Carrier 33PILOT-01 Air Conditioner User Manual

System Pilot
Owner’s Manual
Part Number 33PILOT-01
CONTENTS
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Power-Up Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
OAT Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Timeout Feature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
• ATTACH
• CTLR-ID
• ALARM HIST
• CONFIG AND SETPOINTS TABLES
• SCHEDULE
• DETACH
Modifying Set Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Occupancy Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Alternate Maintenance Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Bus Scan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Holiday Configuration Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Air-conditioning equipment will provide safe and reliable
service when operated within design specifications. The
equipment should be operated and serviced only by authorized
personnel who have a thorough knowledge of system operation, safety devices and emergency procedures.
Good judgement should be used in applying any manufacturer’s instructions to avoid injury to personnel or damage to
equipment and property.
GENERAL
The System Pilot (33PILOT-01) is a component of Carrier’s
3V™ control system and serves as the user-interface and
configuration tool for all Carrier communicating devices. The
System Pilot can be used to install and commission a 3V
zoning system, linkage compatible air source, universal
controller, and all other devices operating on the Carrier communicating network.
Additionally, the System Pilot can serve as a wall-mounted
temperature sensor for space temperature measurement. The
occupant can use the System Pilot to change set points and
cause occupancy overrides. A security feature is provided to
limit access of features for unauthorized users.
System Pilot reads that device’s first status table and displays it
as the Default screen.
→ DEFAULT DEVICE DESIGNATION — If the System Pilot is connected to a local bus of a VVT® zone controller
(Comm2), the default device is the local zone controller. If the
System Pilot is on the Carrier communication bus, the default
device is set up by the installer.
The Local or CCN configuration is set up by the installer.
When the System Pilot is configured for Local Operation, time
and date will not be displayed on the default screens. When the
System Pilot is configured for CCN operation, the time and
date will be shown on the default screens. This way a service
person or operator may easily determine if the device may be
used to access devices on the network. The display of the controller name at the top of the screen in the default display is defaulted to off and may be turned on by the installer also.
If the System Pilot is not connected to a local bus and no default device has been configured, the default device is the System Pilot itself. The default device can also be a device that has
been designated as the remote attach device. A remote attach
device is a designated Carrier network device to which the System Pilot will write space temperature, compute an operating
mode for, and monitor and modify set points.
All custom Default screens display the day of week, time,
and space or duct temperature. Other contents will vary
according to the attached device type. Examples of Default
screens for the System Pilot, VVT zone controller, and Bypass
Controller are shown in Fig. 1-3.
OAT Display — The System Pilot has an outside air temperature (OAT) software point that can be forced from the
Carrier communicating network. If the System Pilot is displaying any default screen and the EXIT and SELECT buttons are
pressed together for one second, the System Pilot replaces the
default screen with a special screen that shows the OAT variable value. An example of the OAT Display screen is shown in
Fig. 4. When the System Pilot is connected to the Zone Controller’s local bus (Comm2), the OAT display feature is disabled.
OPERATION
Power-Up Display — When the System Pilot is powered
up, it attaches (initiates communication) to a device that has
been designated as the System Pilot’s default device. The
System Pilot then displays that device’s custom Default screen,
if such a screen exists. If the System Pilot attaches to an
external device that does not have a custom Default screen, the
Fig. 1 — System Pilot Default Screen
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MODIFY/
SELECT
NAVIGATE/
EXIT
Fig. 2 — Zone Controller Default Screen
SCROLL
+
PAGE
-
Fig. 5 — System Pilot User Interface
items currently on the screen with the previous or next 7 items
from the table or list.
If there is additional data at the end or beginning of a table
or list that is not on the screen, the cursor will not advance
(move down) past the next-to-last line or up past the second
line on the screen.
Linkage Coordinator Zone Controller Bus Scan — Pressing
PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN together for 3 seconds from the
Default screen of a Linkage Coordinator Zone Controller
Default screen will display the Bus Scan screen. Bus Scan
allows the user to scan through the linkage coordinator’s zones
and display what is found at each address. Refer to Bus
Scan section on page 7 for additional information on Linkage
Coordinator Zone Controller Bus Scan.
