Zio™ LCD Wall Modules TR70 and TR70-H with Sylk

Zio™ LCD Wall Modules
™
TR70 AND TR70-H with Sylk bus
OPERATING GUIDE
PREFACE
This Operating Guide is intended to provide configuration
information (using the Niagara Workbench tool) and a general
overview of the TR70 operator interface. Configuration begins
with “Initial Power-up” on page 2, and the general overview
begins with “Operating the Zio Wall Module” on page 22.
It is intended to guide you through the features and operation
of the TR70 as you interface with the programmable controller
and establish pre-programmed or custom configurations.
LCD PANEL
APPLICATION
The TR70 and TR70-Ha LCD Wall Modules provide an
operator interface for monitoring and adjusting parameters in
the wall module itself and in the programmable controllerb to
which it is wired. The wall module may be customized and
supports both a contractor and a tenant user interface.
NOTE: This document illustrates the wall module
configuration process using information from the
Honeywell Spyder™ User’s Guide (form 63-2662).
The wall module has a snap in mounting to a subbase that
may be mounted on a wall, on a standard utility conduit box,
or on a 60 mm wall outlet box. Wiring connections to the wall
module are made through a cutout in the back of the wall
module.
All models have a space temperature sensor, network bus
jack, and an LCD panel with three softkeys and two Up/Down
adjustment keys.
a The
TR70-H model includes an onboard humidity sensor.
to the Honeywell Spyder User’s Guide (form 63-2662)
or the ComfortPoint™ Programmable Controller User’s
Guide (form 63-2663) depending on the programmable controller used.
b Refer
SOFTKEYS (3)
UP/DOWN
ARROW KEYS
NETWORK BUS PORT (ON BOTTOM OF CASE)
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Fig. 1. LCD Wall Module features.
Contents
Initial Power-up .................................................................
Setup and Configuration ...................................................
Initial Setup and Configuration ..................................
Selecting the Wall Module .........................................
Pre-Programmed Configurations ..............................
Wall Module Configuration ........................................
General Settings ...................................................
Categories and Parameters ..................................
Home Screen Options ...........................................
Occupancy and Override ......................................
Fan Command ......................................................
System Status and Command ...............................
Preview .................................................................
Completing the Setup and Configuration ..........................
Operating the Zio Wall Module .........................................
Contractor Mode Operation ......................................
Tenant Mode Operation ............................................
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Compatibility
NOTE: Multi-drop installations are not available at this time.
Only one wall module may be wired to the
programmable controller.
The Zio LCD Wall Modules operate with the Sylk Enhanced
Spyder Controller or the Sylk Enhanced ComfortPoint
Controller.
Selecting the Wall Module
INITIAL POWER-UP
IMPORTANT
1. Make sure the TR70 wall module is properly
mounted and properly wired and connected to the
programmable controller.
2. Refer to the Zio™ LCD Wall Modules TR70 and
TR70-H with Sylk™ bus – Installation Instructions,
form 62-0271, for specific installation requirements.
Upon initial power-up before configuring the wall module, the
LCD screen displays the phrase “PLEASE LOAd” in the Label/
Value area of Fig. 2. This phrase alternates with any onboard
sensor display such as temperature.
Fig. 2 illustrates all the possible LCD Wall Module display
elements. Only those elements pertinent to the current
configuration and status actually display.
SYSTEM
STATUS
AREA
LABEL/
VALUE
(8 CHAR.)
OVERRIDE
INFORMATION
CURRENT
DISPLAYED
VALUE
ENGINEERING
UNITS
FAN
INFORMATION
OCCUPANCY
STATUS
There are two ways to configure the wall module:
• Select one of the 16 pre-programmed configurations within
the Spyder Library (the most commonly used method).
- or • Select the un-programmed S-Bus wall module
configuration.
NOTE: The 16 pre-programmed configurations satisfy most
application requirements. You can select a preprogrammed configuration and then Preview it to see
if it works for your application.
Selecting a Pre-Programmed Configuration
There are 16 pre-programmed configurations located in the
Spyder Library. See Fig. 3 for a sample screen shot of the tool
interface showing the Spyder Library and see “PreProgrammed Configurations” on page 3 for descriptions.
1. Add the desired configuration to the wire sheet via a left
click, drag, and drop. See callout 1 in Fig. 3.
2. Right click on the configuration’s function block to open
the Configuration Properties menu. See callout 2 in
Fig. 3.
3. Left click on the title, Configuration Properties. This
action starts the Configuration Wizard. The
Configuration Wizard steps (see Fig. 6 on page 6) are
used to configure the wall module.
SOFTKEY
LABELS
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Fig. 2. TR70 Wall Module - LCD screen.
RIGHT CLICK
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SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
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Initial Setup and Configuration
Once the wall module is wired to the controller, you configure
the wall module using the PC-based, Niagara Workbench
Tool. Refer to the applicable programmable controller User’s
Guide.a This tool is used to configure the wall module for
either the Spyder or the ComfortPoint programmable
controller.
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Fig. 3. Niagara Tool Interface - pre-programmed
configuration selection.
Confirm Bus Address Setting
Check to ensure that the Wall Module’s bus address dial
(located on the back of the module) is set to one (1) to match
the default setting of the configuration tool.
a Refer
to the Honeywell Spyder User’s Guide (form 63-2662)
or the ComfortPoint Programmable Controller User’s Guide
(form 63-2663) depending on the programmable controller
used.
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AND
DROP
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Selecting the Un-programmed S-Bus Wall Module
Configurations - Typical for TR70 Wall Modules
You may use the Sylk S-Bus wall module function block from
the Palette’s Built-In folder (see Fig. 4). This configuration has
nothing programmed except the room temperature parameter.
1.
2.
3.
Add the Sylk S-Bus Wall Module function block to the
wire sheet via a left click, drag, and drop. See callout 1
in Fig. 4.
Right click on the S-Bus Wall Module function block to
open the Configuration Properties menu. See callout 2
in Fig. 4.
Left click on the title, Configuration Properties. This
action starts the Configuration Wizard. The
Configuration Wizard steps (see Fig. 6 on page 6) are
used to configure the wall module.
RIGHT CLICK
SBusWallModule
VAV_Temp_MnMxBal_NwOvrdTime
Typical set-up for a VAV system pre-configured with a Min/
Max Airflow balancing method (balancing can be done
through the wall module keypad), and uses the network
determined occupied override duration.
