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386
3. http://customer.honeywell.com or http://customer.honeywell.ca
International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Belgium, Canada, China, Czech
Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States.
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Input
Type
TR23
Setpoint
Potentiometer
Sensor
Type
500 Ohm
to
10,500 Ohm
-4° DDC to +4° DDC
(-8° DDF to +7° DDF)
or
50 F to 90 F
(10 C to 32 C)
Resistive Input Generic
100 Ohms to 100K Ohms
Voltage
Input
Transducer,
Controller
0–10 Vdc
Discrete Input
Dry Contact
closure
Open Circuit > 3000 Ohms
Closed Circuit < 3000 Ohms
a
For the PVB6436AS model, the actuator is mounted first and
then the controller is mounted. For the other models, go to
“Mount Controller” on page 5 to begin the installation.
Operating
Range
Mount Actuator onto Damper Shaft
(PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and
PVB6436AS)
PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and PVB6436AS controllers include
the direct-coupled actuator with Declutch mechanism, which is
shipped hard-wired to the controller.
The actuator mounts directly onto the VAV box damper shaft
and has up to 44 lb-in. (5 Nm) torque, 90-degree stroke, and 90
second timing at 60 Hz. The actuator is suitable for mounting
onto a 3/8 to 1/2 in. (10 to 13 mm) square or round VAV box
damper shaft. The minimum VAV box damper shaft length is 19/16 in. (40 mm).
C7031G and C7041F are recommended for use with these
controllers, due to improved resolution and accuracy when
compared to the PT1000.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
The two mechanical end-limit set screws control the amount of
rotation from 12° to 95°. These set screws must be securely
fastened in place. To ensure tight closing of the damper, the
shaft adapter has a total rotation stroke of 95° (see Fig. 1).
The controller is available in three models (see Table 1).
Review the power, input, and output specifications on page 2
before installing the controller.
— Hardware driven by Triac outputs must have a minimum
current draw, when energized, of 25 mA and a maximum
current draw of 500 mA.
— Hardware driven by the analog current outputs must have a
maximum resistance of 550 Ohms, resulting in a maximum
voltage of 11 volts when driven at 20 mA.
If resistance exceeds 550 Ohms, voltages up to 18 Vdc are
possible at the analog output terminal.
NOTES:
1.
2.
The actuator is shipped with the mechanical endlimit set screws set to 95 degrees of rotation.
Adjust the two set screws closer together to
reduce the rotation travel. Each “hash mark” indicator on the bracket represents approximately 6.5°
of rotation per side.
The Declutch button, when pressed, allows you to
rotate the universal shaft adapter (see Fig. 1).
IMPORTANT
Determine the damper rotation and opening angle
prior to installation. See Fig. 2 below and Fig. 3 on
page 4 for examples.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Disconnect power supply before beginning wiring or
making wiring connections to prevent electrical shock
or equipment damage.
UNIVERSAL SHAFT
CLAMPING BOLTS (2)
UNIVERSAL
SHAFT ADAPTER
INSTALLATION
MECHANICAL
END LIMIT SET
SCREWS (2)
The controller must be mounted in a position that allows
clearance for wiring, servicing, removal, connection of the
BACnet MS/TP Molex connector and access to the MS/TP
MAC address DIP switches (see Fig. 15 on page 12).
The controller may be mounted in any orientation.
DECLUTCH
BUTTON
IMPORTANT
Avoid mounting in areas where acid fumes or other
deteriorating vapors can attack the metal parts of the
controller, or in areas where escaping gas or other
explosive vapors are present. Fig. 6–Fig. 7 on page 5
for mounting dimensions.
M23568
Fig. 1. Series 60 Floating Actuator.
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Mounting Actuator Onto Damper Shaft
(PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and PVB6436AS)
DAMPER
DAMPER SHAFT
ROTATES
CLOCKWISE
TO OPEN
The unit is shipped with the actuator set to rotate open in the
clockwise (CW) direction to a full 95 degrees. The extra 5
degrees ensures a full opening range for a 90 degree damper.
The installation procedure varies depending on the damper
opening direction and angle:
1. If the damper rotates clockwise (CW) to open, and the
angle of the damper open-to-closed is 90 degrees:
a. Manually open the damper fully (rotate clockwise).
b. Using the Declutch button, rotate the universal shaft
adapter fully clockwise.
c. Mount the actuator to the VAV damper box and shaft.
d. Tighten the two bolts on the centering clamp
(8 mm wrench; 70.8–88.5 lb-in. [8–10 Nm] torque).
When the actuator closes, the damper rotates CCW
90 degrees to fully close.
2. If the damper rotates clockwise (CW) to open, and the
angle of the damper open-to-closed is 45 or 60 degrees:
a. Manually open the damper fully (rotate clockwise).
b. The actuator is shipped with the mechanical
end-limits set at 95 degrees. Adjust the two
mechanical end-limit set screws to provide the
desired amount of rotation. Adjust the two set screws
closer together to reduce the rotation travel.
c. Tighten the two mechanical end-limit screws (Phillips
#2 screwdriver; (26.5–31 lb-in. [3.0–3.5 Nm] torque).
d. Using the Declutch button, rotate the universal shaft
adapter fully clockwise.
e. Mount the actuator to the VAV damper box and shaft.
f. Tighten the two bolts on the centering clamp
(8 mm wrench; 70.8–88.5 lb-in. [8–10 Nm] torque).
g. When the actuator closes, the damper rotates CCW
either 45 or 60 degrees to fully close.
3. If the damper rotates counterclockwise (CCW) to open, and
the angle of the damper open-to-closed is 90 degrees:
a. Manually open the damper fully (rotate counterclockwise).
b. Using the Declutch button, rotate the universal shaft
adapter fully counterclockwise.
c. Mount the actuator to the damper box and shaft.
d. Tighten the two bolts on the centering clamp (8 mm
wrench; 70.8–88.5 lb-in. [8–10 Nm] torque). When
the actuator closes, the damper rotates CW
90 degrees to fully close.
4. If the damper rotates counterclockwise to open, and the
angle of the damper open-to-closed is 45 or 60 degrees:
a. Manually open the damper fully (rotate counterclockwise).
b. The actuator is shipped with the mechanical
end-limits set at 95 degrees. Adjust the two
mechanical end-limit set screws to provide the
desired amount of rotation. Adjust the two set screws
closer together to reduce the rotation travel.
c. Tighten the two mechanical end-limit screws
(Phillips #2 screwdriver; (26.5–31 lb-in. [3.0–3.5 Nm]
torque).
d. Using the Declutch button, rotate the universal shaft
adapter fully counter-clockwise.
e. Mount the actuator to the VAV damper box and shaft.
f. Tighten the two bolts on the centering clamp
(8 mm wrench; 70.8–88.5 lb-in. [8–10 Nm] torque).
g. When the actuator closes, the damper rotates CW
either 45 or 60 degrees to fully close.
M23569
Fig. 2. Damper with 90 degree CW rotation to open.
IMPORTANT
Mount actuator flush with damper housing or add a
spacer between the actuator mounting surface and
damper box housing.
Before Mounting Actuator onto Damper
Shaft (PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and
PVB6436AS)
Tools required:
— Phillips #2 screwdriver - end-limit set screw adjustment
— 8 mm wrench - centering clamp
Before mounting the actuator onto the VAV box damper shaft,
determine the following:
1. Determine the damper shaft diameter. It must be
between 3/8 in. to 1/2 in. (10 to 13 mm).
2. Determine the length of the damper shaft. If the length of
the VAV box damper shaft is less than 1-9/16 in.
(40 mm), the actuator cannot be used.
