JADE™ Economizer Module (MODEL W7220) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Inputs A Mixed air (MA) analog sensor is required on all W7220 units; either an OA (Outdoor Air) sensor for dry bulb change over or an OA Sylkbus sensor for outdoor enthalpy change over is required in addition to the MA sensor. An additional Return Air (RA) Sylkbus sensor can be added to the system for differential enthalpy changeover. DCV (CO2) Sensor (C7232): 2-10 Vdc control signal; minimum impedance >50k ohm. Outputs Actuator signal: 2-10 Vdc; minimum actuator impedance is 2k ohm Exhaust fan and AUX: Contact closure (24 Vac) This document describes wiring, power up, basic troubleshooting, and common installation issues for the JADE™ Economizer Module (Model W7220). For further information on mounting and operation, refer to Honeywell document 63-2700. 24 Vac Out: 100 VA Class 2 transformer When Installing This Product 1. BEFORE INSTALLATION 2. Review the following before installing the The W7220: 3. Electrical 4. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them could damage the product or cause a hazardous condition. Check ratings given in instructions and on the product to ensure the product is suitable for your application. Installer must be a trained, experienced service technician. After installation is complete, check out product operation as provided in these instructions. Rated Voltage: 20 to 30 Vac RMS; 50/60 Hz Relay Contact Rating: 30 Vac IMPORTANT All inputs and outputs must be Class 2 wiring. INSTALLATION AND SETUP The Economizer module may be mounted in any orientation. However, mounting in the orientation shown above permits proper viewing of the LCD display and use of the keypad. E4436 62-0331-03 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE WIRING CAUTION Equipment Damage Hazard. Electrostatic discharge can short equipment circuitry. Ensure that you are properly grounded before handling the unit. All wiring must comply with applicable electrical codes and ordinances, or as specified on installation wiring diagrams. Module wiring in the field is terminated to the four screw terminal blocks located on the left and right sides. Module wiring at the OEM factory is terminated via the header pin terminals located on the left and right sides. The header terminal pins and the terminal blocks have common terminations for the appropriate input or output. The part number for the OEM female mating connector is 003997. 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. Each terminal can accommodate the following gauges of wire: • Single wire – from 18 AWG to 22 AWG solid or stranded • Multiple wires – up to two 22 AWG stranded • For the 24 Vac connections: single wire – from 14 to 18 AWG solid or stranded Refer to Fig. 1 through Fig. 4 on page 5 for common wiring configurations. 1 ROOF TOP UNIT MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE Y1 O/B N MA MA OAT OAT OA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL) W2 SD-O/B OCC E-GND AUX Y2I IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V Y2O Y1I ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V TR Y1O C R 24 VAC 2 TR1 IN + IN - M7215 (OPTIONAL COMMUNICATING DCA) 1 NOTE THAT THE C7250 20K NTC SENSOR CAN BE MOUNTED IN THE OAT ONLY IN THIS CONFIGURATION. 2 IF THE COMMUNICATING ACTUATOR IS USED, IT IS CONNECTED TO THE S-BUS TERMINALS USING 2-WIRE SYLKBUS WIRING. THERMOSTAT Fig. 1. Stand-alone dry bulb Economizer configuration with black motor M7215. 62-0331—03 G W1 Y2 2 M28980 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE 1 MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE N MA MA OAT OAT OA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL) G W1 Y1 O/B Y2 W2 SD-O/B OCC E-GND AUX Y2I IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V Y2O Y1I Y1O C R 24 VAC 2 3 MS7503 (OPTIONAL COMMUNICATING DCA) 1 NOTE THAT THE C7250 20K NTC SENSOR CAN BE MOUNTED IN THE OAT ONLY IN THIS CONFIGURATION. 2 IF THE COMMUNICATING ACTUATOR IS USED, IT IS CONNECTED TO THE S-BUS TERMINALS USING 2-WIRE SYLKBUS WIRING. THERMOSTAT M32284 Fig. 2. Stand-alone dry-bulb Economizer configuration with Honeywell MS7503 Direct Coupled Actuator. 