VAV_Temp_KfacBal_NwOvrdTime
Typical set-up for a VAV system pre-configured with a KFactor method of balancing (balancing can be done though
the wall module keypad), and uses the network determined
occupied override duration.
VAV_Temp_NoBal_AllOverride
Typical set-up for a VAV system. No balancing loaded, which
frees up additional memory if greater controller parameter
access is desired. Loaded with a user adjustable occupied
override time from 30 minutes to 3 hours, as well as an
adjustable vacation (multiple day) override (unoccupied), and
a continuous unoccupied time.
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1
VAV_Temp_NoBal_NwOvrdTime
Typical set-up for a VAV system. No balancing loaded, which
frees up additional memory if greater controller parameter
access is desired. Uses the network determined occupied
override duration.
DRAG
AND
DROP
FCU_Temp_NwOvrdTime
Typical set-up for a fan coil system pre-configured to use the
network determined occupied override duration.
VAV_Temp_NoBal_NwOvrdTime
VAV_Temp_MnMxBal_NwOvrdTime
VAV_Temp_KfacBal_NwOvrdTime
VAV_Temp_NoBal_AllOverride
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Fig. 4. Niagara Tool Interface - un-programmed S-Bus wall
module selection.
Pre-Programmed Configurations
The 16 pre-programmed configurations are starting points for
customization. Just drag the configuration out of the Spyder
Library (See “Selecting a Pre-Programmed Configuration” on
page 2.), then start customizing it and making the required
links in the wire sheet. You can select from the menu items
(e.g. Home Screen Options; see Fig. 6 on page 6), make your
changes, and save it as a custom configuration to complete
the configuration process.
NOTE: If one of the pre-programmed configurations works
for your application, then you can simply complete
this section, preview it, and finish the configuration
process by going to “Completing the Setup and
Configuration” on page 16.
FCU_Temp_AllOverride
Typical set-up for a fan coil system pre-configured to use the
network determined occupied override duration. Loaded with
a user adjustable occupied override time from 30 minutes to 3
hours, as well as an adjustable vacation (multiple day)
override (unoccupied), and a continuous unoccupied time.
CVAHU_Temp_NwOvrdTime
Typical set-up for a CVAHU system pre-configured to show
system status and system override (heat, cool, auto, etc., like
a thermostat), and uses the network determined occupied
override duration.
CVAHU_Temp_AllOverride
Typical set-up for a CVAHU system pre-configured to show
system status and system override (heat, cool, auto, etc., like
a thermostat). This status can be removed. Loaded with a
user adjustable occupied override time from 30 minutes to 3
hours, as well as an adjustable vacation (multiple day)
override (unoccupied), and a continuous unoccupied time).
Each configuration includes:
• A default Home screen showing room temperature, room
setpoint, and either outside air or indoor humidity.
• Seven additional Home screens choices are also preloaded.
Use the full-featured Preview option in the wall module tool to
demo the configuration. See “Preview” on page 15.
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Configurations including Humidity
Table 1. Navigation Buttons. (Continued)
These configurations are typical for TR70-H Wall Modules.
The following configurations are equivalent to the TR-70
configurations, but these include the Humidity parameter.
Item
— VAV_TempHum_MnMxBal_NwOvrdTime
— VAV_TempHum_KfacBal_NwOvrdTime
— VAV_TempHum_NoBal_NwOvrdTime
— VAV_TempHum_NoBal_AllOverride
— FCU_TempHum_NwOvrdTime
— FCU_TempHum_AllOverride
— CVAHU_TempHum_NwOvrdTime
— CVAHU_TempHum_AllOverride
NOTE: At any time, any of the 16 configurations can be
modified and saved to the library with a new
configuration name. See Fig. 21 on page 16 for an
illustration of the Save to Library pop-up window.
Navigation and Memory Usage
The Honeywell Spyder Tool uses an intuitive, window-based
interface. A Help button on each screen provides assistance
with any entry or process.
IMPORTANT
Use the Help button to display context specific help
for the current window or pane display. See the lower
left corner of Fig. 7 on page 6 for the location of the
Help button.
NOTE: At any time, clicking the Preview button (lower left of
main window, see Fig. 7 on page 6) displays the
updated wall module LCD as a pop-up. Preview
simulates the actual wall module interface and allows
you to verify the operation of the current
configuration of the wall module. See “Preview” on
page 15.
Navigation
Table 1 describes the navigation buttons at the bottom of the
wall module window. See the bottom of Fig. 8 on page 7 for
the location of these buttons. Buttons are greyed when
unavailable.
Table 1. Navigation Buttons.
Item
Function/Use
Takes you backward one step in the wizard
interface.
Next
Takes you forward one step in the wizard
interface.
Finish
Clicking this button commits all changes to the
database, closes the Configuration Wizard, and
returns you to the wire sheet.
Cancel
Prompts you with a confirmation message.
If you reply Yes, then all selections/entries made
since the Save to Library button was last pressed
are ignored, and the wizard interface quits.
SAVE BUTTON
A SAVE button is available on screens that allow entries or
selections. It is enabled whenever any change is made on the
screen, and allows you to save your selections/entries at any
time. See the ROOMSP Details area of the Categories and
Parameters window in Fig. 13 on page 9 for an example of the
SAVE button.
Save is enabled whenever a change is made to the current
page. When you press the SAVE button, the preview screen
displays and your changes are reflected in the preview.
If you try to leave the current screen without saving (click
another icon or press the Back or Next button) and have made
changes, the LCD displays a warning message.
Memory Usage
The wall module has a fixed amount of memory available for
configuration data. A bar graph indicating current memory
usage is provided in the lower left of the wall module window.
See Fig. 8 on page 7.
NOTE: Memory usage must be less than 100% in order to
download the configuration to the programmable
controller.
If the memory bar graph is not visible, click the Show Wall
Module Memory Usage check box in the lower left of the
window. See the lower left corner of Fig. 8 on page 7 for an
illustration.
Right clicking on the bar graph displays details of how the
memory is currently being used.
Help
When clicked, this button provides context
sensitive help for the currently selected item or
parameter.
Preview
When clicked, this button displays the updated
wall module LCD in a pop-up window pane.
Preview is fully interactive and simulates the
actual wall module interface as currently
configured (see “Preview” on page 15 for details).
Save to
Library
For new custom configurations and standard
configurations.
Clicking the button opens the Save to Library
screen (shown in Fig. 21 on page 16). This action
allows you to save the entire current wall module
configuration.
The Save to Library button is disabled until you
change the configuration (application). After a
change is made, you can save the new
configuration into the library under a new name.