3. Determine the direction the damper shaft rotates to open
the damper (CW or CCW) (see Fig. 3). Typically, there is
an etched line on the end of the damper shaft that indicates the position of the damper. In Fig. 2, the indicator
shows the damper open in a CW direction.
4. Determine the damper full opening angle (45, 60, or 90
degrees). In Fig. 2, the damper is open to its full open
position of 90 degrees.
TYPE A DAMPER
AIR
FLOW
CW TO OPEN, CCW TO CLOSE
TYPE B DAMPER
AIR
FLOW
M2067B
CCW TO OPEN, CW TO CLOSE
Fig. 3. Determining the rotation direction (CW or CCW)
for damper opening.
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IMPORTANT
Special precautions must be taken for dampers that
open in a CCW direction. The actuator is shipped with
its rotation direction set to CW to Open, which applies
to the damper direction in steps 1 and 2 above. If the
damper shaft rotates in the CCW direction to open, the
controller software must be programmed to change
the rotation to “Reverse to Open,” which applies to the
damper direction in steps 3 and 4 above.
8-9/32
(211) 1-15/16
(49)
4-1/8
(105)
27/32
(21)
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
6-1/4
(159)
5-7/8
(149)
IMPORTANT
It is advisable to leave the dampers in an open
position after installation to avoid the possibility of
over-pressurizing the duct work on fan startup. Use
the Declutch button (see Fig. 1 on page 3) to open the
box damper on controllers that are powered down, to
prevent over-pressurization in the duct work on fan
startup. To Declutch, press and hold the button to
disengage the motor. Turn the damper shaft until the
damper is open and release the button. When power
is restored to the controller, the controller
synchronizes the damper actuator, so that the damper
is in the correct position upon startup.
6-9/32
(159)
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
DEPTH IS
2-1/4 (57)
3/16 (4.5) PANEL
MOUNTING HOLE (4X)
NOTE: CONTROLLER CAN BE MOUNTED IN ANY ORIENTATION.
M31532
Fig. 5. Panel mounting - controller and actuator
dimensions in inches (mm) for PVB0000AS and
PVB4022AS only (PVB4022AS shown).
Mount Controller
10-5/16 (262)
8-5/16 (211)
NOTE: The controller may be wired before mounting to a
panel or DIN rail.
6-29/64 (164)
Terminal blocks are used to make all wiring connections to the
controller. Attach all wiring to the appropriate terminal blocks
(see “Wiring” on page 8).
1-55/64
(47)
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
5-3/4
(146)
7/16
(11)
DEPTH IS 2-1/4 (57)
4-13/16 (122)
4-1/8 (105)
4-13/16 (122)
4-1/8 (105)
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
6-17/64
(159)
5-3/64
(128)
11111111
901234567
12345678
6-1/4
(159)
5-7/8
(149)
6-1/4
(159)
PANEL MOUNTING HOLE
(4X) 3/16 IN. (4.5)
5-7/8
(149)
1 2 3 4 5 6
NOTE:
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
DEPTH IS
2-1/4 (57)
CONTROLLER CAN BE MOUNTED IN ANY ORIENTATION.
M29329
Fig. 6. Panel mounting - controller and actuator
dimensions in inches (mm) for PVB6436AS.
7 8 9 10 11 12
3/16 (4.5) PANEL MOUNTING HOLE (4X)
NOTE: CONTROLLER CAN BE MOUNTED IN ANY ORIENTATION.
M31531
Fig. 4. Panel mounting - controller dimensions in inches
(mm) for PUB1012S, PUB4024S and PVB4024NS only
(PUB4024S and PVB4024NS shown).
PANEL MOUNTING HOLE
(4X) 29/64 IN. (12)
PVB6438NS
5-3/4
(146)
PUB6438S
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
5-3/64
(128)
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
5-3/64
(128)
5-29/64
(139)
5-29/64
(139)
12345678
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
6-29/64 (164)
6-27/32 (174)
11111111112
901234567890
6-29/64 (164)
6-27/32 (174)
DEPTH IS
2-1/4 (57)
NOTE:
CONTROLLER CAN BE MOUNTED IN ANY ORIENTATION.
M29330
Fig. 7. Panel mounting - controller dimensions in inches (mm) for models PUB6438S and PVB6438NS.
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Panel Mounting
NOTES:
—
The controller enclosure is constructed of a plastic base plate
and a plastic factory-snap-on cover.
Use 1/4 inch (6 mm) outside diameter, with a 0.040
in. (1 mm) wall thickness, plenum-rated 1219 FR
(94V-2) tubing.
Always use a fresh cut on the end of the tubing
that connects to the air flow pickups and the
restrictor ports on the controller.
—
NOTE: The controller is designed so that the cover does
not need to be removed from the base plate for
either mounting or wiring.
Connect the high pressure or upstream tube to the plastic
restrictor port labeled (+), and the low pressure or downstream
tube to the restrictor port labeled (-). See labeling in Fig. 9.
When twin tubing is used from the pickup, split the pickup
tubing a short length to accommodate the connections.
The controller mounts using four screws inserted through the
corners of the base plate. Fasten securely with four No. 6 or
No. 8 machine or sheet metal screws.
The controller can be mounted in any orientation. Ventilation
openings are designed into the cover to allow proper heat
dissipation, regardless of the mounting orientation.
NOTES:
—
If controllers are mounted in unusually dusty or dirty
environments, an inline, 5-micron disposable air
filter (use 5-micron filters compatible with
pneumatic controls) is recommended for the high
pressure line (marked as +) connected to the air
flow pickup.
The tubing from the air flow pickup to the controller
should not exceed three feet (0.914 m). Any length
greater than this will degrade the flow sensing
accuracy.
Use caution when removing tubing from a connector. Always pull straight away from the connector or
use diagonal cutters to cut the edge of the tubing
attached to the connector. Never remove by pulling
at an angle.
DIN Rail Mounting (PUB1012S, PUB4024S,
PUB6438S, PVB4024NS and PVB6438NS)
To mount the PUB1012S, PUB4024S, PUB6438S,
PVB4024NS and PVB6438NS controllers on a DIN rail
[standard EN50022; 1-3/8 in. x 9/32 in. (7.5 mm x 35 mm)],
refer to Fig. 8 and perform the following steps:
1. Holding the controller with its top tilted in towards the DIN
rail, hook the two top tabs on the back of the controller
onto the top of the DIN rail.
2. Push down and in to snap the two bottom flex connectors
of the controller onto the DIN rail.
—
—
IMPORTANT
To remove the controller from the DIN rail, perform the
following:
1. Push straight up from the bottom to release the top
tabs.
2. Rotate the top of the controller out towards you and
pull the controller down and away from the DIN rail to
release the bottom flex connectors.
AIR FLOW
PICKUP
CONNECTOR
TUBING
RESTRICTOR
PORT
RESTRICTOR
PORT
ΔP
TOP TABS
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
DIN RAIL
M23556A
12345678
11111111112
901234567890
Fig. 9. Air flow pickup connections (PVB0000AS,
PVB4022AS, PVB4024NS, PVB6436AS and PVB6438NS).
BOTTOM FLEX
CONNECTORS
Power
M16815
Before wiring the controller, determine the input and output
device requirements for each controller used in the system.
Select input and output devices compatible with the controller
and the application. Consider the operating range, wiring
requirements, and the environment conditions when selecting
input/output devices. When selecting actuators for modulating
applications consider using floating control. In direct digital
control applications, floating actuators will generally provide
control action equal to or better than an analog input actuator
for lower cost.
Fig. 8. Controller DIN rail mounting (models PUB1012S,
PUB4024S, PUB6438S, PVB4024NS and PVB6438NS).