3 62-0331—03 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE 1 MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE O/B MA MA Y2 W2 SD-O/B OCC E-GND S-BUS AUX S-BUS CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL) G W1 Y1 N Y2I IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V Y2O Y1I ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V Y1O C R 24 VAC TR 2 TR1 IN + IN - M7215 (OPTIONAL COMMUNICATING DCA) THERMOSTAT OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR 1 DISCHARGE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR 1 IN THIS CONFIGURATION, THE MAT IS REQUIRED AND AN OPTIONAL DISCHARGE AIR TEM/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR CAN BE ADDED FOR ADVANCED CONTROL AS SHOWN IN THE LOWER LEFT OF THIS FIGURE. 2 IF THE COMMUNICATING ACTUATOR IS USED, IT IS CONNECTED TO THE S-BUS TERMINALS USING 2-WIRE SYLKBUS WIRING. M28979 Fig. 3. Economizer with Sylk Bus sensors for enthalpy configuration with Honeywell M7215 black motor. 62-0331—03 4 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE 1 MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE O/B Y1 N MA MA W2 SD-O/B OCC E-GND S-BUS S-BUS CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL) G W1 Y2 AUX Y2I IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V Y2O Y1I Y1O C R MS7503 24 VAC 2 3 MS7503 (OPTIONAL COMMUNICATING DCA) THERMOSTAT OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR 1 DISCHARGE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR 1 IN THIS CONFIGURATION, THE MAT IS REQUIRED AND AN OPTIONAL DISCHARGE AIR TEM/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR CAN BE ADDED FOR ADVANCED CONTROL AS SHOWN IN THE LOWER LEFT OF THIS FIGURE. 2 IF THE COMMUNICATING ACTUATOR IS USED, IT IS CONNECTED TO THE S-BUS TERMINALS USING 2-WIRE SYLKBUS WIRING. M32285 Fig. 4. Economizer with Sylk Bus sensors for enthalpy configuration with a Honeywell MS7305 Direct Coupled Actuator. 5 62-0331—03 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE POWER UP If one or more alarms are present and there has been no keypad activity for at least 5 minutes, the Alarms menu displays and cycles through the active alarms. After the module is mounted and wired, apply power. You can also navigate to the Alarms menu at any time. Power Up Delay Upon power up (or after a power outage or brownout), the W7220 controller module begins a 5 minute power up delay before enabling mechanical cooling. Table 1. Alarms Menu. Menu ALARMS(_) Alarm MA T SENS ERR Initial Menu Display CO2 SENS ERR On initial start up, Honeywell displays on the first line and Economizer W7220 on the second line. After a brief pause, the revision of the software appears on the first line and the second line will be blank. OA T SENS ERR DA ENTHL ERR SYS ALARMa NOTES: 1. Power Loss (Outage or Brownout) All setpoints and advanced settings are restoreda after any power loss or interruption. 2. NOTE: If power goes below 18 Vac, the W7220 controller module assumes a power loss and the 5 minute power up delay will become functional when power returns above 18 Vac. a TROUBLESHOOTING The Alarms menu displays only when alarm(s) are active and includes the number of active alarms in parenthesis (). The alarms listed are a few examples. Additional alarms display depending on the parameter settings and configuration. When AUX is set to SYS and there is any alarm (e.g., failed sensors, etc.), the AUX terminal has 24 Vac out and the LCD displays the SYS ALARM. Clearing Alarms Power Loss (Outage or Brownout) Once the alarm has been identified and the cause has been removed (e.g. replaced faulty sensor), the alarm can be cleared from the display. NOTE: If power goes below 18 Vac, the W7220 controller module assumes a power loss and the 5 minute power up delay will become functional when power returns above 18 Vac. To clear an alarm, perform the following: 1. Navigate to the desired alarm. 2. Press the ↵ button. 3. ERASE? displays. 4. Press the ↵ button. 5. ALARM ERASED displays. All setpoints and advanced settings are restoreda after any power loss or interruption. Alarms 6. The Economizer module provides alarm messages that display on the 2-line LCD. NOTE: If an the alarm still exists after you clear it, it redisplays within 5 seconds. NOTE: Upon power up, the module waits several seconds before checking for alarms. This allows time for all the configured devices (e.g. sensors, actuator) to become operational. a All settings are stored in non-volatile flash memory. 