PTC Series Low-voltage Thermostats

PTC Series Low-voltage Thermostats
PTC SERIES THERMOSTATS
The Phoenix Controls PTC Series Thermostats are specifically
designed for room applications where constant volume valves are used
and there is a need for local hydronic reheat control.
The product features a backlit LCD display with dedicated function
menu keys for simple operation. Accurate temperature control is
achieved with a Proportional Integral (PI) control algorithm, which
virtually eliminates temperature drift associated with traditional,
differential-based thermostats. Models are available for three point
floating and analog 0 to 10 Vdc control. In addition remote room
sensing is available.
All devices include a LonTalk® or BACnet® MS/TP network adapter.
All models contain a Single Pole, Single Throw (SPST) auxiliary
switch that can be used to control lighting or auxiliary reheat. Three
additional inputs are also provided for monitoring and/or various
advanced functions.
PTC Series Thermostat
The thermostats are also compatible with a Passive Infrared (PIR)
cover. Thermostats using the optional PIR cover provide advanced
active occupancy logic, which will automatically switch occupancy
levels from Occupied to Stand-By and Unoccupied as required by
local activity being present or not. This advanced occupancy
functionality provides advantageous energy savings during occupied
hours without sacrificing occupant comfort.
ORDERING GUIDE
PTC 101 - L Z F - P
PRODUCT FAMILY
PTC = Phoenix Temperature Controller
SERIES
101 = Product generation
NETWORK
B = BACnet communications
L = LonTalk communications
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
CONTROLLER TYPE
Z = Zone thermostat
Features
Benefits
Advanced occupancy functions
Ready for PIR accessory cover
Through the network or smart local
occupancy sensing — occupied,
unoccupied, standby
For remote timer, door-contact or occupancy
trigger, heat/cool changeover functions
Pre-configured sequences of
operation
Full Proportional Integral (PI) functionality to
prevent short cycling, anticipate demand,
and conserve energy
Configuration setup utility
Single interface to configure multiple
devices
Lockable keypad
Tamper proof, no need for thermostat
guards
Available for 24 Vac On/Off,
Floating or Analog reheat control
Meets requirements for either type of reheat
valve
Auxiliary output
Can be used for lighting or reheat
LonTalk or BACnet
communications
Adds network integration functionality to
map points to building management system
Pre-configured default values for
stand-by setpoints and PIR timer
settings
Simple plug and play operation
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
P = Passive Infrared (PIR) cover that replaces the standard cover and works
with the PIR-ready circuity on all PTC controllers
Fully integrated motion-detecting occupancy
functionality with optional PIR accessory
cover
Three configurable inputs:
-BACnet: 2 floating point, 1 digital
-LonMark: 2 analog, 1 digital
75 Discovery Way
REHEAT VALVE OUTPUT
F = Floating Point
A = Analog
Acton, MA 01720 USA
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RETROFIT UPGRADE
Existing standard PTCs can be upgraded to make use of the passive infrared (PIR) capability built
into their circuitry. All that is required is a PIR cover to replace the existing standard one.