Piping (PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS,
PVB4024NS, PVB6436AS and
PVB6438NS)
Air flow Pickup
Determine the location of controllers, sensors, actuators and
other input/output devices and create wiring diagrams. Refer to
Fig. 17–Fig. 23 beginning on page 14 for illustrations of typical
controller wiring for various configurations.
For PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS, PVB4024NS, PVB6436AS and
PVB6438NS, connect the air flow pickup to the two restrictor
ports on the controller (see Fig. 9).
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is less than 33 VA, this same transformer could be used to
power three of these controllers and meet NEC Class 2
restrictions (no greater than 100 VA).
The application engineer must review the control job
requirements. This includes the sequences of operation for the
controller, and for the system as a whole. Usually, there are
variables that must be passed between the controller and other
Spyder BACnet controller(s) that are required for optimum
system wide operation. Typical examples are the TOD, Occ/
Unocc signal, the outdoor air temperature, the demand limit
control signal, and the smoke control mode signal.
See Fig. 11–Fig. 12 beginning on page 9 for illustrations of
controller power wiring. See Table 4 for VA ratings of various
devices.
Table 4. VA ratings for transformer sizing.
It is important to understand these interrelationships early in
the job engineering process, to ensure proper implementation
when configuring the controllers. Refer to the controller
Application Guides.
Device
Description
VA
PVB6436AS
controllers and
Series 60 Floating
Damper Actuator
Controller and Actuator
9.0
A power budget must be calculated for each device to
determine the required transformer size for proper operation. A
power budget is simply the summing of the maximum power
draw ratings (in VA) of all the devices to be controlled. This
includes the controller itself and any devices powered from the
controller, such as equipment actuators (ML6161 or other
motors) and various contactors and transducers.
PUB6438S or
PVB6438NS
Controller
5.0
ML684
Versadrive Valve Actuator
12.0
ML6161
Damper Actuator, 35 lb-in.
2.2
ML6185
Damper Actuator SR 50 lb-in
12.0
ML6464
Damper Actuator, 66 lb-in.
3.0
IMPORTANT
• When multiple controllers operate from a single
transformer, connect the same side of the transformer
secondary to the same power input terminal in each
device. The earth ground terminal (terminal 3) must
be connected to a verified earth ground for each
controller in the group (see Fig. 12 on page 9).
• Half-wave devices and full-wave devices must not use
the same AC transformer. If a Spyder controller will
share its power supply with another device, make
sure the other device utilizes a half-wave rectifier and
that the polarity of the wiring is maintained.
ML6474
Damper Actuator, 132 lb-in.
3.0
Power Budget
9.0
See “Specifications” on
page 2.
R8242A Contactor
fan rating
21.0
TRADELINE® Catalog
inrush rating
D/X Stages
0.0
For example, assume
cooling stage outputs are
wired into a compressor
control circuit and have no
impact on the budget.
M6410A Steam
Heating Coil Valve
0.7
TRADELINE® Catalog,
0.32A 24 Vac
TOTAL
30.7
21.0
GUIDELINES FOR POWER WIRING ARE AS FOLLOWS:
— For multiple controllers operating from a single
transformer, the same side of the transformer
secondary must be connected to the same power input
terminal in each device. The earth ground terminal
must be connected to a verified earth ground for each
controller in the group (see Fig. 12 on page 9).
Controller configurations are not necessarily limited to
three devices, but the total power draw, including
accessories, cannot exceed 100 VA when powered by
the same transformer (U.S. only).
— See Fig. 11 on page 9 for controller power wiring used
in UL 1995 equipment (U.S. only).
— Many controllers require all loads to be powered by the
same transformer that powers the controller.
— Keep the earth ground connection wire run as short as
possible (refer to Fig. 11–Fig. 12 beginning on page 9).
— Do not connect earth ground to the controller’s digital or
analog ground terminals (refer to Fig. 11 and Fig. 12).
— Unswitched 24 Vac power wiring can be run in the
same conduit as the LONWORKS® Bus cable.
Obtained From
PVB6436AS
controllers (include
Series 60 Floating
Damper Actuator)
0.7
Contactor
Each controller requires 24 Vac power from an energy-limited
Class II power source. To conform to Class II restrictions (U.S.
only), transformers must not be larger than 100 VA. A single
transformer can power more than one controller.
Table 3. Power budget calculation example.
VA
Information
Valve Actuator
R8242A
For contactors and similar devices, the in-rush power ratings
should be used as the worst case values when performing
power budget calculations. Also, the application engineer must
consider the possible combinations of simultaneously
energized outputs and calculate the VA ratings accordingly.
The worst case, which uses the largest possible VA load,
should be determined when sizing the transformer.
POWER BUDGET CALCULATION EXAMPLE
Table 3 is an example of a power budget calculation for a
typical PVB6436AS controller. While the example is shown for
only this model, the process is applicable for all controller
models.
Device
R6410A
Line-Loss
The system example above requires 30.7 VA of peak power.
Therefore, a 100 VA AT92A transformer could be used to
power one controller of this type. Because the total peak power
Controllers must receive a minimum supply voltage of 20 Vac.
If long power or output wire runs are required, a voltage drop
due to Ohms Law (I x R) line-loss must be considered. This
line-loss can result in a significant increase in total power
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With 100 percent load, the transformer secondary must supply
between 23 and 25 volts to meet the NEMA standard. When a
purchased transformer meets the NEMA standard DC20-1986,
the transformer voltage regulating ability can be considered
reliable. Compliance with the NEMA standard is voluntary.
required and thereby affect transformer sizing. The following
example is an I x R line-loss calculation for a 200 ft. (61m) run
from the transformer to a controller drawing 37 VA and using
two 18 AWG (1.0 sq mm) wires.
The formula is:
Loss = [length of round-trip wire run (ft.)] x [resistance in
wire (ohms per ft.)] x [current in wire (amperes)]
27
26
From specification data:
18 AWG twisted pair wire has a resistance of 6.52 ohms per
1000 feet.
25
SECONDARY VOLTAGE
24
Loss = [(400 ft.) x (6.52/1000 ohms per ft.)] x [(37 VA)/(24V)]
= 4.02 volts
This means that four volts are going to be lost between the
transformer and the controller. To assure the controller
receives at least 20 volts, the transformer must output more
than 24 volts. Because all transformer output voltage levels
depend on the size of the connected load, a larger transformer
outputs a higher voltage than a smaller one for a given load.
Fig. 10 shows this voltage load dependence.
18
17
14
0
50
100
% OF LOAD
200
150
M993
Fig. 10. NEMA Class 2 transformer voltage output limits.
The Honeywell transformers listed in Table 5 meet the NEMA
standard DC20-1986.
Table 5. Honeywell transformers that meet
NEMA standard DC20-1986.
Transformer Type
VA Rating
AT40A
40
AT72D
40
AT87A
50
AK3310 Assembly
100
NOTE: The AT88A and AT92A transformers do not meet
the voluntary NEMA standard DC20-1986.
IMPORTANT
No installation should be designed where the line-loss
is greater than two volts. This allows for nominal operation if the primary voltage drops to 102 Vac (120 Vac
minus 15 percent).
Wiring
All wiring must comply with applicable electrical codes and
ordinances, or as specified on installation wiring diagrams.
Controller wiring is terminated to the screw terminal blocks
located on the top and the bottom of the device.
Use heavier gauge wire for the power run. 14 AWG
(2.0 sq mm) wire has a resistance of 2.57 ohms per
1,000 ft. Using the preceding formula results in a lineloss of only 1.58 volts (compared with 4.02 volts). This
would allow a 40 VA transformer to be used. 14 AWG
(2.0 sq mm) wire is the recommended wire size for 24
Vac wiring.