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Function/Use
Back
4
The fill color of the bar graph changes according to the
following memory levels:
• Less than 90% = blue
• Greater than 90%, but less than 100% = orange
• Greater than 100% = red
The following warning message displays when the memory
usage is greater than 100%:
“Warning: Memory Limit Exceeded. The current wall
module configuration requires more memory than the wall
module model can support. You will need to change the
configuration so that the memory usage is 100% or less
before pressing the FINISH button.”
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Clicking anywhere on the memory bar graph opens a pop up
to display the Help specific to memory management as
illustrated in Fig. 5.
Fig. 5. Memory Usage Help screen.
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Wall Module Configuration
Table 2. General Settings.
To begin configuring the wall module:
1.
Item
Right click on the configuration’s function block to open
the Configuration Properties menu. See callout 2 in
Fig. 3 on page 2.
Left click on the title, Configuration Properties. This
action starts the Configuration Wizard. The
Configuration Wizard steps (see Fig. 6) are used to
configure the wall module.
2.
See “General Settings”.
See page 7.
See page 10.
Function/Use
Block Name
The wizard displays S-Bus Wall Module.
Wall Module
Type
Select the appropriate type (Temperature
Only, or a combination of Temperature,
and/or Humidity) from the drop down list.
Model Options
Click LCD Display.
Select Model
Select the appropriate model, TR70 or
TR70-H, from the drop down list.
Wall Module
Address
Use the factory default, 1, for the wall
module connected to the programmable
controller.
Time Display
Format
Select 12 or 24 hour format.
See page 11.
See page 13.
See page 14.
See page 15.
Fig. 6. Wall Module - Configuration Wizard window
showing Menu selections only.
General Settings
Using Fig. 7 and Table 2 as a guide, configure the General
Settings. An image of the selected model and its capabilities
updates in the display at the bottom of the window.
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
X
x
General Settings
General Settings
Block Name:
S-Bus Wall Module
Block Type:
WallModule
Categories and Parameters
Wall Module Model Selection
Wall Module Type:
Home Screen Options
Temperature Only
Model Options:
Select Model:
LCD Display
2-Wire (Sensor Bus) Communication
TR70 = Temp (LCD, 2Wire)
Occupancy and Override
Fan Command
Wall Module Address:
1
Time Display Format:
12 hour
…
System Status and
Command
Preview
Selected Model (TR70 = Temp (LCD, 2Wire))
Model Capabilities:
-Temperature (20K NTC)
-2-wire (Sensor Bus) communication
-Configurable LCD display
-Navigation keypad
-Scroll keypad
-LON network jack
-Help
Preview
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 7. General Settings screen (TR70 model shown).
If you are creating a customized configuration or modifying a
pre-programmed configuration, continue with “Categories and
Parameters” on page 7.
If you are using a pre-programmed configuration as is,
continue with “Preview” on page 16.
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Categories and Parameters
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Categories and Parameters
General Settings
Categories and Parameters Available in the Wall Module
SENSORS
Categories and Parameter
I Categories and
Parameters selection from
Wizard Menu
SETPOINT
Note: Use ‘Up’ and
‘Down’ arrow keys to
re-order sequence of
category/parameter in
the wall module
OFFSET
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
Add Category
Add Parameter
Remove
Edit
Fan Command
…
System Status and
Command
Category (SENSORS) Preview:
Preview
S E NS OR S
--
Cancel
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
The categories and parameters menu item allows you to
create, edit, and delete categories and parameters.
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
50%
-Preview
Help
Save to Library
Parameters, and editing of categories and parameters begin
on page 8.
ADDING A CATEGORY
Fig. 8 shows the categories listed in tree format in the main
window where you can add, edit, or remove them. In the
bottom pane, Category Preview (at the bottom of Fig. 8)
shows the current selected item.
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 8. Category Preview.
CATEGORY DETAILS
When you select a category from the Categories tree list and
click the Edit button, a details pane displays for that category
(see Fig. 9 on page 7).
Here you can enter a category name, description, and the
number of parameters for this category. The description text
you enter displays when you mouse over the Preview screen.
Clicking the Add Category button displays a details pane
below the category and parameter tree as shown in Fig. 9.
NOTE: You can use the Remove button to delete unused
categories and parameters to free up memory space.
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Categories and Parameters
General Settings
Categories and Parameters Available in the Wall Module
SENSORS
Categories and Parameter
SETPOINT
Note: Use ‘Up’ and
‘Down’ arrow keys to
re-order sequence of
category/parameter in
the wall module
OFFSET
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
Add Category
Add Parameter
Edit
Remove
Fan Command
SENSORS Details
…
System Status and
Command
Category Name:
(max 8 characters)
SENSORS
Description:
Number of
Parameters:
Preview
Save
3
Cancel
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
50%
-Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 9. Adding a Category.
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ADDING A PARAMETER
Fig. 10 shows the categories and parameters listed in tree
format in the main window. The parameters are listed under
each category. Click on the box next to the category item to
expand that item in the tree. You can add, edit, or remove
parameters under each category. In the bottom pane,
Category Preview (at the bottom of Fig. 10) shows the current
selected item.
Clicking the Add Category button displays a details pane
below the category and parameter tree as shown in Fig. 11.
Categories and Parameters
General Settings
Categories and Parameters Available in the Wall Module
-
Home Screen Options
Add Category
…
System Status and
Command
Home Screen Options
SENSORS
-
ROOMTEMP
HUMIDITY
CO2
OUTSIDE
SETPOINT
--
Note: Use ‘Up’ and
‘Down’ arrow keys to
re-order sequence of
category/parameter in
the wall module
Default Sensor
Offset Value:
0
Show Temperature
Units As:
°F
Click Boxes to Select Labels to Show
ROOM SETPOINT
Add Category
Add Parameter
Edit
HUMIDITY OUTS IDE
--
%
ROOM SETPOINT TEMPERATURE
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
% PPM
AM CFM
PM L/S
CM
INCH
50%
Preview
Help
OUTSIDE
Occupancy and Override
Save
Cancel
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Remove
Fig. 11. Adding a Parameter.
Fan Command
…
EDITING CATEGORIES AND PARAMETERS.
A right-click accessible context menu allows you to cut, copy,
paste, and delete parameters across categories. See Fig. 12.
Parameter (OUTSIDE) Preview:
O UT S IDE H
Cancel
--
____
You can also drag/drop parameters in the tree and the result is
a copy/paste per standard Niagara behavior.