The PIR cover accessory can be ordered as PTCACC-P
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications ................................................... 2
Applications..................................................... 2
Installation....................................................... 3
Wiring ............................................................. 5
Points for open LON integration ................... 10
LonMark® Objects and Network Variables .... 11
Points for open BACnet® integration ............ 12
Phoenix Recommended Cables ...................... 14
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power
24 Vac (19-30 Vac range), 50/60 Hz, 2 VA Class 2
Proportional Band for Room Temperature Control
Cooling and Heating: 3.2 °F (1.8 °C)
Ambient Temperature
• Operating: 32-122 °F (-30-50 °C)
• Storage: -22-122 °F (-30-50 °C)
Regulatory Compliance
Humidity
0-95% RH non-condensing
• RoHS
• FCC
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
• EU Contact Address:
Honeywell GmbH
Boeblinger Str. 17
71101 Schoenaich
Germany
• UL 873 (US)
• Industry Canada (ICES-003)
• C-Tick (AS/NZS CISPR 22 Compliant)
Dimensions
4.94" H x 3.38" W x 1.13" D
(125 mm x 86 mm x 29 mm)
PIR Cover Power Requirement
5 Vdc current draw of 7 mA
Sensor
Local Passive Infrared Sensor
Shipping Weight
0.75 lb. (0.34 kg)
Wire Gauge
18 gauge maximum, 22 gauge recommended
Binary Inputs
Dry contact across terminal BI1, BI2 and UI3 to Scom
Contact Output Rating
• Triac output: 30 Vac, 1 Amp Maximum, 3 Amp in-rush
• Analog: 0 to 10 Vdc into 2k ohm resistance minimum
Temperature Sensor
Local 10 K NTC thermistor
Temperature Sensor Resolution
±0.2 °F (±0.1 °C)
Temperature Control Accuracy
±0.9 °F (±0.5 °C) @ 70°F (21 °C) typical calibrated
Occ, Stand-by and Unocc Cooling Set Point Range
54 to 100 °F (12 to 37.5 °C)
Occ, Stand-by and Unocc Heating Set Point Range
40 to 90 °F (4.5 to 32 °C)
Room and Outdoor Air Temperature Display Range
-40 to 122 °F (-40 to 50 °C)
APPLICATIONS
PTC Series thermostats can be used in any application where a local temperature display and keypad interface is desired for users to
change temperature setpoints. The PTC Series thermostats includes a keypad that can be locked-out for applications where it is
necessary to prevent users from changing temperature settings.
The LCD display shows the following indications, which scroll for ease of readability:
• Room temperature with 0.5° resolution (°F or °C)
• Occupied status (Occupied, Unoccupied, Override)
• Equipment status (Heat, Cool)
• Demand status LEDs (call-for-heating, call-for-cooling)
The PTC Series thermostats can also be wired with optional room or duct temperature sensors for projects that require remote
temperature sensing, space temperature averaging, or the absence of wall-mounted units for architectural reasons.
An optional component to the PTC Series thermostats is a Passive Infrared (PIR) cover which houses a motion detector to sense
movement in the room. The PIR cover enables automatic stand-by or unoccupied modes and setpoints to take effect when the space
is not used and energy savings are desired. The time between movement sensing by the PIR is configurable so that different types of
space occupancy scenarios can be implemented.
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DIMENSIONS
1.25 in.
(31.75 mm)
4.93 in.
(125.22 mm)
1.45 in.
(36.83 mm)
1.43 in.
(36.33 mm)
1.12 in.
(28.44 mm)
3.41 in.
(86.61 mm)
INSTALLATION
1.
2.
Remove security screw on the bottom of thermostat cover.
Open by pulling outwards on the bottom side of thermostat. Cover swivels open on connection
tabs at top. Remove the cover by pushing upwards on bottom corners until the cover pops out
from the top tabs
Location:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Must be installed away from any heat source.
Nothing must restrain vertical air circulation to the thermostat.
Should not be installed near an air discharge grill.
Should not be affected by direct sun radiation.
Should not be installed on an outside wall.
Installation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Swing open the thermostat PCB to the left by pressing the PCB locking tabs.
Pull out cables 6" out of the wall.
Wall surface must be flat and clean.
Insert cable in the central hole of the base.
Align the base and mark the location of the two mounting holes
on the wall. Install proper side of base up.
Install anchors in the wall.
Insert screws in mounting holes on each side of the base.
Gently swing back the circuit board on the base and push on it until the tabs lock it.
Remove plastic adhesive from terminal blocks and display panel.
Pull out the screw terminal blocks using the pull tabs on each connector.
Strip each wire 1/4".
Insert each wire according to wiring diagram.
Gently push excess wiring back into hole.
Install the 8-wire terminal by matching the notch on the connector to the header
on the board (wording on connector facing top of unit).
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Opening thermostat
Location of locking tabs
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15. Install 2-wire 24V connector to pins 4 and 5 by matching the notch on the connector
to the header on the board (wording on connector facing top of unit).
16. Install 2-wire AUX connector to pins 6 and 7 by matching the notch on the connector
to the header on the board (wording on connector facing top of unit).
17. Partially reinstall the cover (rest cover on top tab slots without snapping into place) and
gently push remaining wires into the wall.