Locate the transformer closer to the controller. This
reduces the length of the wire run, and the line-loss.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Disconnect power supply before beginning wiring or
making wiring connections, to prevent electrical shock
or equipment damage.
The issue of line-loss is also important in the case of the output
wiring connected to the Triac digital outputs. The same formula
and method are used. Keep all power and output wire runs as
short as practical. When necessary, use heavier gauge wire, a
bigger transformer, or install the transformer closer to the
controller.
NOTES:
—
To meet the National Electrical Manufacturers Association
(NEMA) standards, a transformer must stay within the NEMA
limits. The chart in Fig. 10 shows the required limits at various
loads.
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In this situation, the engineer has three alternatives:
1. Use a larger transformer. For example, if an 80 VA model
is used, an output of 24.4 volts, minus the four volt lineloss, supplies 20.4V to the controller (see Fig. 10).
Although acceptable, the four-volt line-loss in this example is higher than recommended.
3.
21
20
16
In the preceding I x R loss example, even though the controller
load is only 37 VA, a standard 40 VA transformer is not
sufficient due to the line-loss. Looking at Fig. 10, a 40 VA
transformer is just under 100 percent loaded (for the 37 VA
controller) and has a secondary voltage of 22.9 volts. (Use the
lower edge of the shaded zone in Fig. 10 that represents the
worst case conditions.) When the I x R loss of four volts is
subtracted, only 18.9 volts reaches the controller. This is not
enough voltage for proper operation.
2.
23
22
8
For multiple controllers operating from a single
transformer, the same side of the transformer
secondary must be connected to the same power
input terminal in each controller. Controller
configurations will not necessarily be limited to
three devices, but the total power draw, including
accessories, cannot exceed 100 VA when
powered by the same transformer (U.S. only). For
power and wiring recommendations, See “Power”
SPYDER® BACNET® PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
—
—
—
IMPORTANT
Connect terminal 2, (the 24 Vac common [24 VAC
COM] terminal) to earth ground (see Fig. 11).
on page 6. The earth ground terminal (terminal 3)
must be connected to a verified earth ground for
each controller in the group (see Fig. 12 on
page 9).
All loads on the controller must be powered by the
same transformer that powers the controller itself.
A controller can use separate transformers for
controller power and output power.
Keep the earth ground connection (terminal 3) wire
run as short as possible.
Do not connect the universal input COM terminals,
analog output COM terminals or the digital input/
output COM terminals to earth ground. Refer to
Fig. 16–Fig. 21 beginning on page 13 for wiring
examples.
NOTE: Unswitched 24 Vac power wiring can be run in the
same conduit as the LONWORKS® cable.
ΔP
CONNECT POWER TO
TERMINALS 1 AND 2
The 24 Vac power from an energy limited Class II power
source must be provided to the controller. To conform to Class
II restrictions (U.S. only), the transformer must not be larger
than 100 VA.
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COM
24 VAC
LINE VOLTAGE
GREATER
THAN 150 VAC
IMPORTANT
Power must be off prior to connecting to or removing
connections from the 24 Vac power (24 Vac/24 Vac
COM), earth ground (EGND), and 20 Vdc power (20
Vdc) terminals.
1
IMPORTANT
Use the heaviest gauge wire available, up to 14 AWG
(2.0 sq mm), with a minimum of 18 AWG (1.0 sq mm),
for all power and earth ground wiring.
CONNECT POWER TO
TERMINALS 1 AND 2
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1
EARTH
GROUND
OUTPUT
DEVICE
POWER
WHEN CONNECTIONG POWER TO THE SPYDER BACnet
CONTROLLER, CONNECT THE COM LEG OF THE VAC SECONDARY
CIRCUIT TO A KNOWN EARTH GROUND.
M29684A
Fig. 11. Power wiring details for one controller per
transformer.
More than one controller can be powered by a single
transformer. Fig. 12 shows power wiring details for multiple
controllers.
Screw-type terminal blocks are designed to accept up
to one 14 AWG (2.0 sq mm) conductor or up to two 18
AWG (1.0 sq mm) conductors. More than two wires
that are 18 AWG (2.0 sq mm) can be connected with
a wire nut. Include a pigtail with this wire group and
attach the pigtail to the terminal block.
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TRANSFORMER
Fig. 11 depicts a single controller using one transformer.
ΔP
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NOTE: Controller configurations are not necessarily limited to three devices, but the total power draw,
including accessories, cannot exceed 100 VA
when powered by the same transformer (U.S.
only). For power wiring recommendations, see
“Power” on page 6.
ΔP
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901234567890
ΔP
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901234567890
COM
120/240
VAC
24 VAC
TRANSFORMER
OUTPUT
DEVICE
POWER
EARTH
GROUND
M29685A
Fig. 12. Power wiring details for two or more controllers per transformer.
Communications
76.8 or 115.2 kilobits per second (configured at global
controller). The Spyder BACnet controllers are master devices
on the MS/TP network. Each Spyder BACnet controller uses a
high-quality EIA-485 transceiver and exerts 1/4 unit load on the
MS/TP network.
Each controller uses a BACnet MS/TP communications port.
The controller’s data is presented to other controllers over a
twisted-pair MS/TP network, which uses the EIA-485 signaling
standard capable of the following baud rates: 9.6, 19.2, 38.4,
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BACnet device from other devices during installation. The
Spyder BACnet Controllers Device Instance Number is
automatically set when it is added to a WEBStation-AX project.
The Device Instance Number can be changed by the user,
which may be necessary when integrating with a third party or
when attempting to replace an existing controller and it is
desired to maintain the existing Device Instance Number.
Cabling should be selected that meets or exceeds the BACnet
Standard which specifies the following: An MS/TP EIA-485
network shall use shielded, twisted-pair cable with
characteristic impedance between 100 and 130 ohms.
Distributed capacitance between conductors shall be less than
100 pF per meter (30 pF per foot). Distributed capacitance
between conductors and shield shall be less that 200 pF per
meter (60 pF per foot). Foil or braided shields are acceptable.
The Honeywell tested and recommended MS/TP cable is
Honeywell Cable 3322 (18 AWG, 1-Pair, Shielded, Plenum
cable), alternatively Honeywell Cable 3251 (22 AWG, 1-Pair,
Shielded, Plenum cable) is available and meets the BACnet
Standard requirements (www.honeywellcable.com).
To edit the Device Instance Number using WEBs AX:
1. Identify an unused Device Instance Number on the BACnet Network, in the range of 0 - 4194302.
2. Open the Spyder Bacnet Device Mgr View
a. Double click on the BacnetNetwork located in the
Nav tree.
b. Select the Spyder Controller to be modified.
c. Click on the Edit button.
d. Enter an unused value in the Device Id field.
e. Select OK
3. Right Click on the Spyder Controller and select Actions >
Write Device Instance to complete the update
The maximum BACnet MS/TP network Bus segment length is
4,000 ft. (1,219 m) using recommended wire. Repeaters must
be used when making runs longer than 4,000 ft. (1,219 m). A
maximum of three repeaters can be used between any two
devices.
Setting the MS/TP MAC address
Termination Resistors
The MS/TP MAC address for each device must be set to a
unique value in the range of 0-127 on an MS/TP network
segment (address 0, 1, 2, & 3 should be avoided as they are
commonly used for the router, diagnostic tools, and as spare
addresses). DIP switches on the Spyder BACnet controller are
used to set the controller's MAC address.
Matched terminating resistors are required at each end of a
segment bus wired across (+) and (-). Use matched precision
resistors rated 1/4W ±1% / 80 - 130 Ohms. Ideally, the value of
the terminating resistors should match the rated characteristic
impedance of the installed cable. For example, if the installed
MS/TP cable has a a listed characteristic impedance of 120
Ohm, install 120 Ohm matched precision resistors.