ROOM SETPOINT TEMPERATURE
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
You can also click (highlight) any item in the tree and then
click the Remove button to delete any selected parameter or
its category.
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
-Preview
0
--
-
Editable by Tenant
Temperature from Wall Module
Number of
Decimals:
Categories and Parameters Available in the Wall Module
Categories and Parameter
Help
Viewable by Tenant
On board room temperature sensor
Parameter Type:
Preview
Remove
Edit
Cancel
General Settings
Preview
Add Parameter
ROOMTEMP Details
Parameter Name:
ROOMTEMP
(max 8 characters)
Description:
Categories and Parameters
System Status and
Command
Note: Use ‘Up’ and
‘Down’ arrow keys to
re-order sequence of
category/parameter in
the wall module
OFFSET
Occupancy and Override
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
SENSORS
ROOMTEMP
HUMIDITY
CO2
SETPOINT
Categories and Parameter
Fan Command
NOTE: You can use the Remove button to delete unused
categories and parameters to free up memory space.
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Fig. 10. Parameter Preview.
Categories and Parameters
General Settings
PARAMETER DETAILS
When you select a parameter from the tree list and click the
Edit button, a details pane displays for that parameter.
Categories and Parameters Available in the Wall Module
-
Home Screen Options
Here you can select Viewable by Tenant and Editable by
Tenant.
Occupancy and Override
Add Category
Note: Use ‘Up’ and
‘Down’ arrow keys to
re-order sequence of
category/parameter in
the wall module
Ctrl+X
Ctrl+C
Ctrl+V
Paste
Add Parameter
Delete
Delete
Edit
Remove
Fan Command
System Status and
Command
…
As an example, Fig. 11 shows the Details for the ROOMTEMP
parameter. Here you would enter the description, select the
parameter type from its drop-down list, enter the decimal
accuracy, default sensor offset value, temperature units, and
select the desired Home screen labels for the wall module.
SENSORS
ROOMTEMP
HUMIDITY
CO2
OUTSIDE
SETPOINT
Cut
OFFSET
Copy
Categories and Parameter
Category (SETPOINT) Preview:
Preview
S E T P O INT
--
Cancel
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
-Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 12. Editing Categories and Parameters.
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PARAMETER TYPES AND LIMITS
See Fig. 13 for an illustration of the Parameter Type drop
down list. There is a limit to the number of parameters that can
be configured. In addition to the parameter limit, there is also
a memory limit (see “Memory Usage” on page 4).
Fig. 13. Parameter Type selection.
The individual parameter maximums are:
— Inputs – up to 30 Controller Values
• These are read-only inputs to the wall module and
include system status and occupancy status, if
configured. Controller Value parameters take up
less memory than other parameters.
— Outputs – up to 19 Values from Wall Module
• These are outputs from the wall module such as
temperature or room setpoint.
— Input/Outputs – up to 10 Network Setpoints
• A network setpoint is a network variable that you
want to view and change at the wall module.
— Sensors
• 2 sensors (Temperature and Humidity)
• 2 Sensor Offset Values (temperature and
humidity)
IMPORTANT
You can not maximize all of these parameters
together. The size of the data files limits the total
number. If you have more of one type of input or
output, then you must have less of other(s). There
are many combinations possible.
NOTE: Network Variables need to be linked to the
appropriate S-Bus wall module’s function block slots.
See “Link Slots on the Wire Sheet” on page 17 for
details.
Continue with “Home Screen Options” on page 10.
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Home Screen Options
• When you complete your Home screen selections, click the
Save button on the lower left of the Details pane.
After you choose the settings, use the Preview at the bottom
left of the wizard window to exercise the Home screen and
cycle through its options.
I Home Screen Options
selection from Wizard Menu
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Home Screen Options
General Settings
Home Screen Options Available for Selection from the Wall Module
Setpoint, Outside, Room (Default)
Room, Outside, Setpoint
Setpoint, Room
Room, Setpoint
Room
Room, Time
Room, Outside, Time
Categories and Parameters
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
Set as Default
Note: Use ‘Up’ and ‘Down’
arrow keys to re-order
sequence of ‘Home Screen
Options’ in the wall module
Add
Edit
Remove
Fan Command
…
System Status and
Command
Fig. 14, shows the Home Screen Options window and lists the
Home screens currently configured, where you can add, edit,
or remove them.
Home Screen Option (Setpoint, Outside, Room) Preview:
Preview
__
Cancel
HUMIDITY OUTS IDE
--
____
ROOM SETPOINT TEMPERATURE
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
--
DEFAULT HOME SCREEN
The current default Home screen always displays at the top of
the list. You can select any item in the list and click the Set As
Default button to change the default Home screen.
__
ROOM SETPOINT
Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
NOTE: You can use the Remove button to delete unused
Home screen options to free up memory space.
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PREVIEW
The bottom pane, Home Screen Option Preview, displays the
current selected item’s Home screen. When more than one
Home screen is configured, you can click the softkey button
rectangle, below “Next” in the preview pane, to cycle through
all the Home screens in the list.
ADD OR CHANGE HOME SCREENS
Clicking the Add or Edit button displays the Details pane
below the Home screen options tree (see Fig. 15).
Fig. 14. Home Screen Options.
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Home Screen Options
General Settings
Home Screen Options Available for Selection from the Wall Module
Setpoint, Outside, Room (Default)
Room, Outside, Setpoint
Setpoint, Room
Room, Setpoint
Room
Room, Time
Room, Outside, Time
New Home 1
Categories and Parameters
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
Set as Default
Add
Note: Use ‘Up’ and ‘Down’
arrow keys to re-order
sequence of ‘Home Screen
Options’ in the wall module
Edit
Remove
New Home Details
10
…
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Option Name:
System Status and
Command
New Home 1
Set as Default
Description:
Multiple Parameter (Up to Three Values with Fixed Labels)
Option Type:
Single Parameter (One Value with Custom Eight Character Label)
Preview
Click Boxes to Select Labels to Show
ROOM SETPOINT
Note: Select the parameter you
want to show from the drop down
lists
Help
Preview
HUMIDITY OUTS IDE
NONE
(max 3 digits)
Cancel
NONE
(max 3 digits)
--
Save
Save to Library
%
ROOM SETPOINT TEMPERATURE
NONE
(max 4 digits)
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
--
You use the Details pane to create or change a Home screen:
• The Option Name item allows you to enter a 1 to 32
character description that displays in the Home Screen
Options Available list.
• The Set as Default selection, if clicked, causes this Home
screen to be the initial Home screen for the wall module
(after the configuration is downloaded to the wall module).