• Notes:
• If replacing an old thermostat, label the wires before removal of the old
thermostat.
• Electronic controls are static sensitive devices. Discharge yourself properly
before manipulation and installing the thermostat.
• Short circuit or wrong wiring may permanently damage the thermostat or the
equipment.
• Anti-short cycling can be set to 0 minutes for equipment that posses their own
anti cycling timer. Do not use that value unless the equipment is equipped
with such internal timer. Failure to do so can damage the equipment.
• All PTC Series thermostats are to be used only as operating controls.
Whenever a control failure could lead to personal injury and/or loss of
property, it becomes the responsibility of the user to add safety devices and/or
alarm system to protect against such catastrophic failures.
Pull out terminal blocks
Completing the Cover Installation
NOTE:
1.
The following steps presume you are installing a fully-functional thermostat with PIR sensor on the cover. If yours has
a plain cover, start with Step 3.
Before snapping the PIR cover onto the tabs at the top of the thermostat, insert the cover’s polarized connector into the PIR
female connector located at bottom left of the thermostat.
Figure 1
PIR connector at bottom of thermostat base
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2.
Hinge the new PIR thermostat cover into position, still open.
Figure 2
3.
4.
Opened PIR cover with polarized wire to female connector
Snap the thermostat cover into place and reinstall the security screw.
Snap the PIR thermostat cover into place and reinstall the security screw,
WIRING
Wire all network devices as per the follwing wiring diagrams; complete in the following order:
1.
2.
Connect communications cables and end-of-line terminators as required.
Connect the power cable.
Phoenix Controls Wiring Recommendations
• All circuits must conform to the requirements of an NEC Class 2 (dry) circuit
• Use multiple transformers instead of larger transformers when more than 100 VA is required
• Each pressurization zone should have either a dedicated single-phase primary circuit, or a secondary circuit disconnect
• Use cable sizes recommended by Phoenix Controls: Minimum 22 AWG, Maximum 16 AWG.
• Use stranded wire for ease of installation
• Follow good wiring practices:
•
•
•
•
Locate cables away from sources of electrical interference (EMI/RFI)
Do not run signal or communication cable in the same conduit or wire way as power cables
If signal cable must cross power cables place these at a 90-degree angle
Shield or drain wires, if required, should be wrapped with insulating tape to prevent contact with exposed conductors or
contacts
• Maintain a consistent color code or polarity all the way through the wiring system
• Power supply and signal isolation on I/O devices vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Verify the wiring device manufacturer's recommendations for isolating power and signal common connections and maintain polarity
• Local and national electrical codes take precedence
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• Strip 0.25" (6.4 mm) of insulation from each conductor, twist the strands, insert the conductor fully into the terminal block,
and tighten the terminal
• Test the wire connection by pulling on each conductor
• See Phoenix Recommended Cables on page 14 for approved cable manufacturers and wire types
Terminal Identification
PTC101-BZF/PTC101-LZF
Pin
Description/Application
PTC101-BZA/PTC101-LZA
1 or 2 floating outputs
1 or 2 on/off outputs
Pin
Description/Application
1 or 2 analog outputs
4
24 V~ Hot
4-24 V~ Hot
4
24 V~ Hot
4-24 V~ Hot
5
0 V~ Com
24 V~ Com
5
0 V~ Com
24 V~ Com
6
Aux BO 5
BO 5-Aux
6
Aux BO 5
BO 5-Aux
7
Aux BO 5
BO 5-Aux
7
Aux BO 5
BO 5-Aux
8
BO 3 Open Heat
BO 3
8
9
BO 4 Close Heat
BO 4
9
AO 2 Heat
AO 2
10
BO 1 Open Cool
BO 1
10
AO 1 Cool
AO 1
11
BO 2 Close Cool
BO 2
11
Not Used
Blank
12
BI 1
BI 1
12
BI 1
BI 1
13
RS
RS
13
RS
RS
14
Scom
Scom
14
Scom
15
BI 2
BI 2
15
BI 2
BI 2
16
UI 3 COS/COC/SS
UI 3
16
UI 3 COS/COC /SS
UI 3
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Programmable BI/UI Inputs Overview
All PTC Series zone thermostats support three inputs that may vary in purpose — programmable by you. Different models of zone
thermostats provide different types of programmable input. For example,
• Part number PTC101-BZF-P, in addition to providing BACnet controls integrated with PIR sensor readings, also supports three
types of programmable inputs: two floating point and one digital.