To set the MS/TP MAC address of a Spyder BACnet controller:
1. Find an unused MAC address on the MS/TP network to
which the Spyder BACnet controller connects.
2. Locate the DIP switch bank on the Spyder BACnet for
addressing. This is labeled MAC Address
3. With the Spyder BACnet Controller powered down, set
the DIP switches for the MAC Address you want. Add the
value of DIP switches set to ON to determine the MAC
address. See Table 6. Example, if only DIP switches 1, 3,
5, and 7 are enabled the MAC address would be 85 (1 +
4 + 16 + 64 = 85).
NOTE: The controller does not provide any network biasing.
Shield Terminating
Following proper MS/TP cabling shield grounding procedures
is important to minimize the risk of communication problems
and equipment damage caused by capacitive coupling.
Capacitive coupling is caused by placing MS/TP cabling close
to lines carrying higher voltage. The shield should be grounded
on only one end of the MS/TP segment (typically the router
end). Tie the shield through using the SHLD (terminal 4) on the
Spyder BACnet Controller.
NOTE: See Fig. 15 on page 12 for DIP switch orientation and arrangement.
Sylk™ Bus
Table 6. DIP Switch Values For MS/TP MAC Address.
DIP
7
VALUE 64
6
5
4
3
2
1
32
16
8
4
2
1
Sylk is a two wire, polarity insensitive bus that provides both 18
VDC power and communications between a Sylk-enabled
sensor and a Sylk-enabled controller. Using Sylk-enabled
sensors saves I/O on the controller and is faster and cheaper
to install since only two wires are needed and the bus is
polarity insensitive. Sylk sensors are configured using the
latest release of the Spyder Tool for WEBPro and WEBStation.
Setting the Device Instance Number
The Device Instance Number must be unique across the entire
BACnet system network because it is used to uniquely identify
the BACnet devices. It may be used to conveniently identify the
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NOTE: ALL BACnet MS/TP CONNECTIONS ARE MADE TO:
BAC–
BAC+
SHLD
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
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BACnet MS/TP–
BACnet MS/TP+
SHIELD
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC +
BAC –
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24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC +
BAC –
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC +
BAC –
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BACnet MS/TP–
BACnet MS/TP+
SHIELD
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
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ADD APPROPRIATE TERMINATION
RESISTOR BETWEEN THE BAC+
AND THE BAC– TERMINALS.
M29331
Fig. 13. Termination modules.
Wiring Method
1. STRIP 1/2 IN. (13 MM)
FROM WIRES TO
BE ATTACHED AT
ONE TERMINAL.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Disconnect power supply before beginning wiring, or
making wiring connections, to prevent electrical shock
or equipment damage.
1/2
(13)
2. TWIST WIRES
TOGETHER WITH
PLIERS (A MINIMUM
OF THREE TURNS).
NOTE: When attaching two or more wires to the same
terminal, other than 14 AWG (2.0 sq mm), be sure
to twist them together. Deviation from this rule
can result in improper electrical contact (see Fig.
14).
Each terminal can accommodate the following gauges of wire:
— Single wire: from 22 AWG to 14 AWG solid or stranded
— Multiple wires: up to two 18 AWG stranded, with 1/4 watt
wire-wound resistor
3. CUT TWISTED END OF WIRES TO 3/16 IN. (5 MM)
BEFORE INSERTING INTO TERMINAL AND
TIGHTENING SCREW. THEN PULL ON EACH
WIRE IN ALL TERMINALS TO CHECK FOR
GOOD MECHANICAL CONNECTION.
M17207
Prepare wiring for the terminal blocks, as follows:
1. Strip 1/2 in. (13 mm) insulation from the conductor.
2. Cut a single wire to 3/16 in. (5 mm). Insert the wire in the
required terminal location and tighten the screw.
3. If two or more wires are being inserted into one terminal
location, twist the wires together a minimum of three
turns before inserting them (see Fig. 14).
4. Cut the twisted end of the wires to 3/16 in. (5 mm) before
inserting them into the terminal and tightening the screw.
5. Pull on each wire in all terminals to check for good
mechanical connection.
Fig. 14. Attaching two or more wires at terminal blocks.
Wiring Details
Each controller is shipped with the digital outputs, which switch
the 24 Vac to the load (High Side).
The three analog outputs (AO) are used to control modulating
heating, cooling and economizer equipment. Any AO may be
used as a digital output, as follows:
— False (0%) produces 0 Vdc, (0 mA)
— True (100%) produces the maximum 11 Vdc (22 mA)
The wiring connection terminals described in Table 7 are
shown in Fig. 15 starting on page 12.
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Table 7. Description of wiring terminal connections for
PUB6438S, PVB6436AS, and PVB6438NS.
Label
Connection
INPUT POWER & GROUND
1
24 Vac
24 Vac Power
2
24 Vac COM
24 Vac Power
3
EGND
Earth Ground
4
SHLD
MS/TP Shield
5
SBUS 1
Sylk
6
SBUS 2
All controllers have the terminal arrangements similar to the
examples shown in Fig. 15 as described in Table Table 7 on
page 12.
Sylk
NETWORK CONNECTIONS
7
BAC +
LONWORKS® communications
8
BAC -
LONWORKS® communications
9
DO-1
10
DO-2
Digital Output
11
COM
Common
12
DO-3
Digital Output
MS/TP MAC ADDRESS DIP SWITCHES
The MS/TP MAC address DIP switches are used to set the
unit's MAC address. Each Spyder BACnet on an MS/TP
network must have a unique MAC address in the range of 0127 (address 0 should be avoided as it is the Honeywell factory
default MAC address for all MS/TP devices).
DIGITAL OUTPUTSa
Digital Output
DO-4
Digital Output
14
COM
Common
15
DO-5
Digital Output
16
DO-6
Digital Output
17
COM
Common
18
DO-7
Digital Output
19
DO-8
Digital Output
20
COM
TERMINALS 21-40
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AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
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MS/TP SERVICE CONNECTOR PINS
Local device MS/TP network connection is provided via the
molex connector pins (0.100-in. molex connector—part
number: 22-01-2035).
Common
21
AO-1
Analog Output
22
COM
Common
23
AO-2
Analog Output
24
AO-3
Analog Output
25
COM
Common
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
NET-1
NET-2
ANALOG OUTPUTSb
DIGITAL INPUTSc
26
DI-1
Digital Input
27
DI-2
Digital Input
28
COM
Common
29
DI-3
Digital Input
30
DI-4
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BACnet MS/TP MAC
ADDRESS DIP SWITCHES
Digital Input
LOCAL BACnet MS/TP
MOLEX CONNECTOR PINS
ATTACHED DEVICE(S) POWER
31
20 Vdc
20 Vdc Power
UI-1
Universal Input
33
COM
Common
34
UI-2
Universal Input
35
UI-3
Universal Input
36
COM
Common
37
UI-4
Universal Input
38
UI-5
Universal Input
39
COM
Common
40
UI-6
Universal Input
a
b
c
TERMINALS 9-20
M29332
Wiring Applications (Examples)
Fig. 16–Fig. 22, beginning on page 13, illustrate controller
wiring for the following configurations.
• Typical controller wiring for VAV application using the TR23
Wall Module and a C7770A Air Temperature Sensor (see
Fig. 16 on page 13).
• Typical controller wiring for VAV application with staged
reheat (see Fig. 17 on page 14).
• Typical controller wiring for PWM reheat and PWM
peripheral heat valve actuator (see Fig. 18 on page 15).