• The Description text you enter displays when you mouse
over any Preview screen.
• Use the Option Type selection to choose either single or
multiple (1 to 3) parameters to display on the Home screen.
• For the Single Parameter option type, there is an
option to display a custom label up to 8 characters
in length.
• In the lower right of the window, you select the desired
Home screen labels for the wall module. The number of
labels is based on your Option Type selection.
• When selecting a parameter to display on the
Home screen, note the maximum number of digits
allowed, which varies from 3 to 4 depending on
where the parameter displays on the LCD.
• Click on the desired label box above each
parameter to choose that label text to display on
the wall module.
Fan Command
% PPM
AM CFM
PM L/S
CM
INCH
Cancel
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
M27495
Fig. 15. Home Screen Details.
If you are finished with your configuration, go to “Preview” on
page 15, otherwise continue with “Occupancy and Override”
on page 11.
ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
Occupancy and Override
Fig. 16, shows the Occupancy and Override options in the
main window for standard and advanced settings. Clicking the
Show Advanced Settings button displays the advanced
settings.
NOTES:
1.
The preview at the bottom of the window displays
the occupancy option currently selected.
If an Override option is selected, the Override
softkey displays in the preview. Pressing the
Override softkey cycles through the available
override options.
2.
I Ocupancy and Override
selection from Wizard Menu
ENABLE OCCUPANCY OVERRIDE
Clicking the Enable Occupancy Override box enables this
feature and also enables the current Occupancy status (3:00
hours as shown in Fig. 16).
STANDARD SETTINGS
ADVANCED SETTINGS
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Occupancy and Override
General Settings
Occupancy and Override
General Settings
Show Advanced Settings
Enable Occupancy Override
Categories and Parameters
Occupied (3:00 hours)
Occupancy Values
Enable Occupancy Override
Select the Valid States That You Can Override To:
Settings…
Home Screen Options
Occupied (Continuous)
Settings…
Unoccupied (Continuous)
Settings…
Standby (Min = 1 day, Max = 3 days)
Settings…
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
Occupancy and Override
Occupancy Status Display Options
Show Effective Occupancy Status
Fan Command
…
…
System Status and
Command
Do Not Show Occupancy or Override Status
3
Null:
255
--
Cancel
UNOCCUPIED
STANDBY
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
EDIT CANCEL
SET OVERRIDE
VIEW MORE
EDIT CANCEL
SET OVERRIDE
VIEW MORE
--
Preview
2
Standby:
Do Not Show Occupancy or Override Status
--
--Help
1
Bypass:
Show Occupancy Override Status
UNOCCUPIED
STANDBY
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
0
Unoccupied:
Occupancy and Override Preview:
Preview
Cancel
Occupied:
Occupancy Status Display Options
Show Effective Occupancy Status
Fan Command
Show Occupancy Override Status
Occupancy and Override Preview:
Preview
Hide Advanced Settings
Categories and Parameters
Select the Valid States That You Can Override To:
System Status and
Command
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 16. Occupancy and Override screens.
OCCUPANCY STATUS DISPLAY OPTIONS
Here you select how the override status displays on the LCD.
The options are:
• Show effective occupancy status – LCD shows the actual
occupancy status taking into account the programmable
controller configuration.
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• Show occupancy override status – LCD shows the
occupancy override status initiated from the LCD,
independent of the programmable controller configuration.
• Do not show occupancy or override status – LCD does not
show occupancy or override, regardless of what the user
initiates and the programmable controller configuration.
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OVERRIDE SETTINGS
Clicking the Settings button displays the Override to
Occupancy settings pop-up (see Fig. 17), where you can
select Continuous (default) or Timed (hours or days) Override
settings.
TIMED OVERRIDE IN HOURS
TIMED OVERRIDE IN DAYS
X
Override to Occupied Settings
Override Type:
Continuous Override
Override Type:
Timed Override In Hours (Bypass)
Timed Override In Days (Bypass)
Timed Override In Days (Bypass)
Timed Override Details
Use Network Bypass Time Only
Use Network Bypass Time Only
Minimum Time:
Minimum Time:
Hours:
03
Minutes:
00
Hours:
03
Minutes:
00
Days:
Maximum Time:
Days:
Continuous Override
Timed Override In Hours (Bypass)
Timed Override Details
Days:
X
Override to Occupied Settings
01
Hours:
Minutes:
Hours:
Minutes:
Maximum Time:
Days:
Note: One ‘Day’ is a 24 hour period from the time the override is
initiated.
Cancel
OK
01
Note: One ‘Day’ is a 24 hour period from the time the override is
initiated.
Cancel
--
Cancel
OK
--
Cancel
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Fig. 17. Override to Occupied Settings (Hours or Days).
Clicking the Timed Override in Hours/Days boxes enable the
Override details where you can enter the desired override
timings.
The Override to Unoccupied selection’s Settings button
displays pop-ups similar to the Override to Occupied Settings
shown in Fig. 17, but the timings apply to Unoccupied status.
Clicking the Use Network Bypass Time Only box disables all
other override details. The timed override details will be
determined by the programmable controller configuration.
This option only applies to Occupancy override settings.
Unoccupied and Standby do not use bypass.
NOTE: The Override to Unoccupied Settings does not have
a Network Bypass option.
ADVANCED SETTINGS
When the Show Advanced Settings button is clicked,
overrides to Occupied, Unoccupied, and Standby options are
possible.
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If you are finished with your configuration, go to “Preview” on
page 15, otherwise continue with “Fan Command” on
page 13.
ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
Fan Command
Fig. 18, shows the Fan Command options in the main window
for standard and advanced settings. Clicking the Show
Advanced Settings button displays the advanced settings.
I Fan Command selection from
Wizard Menu
STANDARD SETTINGS
ADVANCED SETTINGS
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Fan Command
Fan Command
General Settings
General Settings
Show Advanced Settings
Enable Fan Command
Categories and Parameters
Hide Advanced Settings
Enable Fan Command
Categories and Parameters
Home Screen Options
3 State (On / Off / Auto)
3 State (On / Off / Auto)
5 State (Off / Auto / Low / Medium / High)
5 State (Off / Auto / Low / Medium / High)
Occupancy and Override
Default Fan State: On
Fan Command
1
Auto:
Default Fan State: On
2
Low:
3
Medium:
4
High:
5
…
…
System Status and
Command
Fan Command Preview:
Preview
Fan Command Preview:
Preview
Cancel
Cancel
AUTO
ON
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
AUTO
ON
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
PREV DONE
SET FAN
HOME SCREEN
PREV DONE
SET FAN
HOME SCREEN
--
-Preview
0
On:
Fan Command
System Status and
Command
Help
Off:
2 State (On / Auto)
2 State (On / Auto)
Occupancy and Override
Fan Status Values
Select the Valid Fan States:
Select the Valid Fan States:
Home Screen Options
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
M27373
Fig. 18. Fan Command screens.