→ INC/DEC — The INC and DEC buttons modify the value of
the highlighted field within its defined limits.
From the Zone Controller Default screen, the INC/DEC
buttons allow the user to modify the set points. Pressing the
INC/DEC buttons continuously updates the highlighted field
and the rate of change accelerates over time.
→ NAVIGATE — This rotary knob functions like the SCROLL
UP/DOWN buttons, with the same sort of wrap-around. However, it also incorporates a left-right movement. The cursor
moves one selectable field with each increment of the rotary
knob. Turning the knob clockwise moves the cursor to the right
and down. With each increment, the cursor advances to the
next field to the right on the current line. If the cursor is on the
last field in the line, the cursor advances to the first (left-most)
field in the next line. Turning the knob counterclockwise
moves the cursor to the left and up in the same manner.
The NAVIGATE rotary knob also functions as the EXIT
button when pressed.
EXIT — The EXIT button returns the display to the next higher screen in the hierarchy. If the EXIT button is pressed and the
data on the screen cannot be or has not been modified, the
System Pilot moves to the next higher screen immediately (no
additional prompts).
Fig. 3 — Bypass Controller Default Screen
Fig. 4 — OAT Display Screen
User Interface — The System Pilot contains six buttons
and two rotary knobs with buttons, which allow the user to
navigate through the menus, select the desired options, and
modify data. See Fig. 5.
SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN — If displaying a table or a
list of items, these buttons move the cursor to the next line or
previous line in the table or list.
If the System Pilot is displaying a controller Default screen
and the SCROLL UP and SCROLL DOWN buttons are
pressed together for 3 seconds, the System Pilot changes to
Program mode.
Pressing the SCROLL UP button along with the INC/DEC
button increases or decreases the contrast on the System Pilot
LCD display screen.
PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN — In screens that have more than 7
data lines (Ex: a Table List screen with more than 7 tables, or a
table with more than 7 decisions), these buttons replace the
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→ MODIFY — Like the INC/DEC buttons, this rotary knob modifies the value of the highlighted field within its defined limits. The
value increases or decreases with each increment of the rotary
knob. Turning the knob clockwise increases the value. Turning it
counterclockwise decreases the value. From the Zone Controller
Default screen, the MODIFY knob allows the user to modify the
set points.
The MODIFY rotary knob also functions as the SELECT
button when pressed.
SELECT — This button function varies according to the
screen that is currently displayed and the device to which the
System Pilot is attached. In general, the SELECT button
processes a user-selected option or initiates a new operation
mode for the System Pilot.
Zone Controller Occupancy Override — Pressing the SELECT
button for less than 3 seconds from the Zone Controller Default
screen while in an unoccupied mode will initiate an occupancy
override. While the occupancy status is blinking, the user can use
the INC/DEC buttons or the MODIFY rotary knob to adjust the
occupancy status.
System Pilot Alternate Maintenance Table — Pressing the
SELECT button for at least 3 seconds from the Zone Controller
Default screen will display the System Pilot Alternate Maintenance Table (ALT_DISP).
Edit Mode — If the System Pilot is displaying editable data,
SELECT allows the user to MODIFY the point that the cursor
is positioned on.
If the EXIT button is pressed and the data on the screen has
been modified, the System Pilot displays the prompt “Save
data?” followed by the following softkeys: YES, NO and ESC.
The NAVIGATE rotary knob can be used to move between
YES, NO, and ESC (with wraparound). Position the cursor on
the desired softkey and press SELECT. Selecting YES causes
the System Pilot to write the new data to the controller and then
return to the next higher screen. Selecting NO returns the
System Pilot to the next higher screen without saving the new
data. Pressing Selecting ESCAPE or pressing the EXIT button
erases the “Save data?” prompt and causes the System Pilot to
remain in the current screen.