• Part number PTC101-LZA-P, in addition to providing LonTalk controls integrated with PIR sensor readings, also supports three
types of programmable inputs: two analog and one digital.
Whichever model thermostat you are using, the following paragraphs describe different ways to program your three programmable
inputs.
Binary input number 1 can be configured for the following functions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
(None): No function will be associated with the input.
(Rem NSB): Remote NSB timer clock input. The scheduling will now be set as per the binary input. It provides low cost setback operation via a dry contact.
• Contact opened = Occupied
• Contact closed = Unoccupied
(Motion NO) and (Motion NC): Advanced PIR occupancy functions using a Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed
(NC) remote PIR motion sensor. Occupancy mode is now set as per applied PIR function and configuration.
(Window) EMS: Forces the system to disable any current heating or cooling action by the thermostat. The mode stays the
same and the current setpoints are the same Occupied setpoints. Only the outputs are disabled. There is a Door/Window
alarm displayed on the thermostat to indicate to the local tenant that the door/window needs to be closed for cooling or heating to resume. Use a NC contact switching device.
• Contact opened = System disabled with local Window alarm
• Contact closed = System enabled
Binary input number 2 can be configured for the following functions:
1.
2.
(None): No function will be associated with the input.
(Door Dry) Door contact and Motion detector: This configuration is only functional if binary input number 1 is set to
Motion NO or Motion NC or a PIR accessory cover is used.
With this sequence enabled, the occupancy is now dictated through those two inputs. Any motion detected will set the zone to
occupied status. The zone will remain permanently in occupied mode until the door contact switch opens momentarily. The
thermostat will then go in stand-by mode. If more movements are detected, the occupied mode will resume. While the door is
opened, any movements detected by the remote PIR sensor or the PIR accessory cover will be ignored. Use a NC contact switching
device.
3.
4.
5.
• Contact opened = Door opened
• Contact closed = Door closed
(RemOVR): Temporary occupancy remote override contact. This function disables the central button override function on the
thermostat. The override function is now controlled by a manual remote momentarily closed contact. When configured in this
mode, the input operates in a toggle mode.
It is now possible to toggle between unoccupied and occupied setpoints for the amount of time set by parameter (TOccTime)
temporary occupancy time.
(Filter): A backlit flashing Filter alarm will be displayed on the thermostat LCD screen when the input is energized. It can be
tied to a differential pressure switch that monitor filters
• Contact opened = No alarm
• Contact closed = Alarm displayed
(Service): A backlit flashing Service alarm will be displayed on the thermostat LCD screen when the input is energized. It can
be tied in to the AC unit control card, which provides an alarm in case of malfunction.
• Contact opened = No alarm
• Contact closed = Alarm displayed
Universal input number 3 can be configured for the following functions:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
(None): No function will be associated with the input.
(COC/NH) Change over dry contact. Normally Heat: Used for hot/cold air /water change over switching in two pipe systems.
• Contact closed = Cold air/water present
• Contact opened = Hot air/water present
(COC/NC) Change over dry contact. Normally Cool: Used for hot/cold air /water change over switching in two pipe systems.
• Contact closed = Hot air/water present
• Contact opened = Cold air/water present
(COS) Change over analog sensor: Used for hot/cold air/water change over switching in two pipe systems.
• If temperature is greater than 77 °F = Hot air/water present
• If temperature is less than 75 °F = Cold air/water present
(SS) Supply air sensor monitoring: Used for supply air temperature monitoring. (Only used for network reporting of the supply air temperature. Has no internal function in the thermostat).