Clicking the Enable Fan Command box enables the fan state
value selections.
The default Fan Command option is: 2 State (On / Auto). The
default for the Fan State is selectable.
Table 3. Fan State Values.
Selectable
Fan State
After you choose the setting, use the Fan Command Preview
at the bottom of the window to exercise the Fan softkey to
cycle through the options.
If you are finished with your configuration, go to “Preview” on
page 15, otherwise continue with “System Status and
Command” on page 14.
Fan State Values
2 State
On / Auto
3 state
On / Off / Auto
5 State
Off / Auto / Low / Medium / High
• Low, medium, and high are the three
states of the fan speed indicator triangle.
See Fig. 27 on page 22 for an example.
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System Status and Command
Fig. 19 shows the System Status and Command options in the
main window. Clicking the Show Advanced Settings button
displays the advanced settings.
I System Status and
Command selection from
Wizard Menu
ADVANCED SETTINGS
STANDARD SETTINGS
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
System Status and Command
System Status and Command
General Settings
General Settings
Show Advanced Settings
Show System Status
Categories and Parameters
Show System Status
Enable System Command
Enable System Command
Select the Valid System Commands:
Select the Valid System Commands:
Home Screen Options
7
System Command Values
Occupancy and Override
Off / Heat / Cool (No Auto Changeover)
Fan Command
Heat
System Status and
Command
…
…
Default System Command:
Off / Heat / Cool (No Auto Changeover)
Off:
0
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool (Auto Changeover)
Auto:
1
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool / Emergency Heat (Heat Pump)
Heat:
2
Cool:
3
Emergency:
4
Default System Command:
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
Heat
System Status and Command Preview:
Preview
SYSTEM: OFF AUTO COOL EM. HEAT
--
Cancel
--
Cancel
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
---
--Preview
2
Reheat:
Off / Cool (Cool Only)
SYSTEM: OFF AUTO COOL EM. HEAT
Help
9
Cool:
Off / Cool (Cool Only)
System Status and Command Preview:
Preview
0
Heat:
Off / Heat (Heat Only)
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool / Emergency Heat (Heat Pump)
System Status and
Command
Off:
Off / Heat (Heat Only)
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool (Auto Changeover)
Fan Command
System Status Values
Hide Advanced Settings
Categories and Parameters
Home Screen Options
Occupancy and Override
X
Wall Module Configuration Wizard
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
Help
Preview
Save to Library
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
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Fig. 19. System Status and Command screen.
Clicking the Show System Status box enables the System
Status line including the snowflake (cool) and flame (heat)
icons and the System softkey on the LCD as shown in the
Preview area at the bottom of the screen.
Table 4. System State Values.
Selectable System States
Off / Heat (Heat Only)
The System softkey on the LCD is enabled only when the
Enable System Command option is selected.
Off / Cool (Cool Only)
The Enable System Command selections control the values
that display on the System Status line at the top of the wall
module’s LCD screen.
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool (Auto Changeover)
The default System Command option is: Off / Heat (Heat
Only). The default for the System State is selectable.
After you choose the setting, use the Preview button at the
bottom of the window to verify your configuration.
Off / Heat / Cool (No Auto Changeover)
Off / Auto / Heat / Cool / Emergency Heat (Heat Pump)
To review your configuration, continue with “Preview” on
page 15.
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Preview
Fig. 20 shows your current configuration of the wall module
Home screen. You can select either the Tenant or Contractor
view. The three softkeys in the preview LCD display are
interactive and function just like the ones on the physical wall
module display.
X
Wall Module
Preview
General Settings
Select View:
Categories and Parameters
Contractor View
Tenant View
SYSTEM: OFF AUTO COOL EM. HEAT
Off:
HUMIDITY OUTS IDE
Auto:
Home Screen Options
Cancel
I Preview selection from
Wizard Menu
__
--
Cool
Heat:
Cool:
Occupancy and Override
AUTO
ON
Fan Command
System Status and
Command
…
Preview is a great way to verify all your configuration and
setup parameters to ensure that they work exactly the way
you want them to function.
UNOCCUPIED
STANDBY
PREV DONE
EDIT CANCEL
SYSTEM: OFF AUTO
COOL
EM. HEAT
SET FAN
SET
OVERRIDE
HOME SCREEN
VIEW MORE
NEXT SYSTEM
& VIEW MORE
PARAMETERS
Preview
Preview simulates the actual wall module interface and allows
you to verify the operation of the current configuration of the
wall module. Clicking on the three softkey rectangles below
the labels of the preview display exercises the features you
have configured.
--
NOTE: Since the up and down arrow keys do not display in
Preview mode, no adjustments to parameters (e.g
setpoint temperature) can be made.
Show Wall Module
Memory Usage
Help
Save to Library
Preview
< Back
Next >
Finish
Cancel
M27375
Fig. 20. Preview screen.
To complete the configuration, continue with “Completing the
Setup and Configuration” on page 16.
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Completing the Setup and Configuration
All Configurations
For custom configurations, begin with “Custom Configurations
Only”, otherwise continue with “All Configurations”.
Custom Configurations Only
If you are customizing a configuration, use the Save to Library
button to save your configuration. Clicking the button displays
a pop-up window as illustrated in Fig. 21.
Save Library Item
Block Type:
Wall Module Model
AppLib
Wall Module
Types:
Library:
X
WalModule
Browse…
Temperature, Humidity, CO2
Parent Folder Path:
Model Local:|file:/c:/niagara
Options:
LCD display
Overwrite App (new version)
New Custom Application
…
Select Application:
Description:
Finish the Configuration
Click customize if you want to view or modify
how the LCD display model is configured
Click the Finish button to commit all your changes to the
database, close the Configuration Wizard, and return to the
wire sheet.
Selected Model (TR70Model Capabilities:
Attachment:
Help
Advanced Settings
-2-wire (Sensor Bus) communication
-Configurable LCD display
-Navigation keypad
-Scroll keypad
Add
Remove
-LON network jack
-Honeywell logo
OK
Cancel
M27376
Fig. 21. Save to Library screen pop-up.