• Typical controller wiring for AHU application (see Fig. 19 on
page 16).
• Typical controller wiring for 4 to 20 mA enthalpy sensors and
digital inputs (see Fig. 20 on page 17).
For the PVB6436AS controller ONLY, terminals 18, 19, and 20 (DO7,
DO8, & COM) are not present. The actuator is internally hardwired to
these terminals.
Analog outputs may be configured as digital outputs and operate as follows:
– False (0%) produces 0 Vdc, (0 mA)
– True (100%) produces the maximum 11 Vdc (22 mA)
Digital inputs: Open circuit = False; Closed circuit = True
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Fig. 15. Controller Terminal Connections, MS/TP MAC
address DIP switches, MS/TP service connector pins, and
BACnet Status LED for the PUB's and PVB's (PVB6438NS
shown).
UNIVERSAL INPUTS
32
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
Terminal
IMPORTANT
If the controller is not connected to a good earth
ground, the controller's internal transient protection
circuitry is compromised and the function of protecting the controller from noise and power line spikes
cannot be fulfilled. This could result in a damaged circuit board and require replacement of the controller.
Refer to installation diagrams for specific wiring.
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SPYDER® BACNET® PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
• Typical controller wiring for 4 to 20 mA heating, cooling, and
model ML6161 floating motor control (see Fig. 21 on
page 18).
• Typical controller wiring for a pneumatic transducer, model
RP7517B (see Fig. 22 on page 19).
WINDOWS CONTACTS
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS WINDOW CLOSED)
AIR FLOW
PICKUP
OCCUPANCY SENSOR
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS OCCUPIED)
2
COM
3
DI-3
DI-2
ΔP
DI-1
C7770A
AIR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
3
COM
UI-4
UI-1
UI-2
AO-1
UI-3
COM
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
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BACnet MS/TP+
SHIELD
COM
DO-2
DO-1
REHEAT STAGE 3
REHEAT STAGE 2 (OR CLOSE)
REHEAT STAGE 1 (OR OPEN)
DAMPER CLOSE
TR23-H ONLY
2
1
GND
3
SENSOR
LON -
5 4
LON +
6
SETPT
7
LED
8
OVERRIDE
HUM
24 VAC
12 11 10 9
DIP SWITCH
S1
1
DIP SWITCH S2
ON
ON
SW1 SW2
SW1 SW2
ON
DAMPER OPEN
REHEAT
STAGE
CONTACTORS
BACnet MS/TP–
COM CCW
COM
DO-6
DO-5
COM
DO-4
DO-3
2
24 VAC
COM
CW
24 VAC
ML6161 DAMPER
ACTUATOR
+-
SERIES OR
PARALLEL FAN
CONTACTOR
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DO NOT CHANGE THIS
SWITCH POSITION.
DIP SWITCH S3
(TR23 AND TR24 ONLY.)
SW1 SW2 SW3
1 DIP SWITCH S1 FOR HUMIDITY MODELS ONLY. SEE TR23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORM NO. 62-0267,
FOR CONFIGURATION DETAILS.
2 TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
3 CONTACTS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DRY SWITCHING, 5V AT 10 mA. USE SEALED TYPE, GOLD FLASHED OR PIMPLED CONTACTS.
M31169C
Fig. 16. Controller wiring diagram (model PVB6438NS shown) for typical VAV application, using the TR23 wall module and
a C7770A air temperature sensor. (For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
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WINDOWS CONTACTS
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS WINDOW CLOSED)
AIR FLOW
PICKUP
3
OCCUPANCY SENSOR
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS OCCUPIED)
3
2
COM
DI-2
ΔP
DI-3
COM
DI-1
UI-1
UI-3
UI-2
AO-1
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
+-
24 VAC
2
24 VAC
COM
STAGE 3
COM
BACnet MS/TP–
DO-3
BACnet MS/TP+
DO-2
SHIELD
STAGE 2
DO-1
STAGE 1
TR23-H ONLY
3
2
1
SENSOR
GND
5 4
LON -
6
SETPT
7
LED
8
OVERRIDE
HUM
24 VAC
12 11 10 9
LON +
DIP SWITCH
S1
1
DIP SWITCH S2
ON
LINE
POWER
ON
SW1 SW2
SW1 SW2
ON
DO NOT CHANGE THIS
SWITCH POSITION.
DIP SWITCH S3
(TR23 AND TR24 ONLY.)
SW1 SW2 SW3
1 DIP SWITCH S1 FOR HUMIDITY MODELS ONLY. SEE TR23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORM NO. 62-0267, FOR CONFIGURATION DETAILS.
2
TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
3
CONTACTS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DRY SWITCHING, 5V AT 10 mA. USE SEALED TYPE, GOLD FLASHED OR PIMPLED CONTACTS.
M31172C
Fig. 17. Controller wiring diagram (model PVB6436AS shown) for typical VAV application with staged reheat.
(For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
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DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
24 VAC
REHEAT
VALVE ACTUATOR
ML7984B
24 VAC
COM
C
B
T6 T5
1
DO-3
24 (N)
24 (H)
3
PWM OUTPUT
FROM CNTRL
PWM VALVE ACTUATOR
PWM
(H 24 VAC)
+-
R
PERIPHERAL HEAT
VALVE ACTUATOR
1 2 3 4
ON
24 (H)
PWM OUTPUT
FROM CNTRL
3
ML7984B
CONFIGURATION
DIP SWITCHES
(LOCATED ADJACENT
TO THE INPUT
TERMINAL BLOCK)
PWM
(H 24 VAC)
PWM VALVE ACTUATOR
2
24 (N)
OFF
W
C
B
T6 T5
W
R
1
1
DO-2
DO-1
3
24 VAC
24 VAC COM
1
TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
2
TURN POWER OFF BEFORE SETTING THE DIP SWITCHES.
3
MAKE SURE ALL TRANSFORMER/POWER WIRING IS AS SHOWN: REVERSING TERMINATIONS WILL RESULT IN EQUIPMENT
MALFUNCTION.
M29335C
Fig. 18. Controller wiring diagram (model PUB6438S shown) for typical PWM reheat and PWM peripheral heat valve
actuator. (For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
NOTE: Make sure to set the Configuration DIP Switch as
shown in Fig. 18. Switches 1 through 3 set the timing of the ML7984B valve actuator to match the
controller outputs (0.1 second minimum with a
maximum time of 25.6 seconds). Switch 4 determines the action of the actuator (Off = Direct Acting, On = Reverse Acting).
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20 VDC
OUTDOOR
ENTHALPY
UI-3
499
20 VDC
UI-4
COM
UI-5
UI-1
2
COM
UI-2
UI-6
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
24 VAC
COM
DO-4
BACnet MS/TP+
DO-3
COM
SHIELD
DO-2
TR23-H ONLY
3
2
1
SENSOR
GND
5 4
LON -
6
SETPT
7
LED
OVERRIDE
HUM
24 VAC
8
LON +
DIP SWITCH
S1
1
12 11 10 9
FAN
COM
DO-8
2
BACnet MS/TP–
24 VAC
COM
DISCHARGE
AIR TEMP
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
+-
RETURN
ENTHALPY
499
DI-1
AO-1
3
COM
DIP SWITCH S2
ON
DO-1
HEAT 1
HEAT 2
COMP 1
COMP2
ON
SW1 SW2
SW1 SW2
ON
DO NOT CHANGE THIS
SWITCH POSITION.
DIP SWITCH S3
(TR23 AND TR24 ONLY.)
SW1 SW2 SW3
1
DIP SWITCH S1 FOR HUMIDITY MODELS ONLY. SEE TR23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORM NO. 62-0267,
FOR CONFIGURATION DETAILS.