Generic Wiring
Remote inputs ( All models )
BI 1
Remote wall sensor
- S3010W1000
RS
- S3020W1000
Scom
BI 2
UI 3
Contact
- Rem NSB
- Motion
- Window
SS ( supply sensor )
- S1010E1000
- S2000D1000
COS ( changeover sensor )
- S1010E1000
OR
COC/NH
- Normally heat
- Closed contact = cold water
COC/NC
- Normally cool
- Closed contact = heat water
Contact
- Door
- Remote Override
- Filter alarm
- service alarm
Auxiliary output ( All models )
- Dry contact to end device 24 V~ maximum
#4 24 V~ Hot
#5 24 V~ Com
#6
#7
R
- 24 Vac power to relay
#4 24 V~ Hot
#5 24 V~ Com
#6
R
#7
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Main Outputs Wiring Typical For Valves
Single Output Applications
Dual Output Applications
On-off Control (PTC101-BZF/PTC101-LZF)
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
BO3 if N.O.
OR
BO4 if N.C.
BO1 if N.O.
BO2 if N.C.OR
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
Heating / Cooling valve
BO1
BO2
if N.O.
if N.C.
OR
24 Vac
Com
24 Vac
Com
Heating valve
24 Vac
Com
Cooling valve
Floating Control (PTC101-BZF/PTC101-LZF)
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
BO3
BO4
BO1
BO2
Heating / Cooling valve
BO1
BO2
Open
Com
Close
Open
Com
Close
Heating valve
Open
Com
Close
Cooling valve
Analog Control Floating Control (PTC101-BZA/PTC101-LZA)
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
24 V~ Hot
24 V~ Com
Heating / Cooling valve
AO 1
Com
24 Vac
0-10 Vdc
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AO 2
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24 Vac
0-10 Vdc
Heating valve
Com
24 Vac
0-10 Vdc
Cooling valve
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POINTS
For a complete points list for both LON and BACnet, refer to the PTC Series User’s Guide (MKT-0241). Table 1 lists
the points for open LON integration and Table 2 lists the points for BACnet integration.
Table 1: Points for Open LON Integration
Description
Object
Type
Object Name
Network Variable Type
Network Variable (NV)
Name
Room temperature
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_p
nviSpaceTemp
Outdoor air temperature
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_p
nviOutDoorTemp
Occupied cool and heat setpoints
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_p
nviSetpoint
Room humidity
8500
SCC
SNVT_lev_percent
nviSpaceRH
Fan mode
8500
SCC
SNVT_switch
nviFanSpeedCmd
Sequence of operation
8500
SCC
SNVT_switch
nviAuxHeatEnable
Occupancy
8500
SCC
SNVT_occupancy
nviOccManCmd
System mode
8500
SCC
SNVT_hvac_mode
nviApplicMode
Sequence of operation
8500
SCC
SNVT_hvac_mode
nviHeatCool
Lockout
8500
SCC
UNVT_nvi/nvo
nviRemLockout
nvi_DhumiLCK
DhumiLCK
8500
SCC
UNVT_nvi/nvo
Auxiliary contact
8500
SCC
UNVT_nvi/nvo
nviAuxOut
Room temperature
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_p
nvoSpaceTemp
Supply temperature
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_p
nvoDischAirTemp
Room humidity
8500
SCC
SNVT_lev_percent
nvoSpaceRH
Occupancy
8500
SCC
SNVT_occupancy
nvoEffectOccup
Unit status network output
8500
SCC
SNVT_hvac_status
nvoUnitStatus
Thermostat input/output status
8500
SCC
SNVT_state_64
nvoSccStatus
nvoTerminalLoad
Heating/Cooling demand
8500
SCC
SNVT_lev_percent
Temperature setpoints
8500
SCC
SNVT_temp_setpt
nciSetPts
RH options
8500
SCC
UNVT_gen_opts
nciRHmodel
Thermostat configuration options
8500
SCC
UNVT_gen_opts
nciGenOpt
Thermostat’s model number
8500
SCC
UNVT_model_number
nciSccModel
HVAC unit-type identifier
8500
SCC
SNVT_hvac_type
nciHVACType
Maximum send time
8500
SCC