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Use the Preview button or Preview menu selection to see how
the wall module LCD screen will operate for your selected
configuration (see “Preview” on page 15).
Check the memory usage bar to make sure your configuration
is within the memory limits of the wall module. See the lower
left corner of Fig. 8 on page 7 for an illustration. Right clicking
on the memory bar displays details about current memory
usage. If necessary, go back and remove unneeded
categories, parameters, or Home screens.
Wall Module Address:
1 Application
Type:
Wall Module
°F - Degrees Fahrenheit
Preview
Confirm Memory Usage is within Limits
New
App bus
2Save
wireas
wall
module
Application Details
Model Selection:
TR70Name:
New Custom Application
Temperature Units:
1
Version:
To complete the configuration process, perform the following
sections in this order:
1. “Preview”
2. “Confirm Memory Usage is within Limits”
3. “Finish the Configuration”
4. “Link Slots on the Wire Sheet” on page 17
5. “Download Configuration Logic to Controller” on
page 19
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ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
Link Slots on the Wire Sheet
This section describes how parameters may be linked to the
wall module. Refer the user to the Spyder User Guide, form
63-2662, for more specific information on variables and wire
sheet logic.
The S-Bus Wall Module function block can be dropped into
existing applications to replace the Conventional Wall Module
block. You can see an example in Fig. 22.
When making links from existing blocks to the wall module
function block input slots, there is no need to break the
existing links from these existing blocks. The new tool allows
for multiple output connections.
When connecting to slots on function blocks which lie on
different wire sheets, remember that you can save time by
using the Link Mark method, a standard Niagara Workbench
linking mechanism.
Fig. 22. Example of the S-Bus Wall Module block dropped into a Venom VAV application.
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Viewing the List of Network Variables
This section describes how to view the Network Variables.
1.
2.
3.
Browse to Station > Config > Drivers > LonNetwork >
LonSpyder.
Select ControlProgram > Views > NV Configuration
View. The summary page appears with a list of preprogrammed Mandatory, Fixed, and Custom NVs in a
tabular format. The table has the following columns:
• NV Name: The name of the network variable.
• Type: Indicates if the NV is of type NVI, NVO, NCI
or Many to One NV.
• Category: Indicates if the NV is Mandatory, Fixed,
or Custom.
• NV Container: Indicates where the NV is used.
The bottom half of the NV Configuration view displays
the software points available on the wire sheet in a
tabular format. The table has the following columns:
• Point Name: The name of the software point
(Software Input/Software Output) as it appears on
the wire sheet.
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• Field Names: Indicates if the NV is of type NVI,
NVO, NCI or Many to One NV.
• Point Container: Indicates where the software point
is used. All software points that are used in a
Program within an application are also listed.
NOTES:
—
—
—
—
—
—
Mandatory NVs cannot be used in the application
logic.
Mandatory NVs cannot be edited or deleted.
In a Fixed NV, only Internal Data Type can be
modified.
Custom NV is the user defined NV. A Custom NV
can be edited or deleted.
Fixed NVs marked as Fixed_Dropable can be
exposed on the wire sheet. Other fixed NVs
cannot be exposed as points.
For each point that is copied and pasted on the
wire sheet, a new NV of SNVT type nearest to the
selected data type is created automatically.
ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
Download Configuration Logic to Controller
This section describes how to download the configuration into
the Sylk Enhanced Spyder Controller. Refer to the appropriate
programmable controller user guidea for additional detail.
To download the configuration logic to a programmable
controller:
1. Right click the device and select Actions > Download as
shown in Fig. 23.
2. The Download dialog box displays as a pop-up. Click
OK to download the logic to the controller as shown in
Fig. 24.
Fig. 24. Download to programmable controller (step 2).
Fig. 25 and Fig. 26 beginning on page 21 illustrate the
download actions of the Niagara workbench application.
Fig. 23. Download to programmable controller (step 1).
a Refer
to the Honeywell Spyder User’s Guide (form 63-2662)
or the ComfortPoint Programmable Controller User’s Guide
(form 63-2663) depending on the programmable controller
used.
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Fig. 25. Begin actual download to programmable controller.
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M27497
Fig. 26. Complete actual download to programmable controller.
Download Configuration to the Wall Module
Whenever the wall module is powered, it communicates with
the programmable controller every several seconds and
uploads/downloads any new or changed configuration/
parameter information.
This completes the configuration process for installation.
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OPERATING THE ZIO WALL MODULE
• Clicking the NEXT softkey cycles through the
configureda Home screens.
• Click the DONE softkey when the desired Home
screen displays.
• The CANCEL softkey exits the Home screen
display without saving any changes.
There are two modes of operation:
• Contractor mode provides features a contractor would use
such as selecting the Home screen, selecting parameters
the tenant can view, and monitoring/modifying controller
parameters, which includes balancing.
• Tenant mode provides features a tenant would use such
as changing the setpoint, fan speed or system mode,
initiating override, or monitoring/modifying permitted
controller parameters. See page 24 for information about
Tenant Mode operation.
Contractor Mode (Entering and Exiting)
Contractor mode allows access to the Setup function of the
wall module.
To enter and exit the Setup function – Press the Up and Down
arrow keys and the middle softkey all at the same time (see
Fig. 1 on page 1 for key positions).
Contractor Mode Operation
Contractor mode allows advanced options (such as modifying
configured parameters) using the softkeys. Contractor mode
also allows for customizing the tenant’s view including setting
the tenant’s Home screen and controlling the tenant’s “View
More” access, which can provide the tenant with a view of the
configured parameters.
Contractor Home Screen Softkeys
M27378
Fig. 28. Sample Contractor display showing
Home screen setup.
SET VIEW MORE allows the contractor to provide parameter
access (view only or adjustable) to the tenant’s VIEW
MORE softkey.
• Clicking the VIEW MORE softkey displays the first
configured parameter as shown Fig. 29, and the
softkeys change to DONE, CANCEL, and NEXT.
• The Up and Down arrow keys switch the parameter
between YES and NO (view or no view in Tenant
Mode). YES means that the tenant has access to
the parameter in the View More screen. NO means
the tenant does not have access to the parameter.
• If NO is selected for all parameters, then the VIEW
MORE softkey does not display in tenant mode.
• The NEXT softkey moves to the next parameter or
category.
• Click the DONE softkey when finished.
• The CANCEL softkey exits VIEW MORE without
saving any changes.
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Fig. 27. Typical Contractor LCD display.