→ ATTACH SCREEN NAVIGATION — Pressing SCROLL
UP and PAGE DOWN together for 3 seconds from any screen
will display the Attach screen. If the data on the current screen
has been modified, the user will be prompted to save the data
as described above. Exiting from the Attach screen without attaching will cause the System Pilot to display the Program
screen (not the screen from which the buttons were pushed).
Program Mode — To enter Program mode and display
the Program screen, press the SCROLL UP and SCROLL
DOWN buttons together for 3 seconds from the default screen.
The System Pilot will display one of the three program screens
shown in Fig. 6, depending on the security level that is specified in the System Pilot (PILOTCON) screen.
NOTE: Security level 1 programming is not normally available
for the end user and is not shown in this book. For information
regarding functions available with Security Level 1, refer to the
Installation and Configuration Instructions.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons or the
NAVIGATE knob to step through the options on the Program
screen. A description of the highlighted option will appear in
the bottom line of the screen and will indicate if the option is
not available. Press the SELECT button to select the currently
highlighted option.
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The following program screen options are available:
• ATTACH (all levels)
• Ctlr-ID (all levels)
• ALARM HIST (all levels)
• CONFIG (level 2 only)
• SETPOINTS (levels 2 and 3 only)
• SCHEDULES (level 2 only)
• DETACH (all levels)
→ ATTACH — Selecting the ATTACH option from the Program
screen displays one of the Attach screens shown in Fig. 7 and
8, according to whether the System Pilot is on the Carrier
communicating network or on the local bus.
The center portion of the screen shows the 8-character
controller name, bus number and element number for the
devices to which the System Pilot can attach. The first entry in
the list always displays the default device and shows “Default”
instead of the actual controller name.
The user can use the SCROLL UP/DOWN, NAVIGATE, or
PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN buttons to scroll through the list of
devices. To attach to a device, position the cursor on the device
and press SELECT.
NOTE: Editing the device list is restricted to security level 1.
If the System Pilot is already attached to the specified address, the System Pilot will display the message “Reattach?”
followed by three softkeys displaying YES, NO, and ESC. Use
the NAVIGATE rotary knob to move between the soft keys and
press SELECT. The user can also press EXIT to erase the
prompt and remain in the Attach screen.
If the System Pilot attaches to an un-addressed VVT®
Zone Controller, it will display the Zone Controller’s Ctlr-ID
screen as an indication to the user that the Zone Controller’s
address has not been set. This screen will show the controller
element number as 0, even though the controller will actually
be at its default element number of 140. The user can press
EXIT to exit the System Pilot’s default screen. When the System Pilot attaches to an addressed Zone Controller, the System
Pilot will bring up the standard Zone Controller Default screen.
Timeout Feature — If no user input is received for an
hour (i.e., if no buttons are pressed and no rotary knobs are
turned), the System Pilot reverts to the Default screen for its
default device. If connected to another device, the System Pilot
will re-attach to the default device.
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<Controller Name>
<Controller Name>
Ctrl-ID
CONFIG
SETPOINTS
SCHEDULES
ALARM HIST
ATTACH
DETACH
Ctrl-ID
SETPOINTS
ALARM HIST
ATTACH
DETACH
Ctrl-ID
ALARM HIST
ATTACH
DETACH
<Text & Error messages>
<Text & Error messages>
<Text & Error messages>
<Controller Name>
Ctrl-ID
→Fig. 6 — Program Screens
→ CTLR-ID — Selecting the Ctlr-ID option from the Program
screen displays the Controller ID screen shown in Fig. 9.
The center portion of the screen shows the following information for the controller to which the System Pilot is currently
attached. The controller name, device description, software
part number, reference number, element number, bus number
and baud rate are shown. The device description and reference
number will be truncated, if necessary, to fit on the screen. The
controller name, device description, address and baud rate are
modifiable from security level 1 only.
→ ALARM HIST — Selecting the ALARM HIST option from
the Program screen displays the Alarm History screen. See
Fig. 10. This screen shows the most recent alarms and alerts
generated by the attached device and stored in its Alarm
History table.