2
TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
3
CONTACTS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DRY SWITCHING, 5V AT 10 mA. USE SEALED TYPE, GOLD FLASHED OR PIMPLED CONTACTS.
M31176B
Fig. 19. Controller wiring diagram (model PUB6438S shown) for typical AHU application.
(For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
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DI-3
OCCUPANCY SENSOR
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS OCCUPIED)
20 VDC
COM
499
3
WINDOWS CONTACTS
(CONTACTS CLOSED
EQUALS WINDOW CLOSED)
OUTDOOR
ENTHALPY
UI-3
DI-2
20 VDC
UI-4
COM
UI-5
UI-1
2
COM
UI-2
UI-6
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
24 VAC
2
COM
DO-4
BACnet MS/TP–
DO-3
COM
BACnet MS/TP+
SHIELD
DO-2
TR23-H ONLY
3
2
1
SENSOR
GND
5 4
LON -
6
SETPT
7
LED
OVERRIDE
HUM
24 VAC
8
LON +
DIP SWITCH
S1
1
12 11 10 9
FAN
COM
DO-8
3
24 VAC
COM
DISCHARGE
AIR TEMP
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
+-
RETURN
ENTHALPY
499
DI-1
AO-1
4
COM
DIP SWITCH S2
ON
DO-1
HEAT 1
HEAT 2
COMP 1
COMP2
ON
SW1 SW2
SW1 SW2
ON
DO NOT CHANGE THIS
SWITCH POSITION.
DIP SWITCH S3
(TR23 AND TR24 ONLY.)
SW1 SW2 SW3
1 DIP SWITCH S1 FOR HUMIDITY MODELS ONLY. SEE TR23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORM NO. 62-0267, FOR CONFIGURATION DETAILS.
2 TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
3 CONTACTS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DRY SWITCHING, 5V AT 10 mA. USE SEALED TYPE, GOLD FLASHED OR PIMPLED CONTACTS.
M31177B
Fig. 20. Controller wiring diagram (model PUB6438S shown) with 4 to 20 mA enthalpy sensors and digital inputs.
(For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
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TWO - OR
THREE-WAY
CHILLER
WATER VALVE
TWO - OR
THREE-WAY
HOT WATER/
STEAM VALVE
SERIES 70
VALVE
ACTUATOR
SERIES 70
VALVE
ACTUATOR
24
INVAC COM PUT
24
INVAC COM PUT
AO-3
COM
AO-2
COM
DI-1
AO-1
UI-1
UI-3
UI-6
DISCHARGE
AIR TEMP
UI-2
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
3
+-
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
BAC+
BAC–
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
24 VAC
FAN
24 VAC
COM
BACnet MS/TP–
BACnet MS/TP+
SHIELD
COM
DIP SWITCH S2
SW1 SW2
SW1 SW2
ON
DO NOT
CHANGE THIS
SWITCH
POSITION.
3
2
1
SENSOR
GND
5 4
LON -
6
SETPT
7
LED
8
OVERRIDE
HUM
24 VAC
12 11 10 9
LON +
DIP SWITCH S3
(TR23 AND
SW1 SW2 SW3 TR24 ONLY.)
COM
DAMPER CLOSED
COM CCW
ON
DAMPER OPEN
CW
ON
DO4
ML6161 DAMPER
ACTUATOR
DIP SWITCH
S1
1
TR23-H ONLY
1 DIP SWITCH S1 FOR HUMIDITY MODELS ONLY. SEE TR23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORM NO. 62-0267, FOR CONFIGURATION DETAILS.
2
EARTH GROUND WIRE LENGTH SHOULD BE HELD TO A MINIMUM. USE THE HEAVIEST GAUGE WIRE AVAILABLE, UP TO 14 AWG (2.O MM2) WITH
A MINIMUM OF 18 AWG (1.O MM2), FOR EARTH GROUND WIRE.
3
TO ASSURE PROPER ELECTRICAL CONTACT, WIRES MUST BE TWISTED TOGETHER BEFORE INSERTION INTO THE TERMINAL BLOCK.
4
CONTACTS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DRY SWITCHING, 5V AT 10 mA. USE SEALED TYPE, GOLD FLASHED OR PIMPLED CONTACTS.
M31178A
Fig. 21. Controller wiring diagram (model PUB6438S shown) with 4 to 20 mA heating, cooling, and model ML6161 damper
actuator. (For note 2, refer to Fig. 14.)
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AO1
if one controller is connected improperly (see Fig. 13 on
page 11).
— Verify that Triac wiring of the digital outputs to external
devices uses the proper load power and 24 Vac common
terminal (digital output common terminals) for High-Side
switching.
2
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
-
VERIFY END-OF-LINE TERMINATION RESISTOR
PLACEMENT
The installation wiring diagrams should indicate the locations
for placement of the end of line termination resistors. See
Fig. 13 on page 11.
11111111112
901234567890
12345678
+
For guidelines for wiring run lengths and power budget, see
“Power” on page 6.
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
NET-1
NET-2
NOTE: All wiring must comply with applicable electrical
codes and ordinances or as specified on installation wiring diagrams.
24 VAC
24 VAC
COM
2B
1
RP7517B
PNEUMATIC
VALVE
ACTUATOR
Correct placement of the end-of-line termination resistors is
required for proper LONWORKS® Bus communications.
1M
BROWN
Step 2. Startup
M
BLACK
Refer to Fig. 23 and the following text for startup information.
BLUE
HOST
STATUS LED
1 USE 1/4 IN (6 MM) PNEUMATIC TUBING. MINIMUM BRANCH LINE
MUST BE 6 FT. (1.8M) OR LONGER.
TERMINALS 21, 23, AND 24 ARE ANALOG OUTPUTS.
22222222233333333334
12345678901234567890
M29339B
AO-1
COM
AO-2
AO-3
COM
DI-1
DI-2
COM
DI-3
DI-4
20V DC
UI-1
COM
UI-2
UI-3
COM
UI-4
UI-5
COM
UI-6
2
TERMINALS 21-40
Fig. 22. Controller wiring diagram (model PUB6438S
shown) for RP7517B pneumatic transducer.
24 VAC
24VAC COM
EGND
SHLD
SBUS1
SBUS2
NET-1
NET-2
Step 1. Check Installation and Wiring
Inspect all wiring connections at the controller terminals, and
verify compliance with installation wiring diagrams. If any wiring
changes are required, first be sure to remove power from the
controller before starting work. Pay particular attention to:
— 24 Vac power connections. Verify that multiple controllers
being powered by the same transformer are wired with the
transformer secondary connected to the same input
terminal numbers on each controller. Use a meter to
measure 24 Vac at the appropriate terminals (see Fig. 12
on page 9). Controller configurations are not necessarily
limited to three devices, but the total power draw, including
accessories, cannot exceed 100 VA when powered by the
same transformer (U.S. only).
— Be sure that each controller has terminal 3 wired to a
verified earth ground, using a wire run as short as possible
with the heaviest gauge wire available, up to 14 AWG (2.0
sq mm) with a minimum of 18 AWG (1.0 sq mm) for each
controller in the group (see Fig. 12 on page 9).
— Check that the MS/TP network polarity has been connected
properly on each controller. BACnet MS/TP is polarity
sensitive; communication will be lost for the entire segment
12345678
TERMINALS 1-8
BACnet
STATUS LED
DO-1
DO-2
COM
DO-3
DO-4
COM
DO-5
DO-6
COM
DO-7
DO-8
COM
CHECKOUT
11111111112
901234567890
TERMINALS 9-20
LOCAL BACnet MS/TP
MOLEX CONNECTOR PINS
BACnet MS/TP MAC
M29340A
ADDRESS DIP SWITCHES
Fig. 23. LED, service, and network connection locations.