The three softkeys on the contractor Home screen (see
Fig. 27) provide the following:
SET HOME SCREEN allows the contractor to choose among
multiple Home screen options for the tenant.
The tenant’s Home screen choices are created by the
Configuration Wizard and downloaded to the wall module.
Each wall module may have different Home screen
choices. The contractor, using the softkeys, may choose
which Home screen should be used, and may configure
the Tenant view to show a subset (or none) of the
configured parameters.
• When the contractor clicks the SET HOME
SCREEN softkey, The display changes as shown in
Fig. 28, and the softkeys change to DONE,
CANCEL, and NEXT.
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Fig. 29. Set View More parameter display.
a See
“Home Screen Options” on page 10.
ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
PARAMETERS allows the contractor to monitor and/or adjust
parameters in the programmable controller.
• Clicking the PARAMETERS softkey displays the
first configured category as shown in Fig. 29, and
the softkeys change to DONE, EDIT, and NEXT.
• When clicked, the EDIT softkey drops you into the
parameter list for the displayed category and
displays the first parameter in that category (e.g.
the HUMIDITY parameter in the SET PNTS
category as shown in Fig. 30).
• If the parameter has been configured as adjustable
by the tenant, the Up and Down arrow keys adjust
the value of the parameter.
• The NEXT softkey displays the next parameter or
category.
• Click the DONE softkey when finished.
Sample Contractor LCD Displays
The contractor mode allows advanced options using the
softkeys. Contractor mode also allows for customizing the
Tenant view including setting the tenant’s Home screen and
View More access.
The LCD display may be customized for the contractor. This
section includes three examples of the various contractor
Home and Parameter screens that are configurable for the
LCD Wall Module. Not all possible screens are illustrated
here. There are many other configurable screens.
M27357
Fig. 31. Sample Contractor Home screen display with
System Status, Setpoint, Outside Temperature,
and Room Temperature (predominant).
M27358
Fig. 32. Sample Contractor parameter display showing a
user-created discharge air parameter value.
Fig. 30. Parameter display showing editing sequence.
M27359
Fig. 33. Sample Contractor parameter display showing
sensor setpoint value (CO2 sensor from controller).
NOTE: Any configured parameter may be displayed.
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Tenant Mode Operation
The tenant, using the softkeys and arrow keys, may change
the setpoint, fan speed, system mode (heat/cool), or initiate
override, if these features are configured. The tenant may
change the Occupancy Override parameter to Occupied,
Unoccupied, or Standby. And, the override can be timed in
minutes, days, or be continuous.
OVERRIDE allows the tenant to override the Occupancy
settings (see Fig. 36).
• Depending on the occupancy/override
configuration, each click of the OVERRIDE softkey
changes the occupancy icon displays between
STANDBY, OCCUPIED, and UNOCCUPIED.
• If an override is set by the tenant, the OVERRIDE
softkey changes to CANCEL OVERRIDE.
• Clicking the CANCEL OVERRIDE softkey cancels
the override.
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Fig. 34. Typical Tenant LCD display.
TENANT HOME SCREEN SOFTKEYS
As shown in Fig. 34, there can be three softkeys configured
for the tenant’s Home screen – FAN, OVERRIDE, and
SYSTEM & VIEW MORE.
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
Fig. 36. Override display for Tenant.
SYSTEM & VIEW MORE Depending on the configuration,
this softkey allows the tenant to change the system state
and view/adjust configured parameters (see Fig. 37).
The Fan and Override settings are optional for
Home screen setup.
If the System Command option is not enabled,
then the SYSTEM softkey does not display on the
tenant’s Home screen.
If there are no parameters configured for tenant
access, the VIEW MORE softkey does not display
on the tenant’s Home screen.
FAN allows the tenant to adjust the fan settings depending on
the fan options (2, 3, or 5 position) configured.
As shown in Fig. 35, each click of the FAN softkey changes
the fan icon display between:
• 2 position: ON and AUTO
• 3 position: OFF, AUTO, and ON
• 5 position: OFF, AUTO, and the three states of the fan
speed indicator (low, medium, and high)
Fig. 35. Fan display for Tenant showing 5-position setting
with fan at medium speed.
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• The first click displays the system information and the
Up and Down arrow keys change the system state
between OFF, AUTO, COOL, HEAT, and EM.HEAT
(emergency heat).
• Clicking the VIEW MORE/NEXT softkey displays each
viewable parameter.
• If the contractor enables tenant access to a parameter,
then the tenant can use the Up and Down arrow keys
to adjust the parameter’s value, otherwise the tenant is
able to only view the parameter and its value.
NOTE: When the contractor configures a parameter and
selects the Editable by Tenant check box, this
enables the tenant to adjust the parameter’s value.
See Fig. 13 on page 9 for an example.
• Click the CANCEL softkey to exit the display without
saving any changes.
• Click the DONE softkey when finished.
Fig. 37. System and View More display for Tenant.
ZIO™ LCD WALL MODULES
Tenant Home Screen Display
The LCD display may be customized for the tenant. This
section includes a few examples of the various tenant Home
screens that are configurable for the LCD Wall Modules. Not
all possible Home screens are illustrated here. There are
many other configurable Home screens.
NOTE: Home screens can display one to three of any of the
following parameters: temperature setpoint, room
temperature, room humidity, outdoor humidity, and
outdoor temperature, and time, or one of virtually any
parameter in the controller.
SAMPLE TENANT HOME SCREEN DISPLAYS
Figures Fig. 38 through Fig. 43 illustrate typical tenant home
screens.
M27355
Fig. 40. Sample Tenant Home screen with Humidity and
Room Temperature (predominant).
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M27352
Fig. 41. Sample Tenant Home screen with Room
Temperature and Time (predominant).
Fig. 38. Sample Tenant Home screen with Room
Temperature and Setpoint (predominant).
The Fan and Occupied settings are optional for Home screen
setup. If there are no parameters configured for tenant
access, the “View More” softkey does not display on the
tenant’s Home screen.
NOTE: In Fig. 41, there are no Fan, System, or View More
softkey options configured for this Home screen.
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Fig. 42. Sample Tenant Home screen with a single,
custom parameter.
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Fig. 39. Sample Tenant Home screen with System Status,
Setpoint, Outside Temperature, and
Room Temperature (predominant).
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NOTE: In Fig. 42, the Home screen is configured with only a
single, custom parameter. See “Preview” on
page 10.
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Fig. 43. View More display showing CO2 sensor value
from controller.
NOTE: As shown in Fig. 43, any configured parameter may
be displayed to the tenant.
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