The top line shows the 8-character device name. The middle
of the screen shows the alarms/alerts, displayed one at a time.
The bottom line shows the current alarm number and the
number of alarms in the table. This line may also display error
messages as applicable.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN or PAGE UP/DOWN buttons or the NAVIGATE knob to scroll through the alarms/alerts
one at a time. If the EXIT button is pressed, the System Pilot
will return to the Program screen.
Fig. 7 — Attach Screen
(System Pilot on Carrier Communicating Network)
Fig. 8 — Attach Screen
(System Pilot on Local Bus)
Fig. 10 — Alarm History Screen
Fig. 9 — Controller ID Screen
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→ CONFIG AND SETPOINT TABLES — If the CONFIG or
SETPOINTS table option is selected from the Program screen,
and if there is more than one entry in the corresponding table
list, then the System Pilot displays a Table List screen. If there
is only a single table, the System Pilot displays the contents of
the table.
Only two types of configuration tables will be available in
Security Level 2, Holiday Configuration tables and Occupancy
tables (if attached to a device with an occupancy schedule).
NOTE: The CONFIG function is not available if the System
Pilot is set to Security Levels 3 or 4. The SETPOINTS function is not available if the system is set to Security level 3.
The top line of the Table List screen shows the table type
that was selected. The bottom line shows text and error messages, as applicable. The center portion of the screen shows the
table list. This consists of the table names from the specified
list, arranged in alphabetical order.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons or the NAVIGATE
knob to scroll through the list. Press the SELECT button to
display the highlighted line.
If a table type with multiple table entries was selected, the
System Pilot will display a Multiple Table List screen with all
of the table names associated with that table type.
If it is a table type with a single table entry, the System Pilot
will display a Standard Table screen.
Multiple Table List Screen — If multiple tables of a selected
type are available, or if SCHEDULE is selected from the Program screen and there are multiple schedules, the System Pilot
will display a Multiple Table List screen with all of the table
names associated with that table type.
The top line shows the name of the table that was selected.
The bottom line shows text and error messages, as applicable.
The center portion of the screen lists the associated tables in
alphabetical order. If the list has more than 7 tables, then the
first 7 tables will be displayed.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons or the NAVIGATE
knob to scroll through the list. If there are more than 7 tables,
pressing PAGE UP/DOWN will display the previous or next 7
names from the list. Press the SELECT button to read the
highlighted table from the attached device and display an
appropriate screen. A Time Schedule screen is displayed if the
table is a time schedule, or a Standard Table screen is displayed
for any other table. Pressing the EXIT button causes the
System Pilot to return to the Table List screen.
Standard Table Screen — If a table type with a single table entry is selected from a Table List screen, or a table (other than a
schedule) is selected from a Multiple Table List screen, the
System Pilot displays a Standard Table screen.
The top line shows the 8-character table name. The center
portion of the screen shows the table data.
Configuration and set point data is read from the attached
device once, when the table is first selected and displayed.
There will be one point/decision per line. If there are more than
seven decisions/points, the first seven will be displayed. The
bottom line displays text and error messages, as applicable.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons or the NAVIGATE
knob to scroll through the data. If there are more than 7 decisions/points, pressing PAGE UP/DOWN will display the
previous or next 7 decisions/points. As the user scrolls through
the table, the System Pilot will highlight the current decision/
point and if there is an associated point name, the 24-character
descriptor will be displayed on the bottom line. If there is no
associated point name, the System Pilot will display the
24-character descriptor in the center portion of the screen.
If the SELECT button is pressed and the current point is editable, the System Pilot allows the user to modify the point.
If the EXIT button is pressed, the System Pilot exits to the
next higher screen.
SCHEDULE — Selecting the SCHEDULE option from the
Program screen and then selecting a Time Schedule table
displays the Time Schedule screen as shown in Fig. 11. This
example shows all 8 of the time schedule periods, even though
only the first 6 (plus the header line) will actually be shown on
the System Pilot when this screen is entered.