SET THE MS/TP MAC ADDRESS
The MS/TP MAC address DIP switches are used to set the
unit's MAC address. Each Spyder BACnet on an MS/TP
network must have a unique MAC address in the range of 0127 (address 0 should be avoided as it is the Honeywell factory
default MAC address for all MS/TP devices).
CONTROLLER STATUS LED:
The LED on the front of the controller provides a visual
indication of the status of the device. When the controller
receives power, the LED appears in one of the following
allowable states, as described in Table 8.
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CONTROLLER REPLACEMENT
Table 8. Status LED States.
LED State
OFF
ON
Blink Rate
Status or Condition
Not applicable
No power to processor,
LED damaged, low
voltage to board, first
second of power up or
loader damaged.
ON steady;
not blinking
Very Slow Blink 1 second ON,
(continuous)
1 second OFF
There are no serviceable or repairable parts inside the
controller.
WARNING
Fire, Explosion, or Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Do not attempt to modify the physical or electrical
characteristics of this device in any way. Replace the
controller if troubleshooting indicates a malfunction.
Processor not operating.
Application Program CRC
being checked. This takes
1-2 seconds and occurs
on each restart (power
up, reset and reflash, and
following configuration file
download).
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Disconnect power supply before beginning controller
replacement to prevent electrical shock or equipment
damage.
Controller is operating
normally.
Slow Blink
(continuous)
0.5 second ON, Controller alarm is active
0.5 second OFF or controller in process of
configuration file
download.
Medium Blink
(continuous)
0.3 second ON, Controller is in reflash
0.3 second OFF mode or awaiting/
receiving reflash data via
the BACnet network.
Terminal Block Removal
To simplify controller replacement, all terminal blocks are
designed to be removed with the wiring connections intact and
then re-installed on the new controller. See Fig. 24 and refer to
the following procedure:
BACNET STATUS LED:
The LED on the front of the controller, between the BACnet
MS/TP terminals and MAC Address DIP Switches, provides a
visual indication of the BACnet MS/TP communication status.
When the controller receives power, the LED appears in one of
the following allowable states, as described in Table 9.
IMPORTANT
To prevent bending or breaking the alignment pins on
longer terminal blocks, insert the screwdriver at
several points to evenly and gradually lift up the
terminal block.
Insert the screwdriver blade no more than 1/8 in.
(3 mm) to prevent damage to the terminal block alignment pins on the controller circuit board.
Table 9. BACnet Status LED States.
BACnet LED Status
Status or Condition
Solid on
Controller has power, loader is not
running.
Solid on, blinking off
once in 2.5 sec.
Controller is in reflash mode, no MS/
TP communication.
Solid on, blinking off
twice in 2.5 sec.
Controller is in reflash mode, MS/TP
communication present.
Solid on, blinking off
thrice in 2.5 sec
Controller is in reflash mode, MS/TP
communication data transfer in
progress.
Solid off, there is no
power
No power to processor, LED
damaged, low voltage to board, or
loader damaged.
Solid off, blinking on
once in 2.5 sec.
Controller is running, no MS/TP
communication.
Solid off, blinking on
twice in 2.5 sec.
Controller is running, MS/TP
communication present.
Solid off, blinking on
thrice in 2.5 sec
Controller is running, MS/TP
communication data transfer in
progress.
SHORT TERMINAL BLOCK
M23563
Fig. 24. Removing Terminal Blocks.
1.
Step 3. Checkout Completion
At this point the controller is installed and powered. To
complete the checkout, the NIAGARA FRAMEWORK® application
(run on a PC) is used to configure the I/O and functions of the
controller. Refer to the Programming Tool User Guide, form no.
63-2662, for controller configuration and programming details.
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Use a thin-bladed screwdriver to evenly raise the
terminal block from its alignment pins:
a. For short terminal blocks (1 to 5 terminals), insert
screwdriver blade in the center of the terminal block
and use a back and forth twisting motion to gently
raise the terminal block from its alignment pins 1/4 in.
(6.35 mm).
b. For long terminal blocks (6 or more terminals), insert
screwdriver blade on one side of the terminal block
and gently rotate the blade 1/4 turn. Then, move to
the other side of the terminal block and do the same.
Repeat until the terminal block is evenly raised 1/4 in.
(6.35 mm) from its alignment pins.
SPYDER® BACNET® PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
2.
Once the terminal block is raised 1/4 in. (6.35 mm) from
its alignment pins, grasp the terminal block at its center
(for long terminal blocks grasp it at each end) and pull it
straight up.
4.
• See “Terminal Block Removal” on page 20..
Remove the old controller from its mounting.
IMPORTANT
(FOR CONTROLLERS MOUNTED TO A DIN RAIL):
1. Push straight up from the bottom to release the top
pins.
2. Rotate the top of the controller outwards to release
the bottom flex connectors (see Fig. 8 on page 6).
Controller Replacement (PVB0000AS,
PVB4022AS and PVB6436AS)
For PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS and PVB6436AS controllers,
which are hard-wired to an actuator, perform the following
actions to replace the complete assembly (controller and
actuator):
1. Remove all power from the controller.
2. Remove the two air flow pickup connections from the
pressure sensor.
3. Remove the terminal blocks (See “Terminal Block
Removal” ).
4. Remove the old controller and actuator assembly from its
mounting.
• Loosen the two bolts on the actuator clamp to release
the actuator from the shaft.
• Remove the controller’s mounting screws.
• Gently pull the controller and actuator assembly
straight out, until the assembly is clear of the actuator
shaft.
5. Mount the new controller and actuator assembly (See
“Installation” on page 3.).
6. Reconnect the two air flow pickup tubes to the pressure
sensor (See “Piping (PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS,
PVB4024NS, PVB6436AS and PVB6438NS)” on
page 6.).
7. Replace the terminal blocks:
• Insert each terminal block onto its alignment pins.
• Press straight down to firmly seat it.
• Repeat for each terminal block.
8. Restore power to the controller.
9. Perform “Checkout” on page 19.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Mount the new controller.
• See “Installation” on page 3.
Reconnect the two air flow pickup tubes to the pressure
sensor (See “Piping (PVB0000AS, PVB4022AS,
PVB4024NS, PVB6436AS and PVB6438NS)” on
page 6.).
Replace the terminal blocks:
• Insert each terminal block onto its alignment pins.
• Press straight down to firmly seat it.
• Repeat for each terminal block.
Restore power to the controller.
Perform “Checkout” on page 19.
Controller Replacement (PUB1012S,
PUB4024S, and PUB6438S)
Perform the following to replace the PUB1012S, PUB4024S
and PUB6438S controllers:
1. Remove all power from the controller.
2. Remove the terminal blocks (See “Terminal Block
Removal” on page 20.).
3. Remove the old controller from its mounting.
IMPORTANT
(FOR CONTROLLERS MOUNTED TO A DIN RAIL):
1. Push straight up from the bottom to release the top
pins.
2. Rotate the top of the controller outwards to release
the bottom flex connectors (see Fig. 8 on page 6).
Controller Replacement (PVB4024NS
and PVB6438NS)
4.
5.
Perform the following to replace the PVB4024NS and
PVB6438NS controllers:
1. Remove all power from the controller.
2. Remove the two air flow pickup connections from the
pressure sensor.
3. Remove the terminal blocks.
6.
7.
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Mount the new controller (See “Installation” on page 3.).
Replace the terminal blocks:
• Insert each terminal block onto its alignment pins.
• Press straight down to firmly seat it.
• Repeat for each terminal block.
Restore power to the controller.
Perform “Checkout” on page 19.
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