62-0331—03 Press the button (MenuUp/Exit) to complete the action and return to the previous menu. 6 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE COMMON INSTALLATION ISSUES AND CONCERNS Table 2. Installation Issues and Concerns. Area Configuration Wiring Operation or Use Issue or Concern Possible Cause and Remedy Are the old sensors in the unit (C7400A, C7150 or C7232) compatible with the economizer controller? No, the C7400A and C7150 sensors are not compatible with the W7220. The enthalpy sensor for the W7220 is the C7400S. The Mixed Air or Outdoor air dry bulb sensors are the C7250A. The C7232 CO2 sensor is compatible with the W7220. The unit has a W7459 economizer and black motor. Do I need to change the motor? If you have a W7459 economizer with a M7415 motor you will need to change to a M7215 motor. The W7220 has a 2 to 10 Vdc out to the motor, so you will need a M7215 motor. The M7215 motors are used with the W7212 economizers. So if you have one of these units, you will not have to change the motor. I have 4 terminals on my The economizer 24 Vac COM can be wired to the Honeywell actuator common actuator and the wiring only ( or TR1). The actuators have internal ground circuits. shows 3 wires. There is an Earth Ground terminal. Do I need to wire to earth ground? Yes, the economizer must be wired to earth ground. What are the part numbers of the 2 and 6 pin side connectors? The 2-pin connectors are Honeywell part number 50048926-001 and the 6-pin connectors are Honeywell part number 50048926-002. Both are available in accessory bags of 20 each. My outdoor temperature reading on the STATUS menu is not accurate. Check the sensor wiring. Enthalpy sensors are to be wired to the Sylk Bus terminals. Temperature sensors are to be wired to the OAT and MAT terminals. If my enthalpy sensor drifts The sensors are not able to be re-calibrated in the field. However there is a menu in accuracy over time, can I item under the ADVANCED menu where you are able to input a limited offset in re-calibrate it? temperature and humidity for each sensor you have connected to the economizer. Can I go back to factory defaults and start over? Under the SYSTEM SETUP menu you can change the setpoints to the factory defaults. Will I be able to see the LCD The LCD screen has a backlight that is always illuminated. screen when it is in the unit? What is a good setpoint for the Mixed Air Temperature (MAT)? The mixed air temperature is the temperature of air that you want to supply to the space. In a commercial building, this is between 50 to 55°F (10 to 13°C). The mixed air is the mixing of the return air and the outdoor air. I am using enthalpy In the event the humidity sensor in the enthalpy sensors fails, the backup sensors. Why did the control algorithm in the control is to default to the temperature sensor in the enthalpy ask me to input a dry bulb sensor. changeover temperature? In checkout, the outdoor damper closes when I command it open. Check the actuator linkage or rotation. In the CHECKOUT mode, the outdoor damper should drive open or closed with the return air damper having the opposite effect. How do I set my minimum position? The minimum position is set using the VENTMIN and VENTMAX setup in the SETPOINTS menu. VENTMIN is the minimum ventilation required when using an occupancy sensor and VENTMAX is the minimum ventilation when not using an occupancy sensor for Demand Control Ventilation. The VENTMAX position is set the same as with the potentiometer on the analog economizers and is the output voltage to the damper actuator. The range is 2 Vdc closed OA damper and 10 Vdc open OA damper. What if my damper does not Check the damper linkage or hub to make sure the damper is able to close go completely closed in the completely. checkout operation? How do I set the OCC? There are two settings for the OCC setting, INPUT and ALWAYS. INPUT is from the space thermostat, if it has an occupancy output. ALWAYS is the unit in the occupied mode, if the economizer is powered (fan on). Does the economizer save my program values if the unit loses power? Yes, once the changes are stored in the controller they will be stored until they are changed by the operator. 7 62-0331—03 JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North Golden Valley, MN 55422 Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 35 Dynamic Drive Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9 customer.honeywell.com ® U.S. Registered Trademark © 2010 Honeywell International Inc. 62-0331—03 M.S. 11-10 Printed in U.S.A.
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