NOTE: This function is not available if the System Pilot is set
to Security Levels 3 or 4.
The top line shows the 8-character schedule name. The
bottom line displays text and error messages, if applicable. The
center portion of the screen shows the schedule data which are
the occupied and unoccupied times for each period and the
days to which the period applies. The time is displayed with a
24-hour clock with colon (00:00 to 24:00). The day flags are
displayed as 8 bits (0 or 1), for Monday through Sunday plus
holiday. The times and day flags are modifiable. The period
numbers and the header line are fixed. Each of the day flags is
treated as a separate field, therefore, there are 12 modifiable
fields per line.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons or the NAVIGATE
knob to scroll through the table one line at a time. If the
SELECT button is pressed, the System Pilot allows the user to
modify the data on the current line (starting with Occupied
hour). Use the NAVIGATE knob to move within the line. As
each field is highlighted, the truncated 24-character descriptor
is displayed on the message line. Use the INC/DEC buttons or
the MODIFY rotary knob to adjust the highlighted value. If the
EXIT button is pressed, the System Pilot will return to the
Program screen or the Multiple Table List screen.
DETACH — Select this option from the Program screen to
disconnect from the device to which the System Pilot is
currently attached. The System Pilot will attach to itself and
display the System Pilot default screen.
→ Modifying Set Points — The VVT® zone controller
default screen displays two set points. The Remote Attach
Default screen will display up to two set points. The user can
modify the displayed set points by turning the MODIFY rotary
knob or pressing the INC/DEC buttons. The displayed set
points will blink.
NOTE: This function is not available if the System Pilot is set
to security level 4.
The System Pilot will modify a set point subject to the
limits read from the controller. If there are two set points, the
System Pilot will modify them simultaneously and will
preserve the difference between them subject to the limits read
from the controller.
The System Pilot has configurable high and low limits for
set points, as defined in the System Pilot Configuration Table
and the System Pilot remote attach configuration table. On a
Remote Attach Default screen, the limits will be applicable to
Fig. 11 — Time Schedule Screen
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the set points if the set point units are degrees, otherwise, they
will be ignored.
The System Pilot's internal limits will not affect the display.
The System Pilot reads the set points from the device and
displays them as read, even if they are outside the configured
System Pilot limits.
Pressing SELECT while a set point is blinking sends the
new set point to the controller. Before sending the new set point
to the device, the System Pilot will clamp the set point to its
own internal limits and will display the clamped set point on
the screen. If clamping a set point results in a value that is outside the limits read from the device, the System Pilot will display an error indication (“LIMIT”) and will not write the set
point to the device.
Pressing EXIT while a set point is blinking will cause the
System Pilot to revert to the original set point. Changing the set
point without pressing SELECT or EXIT for 15 seconds will
also cause the System Pilot to write the new set point to the
controller.
The System Pilot will not write set points to the controller
unless they have been changed from their original values.
Occupancy Override — To initiate an override from
the Zone Controller Default Screen (if the Zone Controller’s
occupancy status is UNOC), press the SELECT button for
less than 3 seconds. The occupancy status will begin to blink.
While the occupancy status is blinking, use the INC/DEC
buttons or the MODIFY rotary knob to adjust the occupancy
status. If the occupancy status is changed to OCC and then
SELECT is pressed, the System Pilot sends the occupancy
override to the Zone Controller.
If the occupancy status has been changed and the user does
not press SELECT or EXIT within 15 seconds, the System Pilot
will send the occupancy override to the controller and the occupancy status will stop blinking. If the occupancy status has not
been changed, the System Pilot will not send occupancy status.
If the user presses EXIT while the occupancy status is
blinking, the System Pilot will revert to the UNOC status. The
System Pilot will not change the Zone Controller's occupancy
status.
If communication to the Zone Controller fails, the System
Pilot will display “COMFAIL” on the bottom line for 5 seconds.
NOTE: An occupancy override from the System Pilot will be
summed into the Tenant Billing Option’s accumulation of
override times. The occupancy override function is not available if the System Pilot is set to security level 4.
Fig. 12 — System Pilot Alternate
Maintenance Tables
Bus Scan — If the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN buttons
are pressed at the same time for 3 seconds and if the attached
device is a Linkage Coordinator, then the System Pilot will
display the Bus Scan screen. See Fig. 13.
NOTE: If the attached device is not a Linkage Coordinator, the
System Pilot will ignore this button combination.
Approximately every sixty seconds, the Linkage Coordinator
attempts to communicate with its associated Zone Controllers,
optional Bypass Controller, and optional Air Source. The status
of this communication attempt is shown in the Bus Scan screen.
The top line shows the title “3V Bus Scan: NNN,” where
NNN is the bus number of the attached device. The next line is
the data header, which is shaded gray. The rest of the screen
shows the following data from the scanned devices: device
address (Addr), device type (DevType), alarm flag (Alm) and
status (Stat).
The alarm flag will be Yes if there are outstanding alarms in
the device’s alarm history table and No otherwise. The status
column will display Zone Controller’s space temperature, Bypass Controller’s duct temperature, or “Fail” if the Linkage Coordinator is unable to communicate with the device. The alarm
flag and status will be dashes (“----“) for non-3V devices. Temperatures will be displayed with one decimal place. Values of
–40.0 and 245.0 F will be displayed for open and shorted
sensors.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN, NAVIGATE or PAGE UP/
PAGE DOWN buttons to scroll through the list of devices.
Alternate Maintenance Table — To display the System Pilot Alternate Maintenance Table (ALT_DISP), press the
SELECT button for at least 3 seconds from the Zone Controller
Default Screen. The System Pilot will display the Linkage
Controller or zone controller Alternate Maintenance Table
shown in Fig. 12, depending on whether or not the attached
Zone Controller has been designated as a Linkage Coordinator
(in the Zone Controller’s Linkage Configuration [LINKAGE]
Table).
If the Zone Controller is not a Linkage Coordinator, the
ALT_DISP table will simply display the zone controller’s
Points Display Table (POINTS) values. If the Zone Controller
is a Linkage Coordinator, the ALT_DISP table will display the
zone controller’s Points Display Table values followed by the
Master Zone Maintenance Table (MZNMAINT) values.
NOTE: The user will not be able to force any values from this
table regardless of whether the same point is forcible from any
other table.
Use the SCROLL UP/DOWN, NAVIGATE, or PAGE UP/
PAGE DOWN buttons to scroll through the table. Pressing the
EXIT button causes the System Pilot to return to the Zone
Controller Default screen.
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START MONTH — Use this decision to indicate the month
of the year in which the holiday will begin.
Start Month:
Allowable Entries 1 to 12
Default Value
1
START DAY — Use this decision to indicate the day of the
month on which the holiday will begin.
Start Day:
Allowable Entries 1 to 31
Default Value
1
DURATION — Use this decision to indicate the number of
consecutive days that the holiday will last. If you enter 0 in this
decision, the holiday schedule will be disabled.
Duration:
Allowable Entries 0 = Disable or 1 to 365
Default Value
0
Fig. 13 — 3V™ Bus Scan Screen
Pressing the EXIT button causes the System Pilot to return to the
Master Zone Controller (Linkage Coordinator) Default screen.
Table 1 — Holiday Configuration (HOLDYXXS)
Holiday (HOLDYxxS) Configuration Table —
DESCRIPTION
Start Month
Start Day
Duration
The Holiday Configuration Table is shown in Table 1. The System Pilot has 30 configurable Holiday tables (HOLDY01S –
HOLDY30S). An explanation of each configuration decision
follows.
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DISPLAY
POINT
XX
MONTH
XX
DAY
XXX
DURATION
RANGE DEFAULT
1-12
1
1-31
1
0-365
0
Copyright 2004 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 111
Catalog No. 533-30017
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 33ZC-4SO
Pg 8
606
10-04
Replaces: New
Book 1
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Tab 11a 13a
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