SNVT_time_sec
nciSndHrtBt
Minimum send time
8500
SCC
SNVT_time_sec
nciMinOutTm
Minimum receive time
8500
SCC
SNVT_time_sec
nciRcvHrtBt
Hardware or software revisions
8500
SCC
SCPT_maj_ver
nciMajVer
Hardware or software revisions
8500
SCC
SCPT_min_ver
nciMinVer
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LONMARK® OBJECTS AND NETWORK VARIABLES
PTC Series Space Comfort Controller
Object Type #8500
Mandatory
Network
Variables
nviSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nvoSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nvoUnitStatus
SNVT_hvac_status
Optional
Network
Variables
nviOutdoorTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nvoDischAirTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nviSetpoint
SNVT_temp_p
nvoSpaceRH
SNVT_lev_percent
nviSpaceRH
SNVT_lev_percent
nvoEffectOccup
SNVT_occupancy
nviAuxHeatEnable
SNVT_switch
nvoTerminalLoad
SNVT_lev_percent
nviOccManCmd
SNVT_occupancy
nviApplicMode
SNVT_hvac_mode
nviHeatCool
SNVT_hvac_mode
Configuration Properties
Send Heartbeat (mandatory)
Temperature Setpoints (mandatory)
Minimum Send Time (optional)
Receive Heartbeat (optional)
Manufacturer
Network
Variables
nviRemLockout
SNVT_count
nvoSCCstatus
SNVT_state_64
nviAuxOut
SNVT_switch
Manufacturer Configuration Properties
Please see the manual for details.
Plug-In for configuration provided.
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Table 2: Points for BACnet® Integration
Object Instance
Functional Description
(Present_Value)
Read or Write
PTC101-BZF
PTC101-BZA
AV7
Room Temperature
Read/Write
X
X
BV8
Room Temp Override
Read/Write
X
X
AV9
Outdoor Temperature
Read/Write
X
X
AI12
Supply Temperature
Read
X
X
BV14
AUX Command
Read/Write
X
X
MV15
Sequence of Operation
Read/Write
X
X
MV16
System Mode
Read/Write
X
X
MV18
Occupancy Command
Read/Write
X
X
MV19
Keypad Lockout
Read/Write
X
X
GRP 20
Control Output
Read
X
X
AV21
PI Heating Demand
Read
X
X
AV22
PI Cooling Demand
Read
X
X
GRP 24
Controller Status
Read
X
X
BI25
AUX Status
Read
X
X
MV26
Heating Valve Status
Read
X
—
MV27
Cooling Valve Status
Read
X
—
BI29
BI 1 Status
Read
X
X
BI30
BI 2 Status
Read
X
X
BI31
UI 3 Status
Read
X
X
BI32
Local Motion
Read
X
X
MV33
Effective Occupancy
Read
X
X
GRP 34
Controller Alarms
Read
X
X
BI35
Window Alarm
Read
X
X
BI36
Filter Alarm
Read
X
X
BI37
Service Alarm
Read
X
X
GRP 38
Temperature Setpoints
Read
X
X
AV39
Occupied Heat Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
AV40
Occupied Cool Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
AV41
Stand-by Heat Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
AV42
Stand-by Cool Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
AV43
Unoccupied Heat Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
AV44
Unoccupied Cool Setpoint
Read/Write
X
X
GRP 45
General Options 1
Read
X
X
MV46
BI1 Configuration
Read/Write
X
X
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Object Instance
Functional Description
(Present_Value)
Read or Write
PTC101-BZF
PTC101-BZA
MV47
BI 2 Configuration
Read/Write
X
X
MV48
UI 3 Configuration
Read/Write
X
X
BV49
Menu Scroll
Read/Write
X
X
BV51
Temperature Scale
Read/Write
X
X
MV53
Out #1 Configuration
Read/Write
X
X
MV54
AUX Configuration
Read/Write
X
X
GRP 55
General Options 2
Read
X
X
AV56
Password Value
Read/Write
X
X
AV58
Heating Setpoint Limit
Read/Write
X
X
AV59
Cooling Setpoint Limit
Read/Write
X
X
BV60
Setpoint Type
Read/Write
X
X
MV62
Temporary Occupancy Time
Read/Write
X
X
AV63
Deadband
Read/Write
X
X
BV64
Reheat Time Base
Read/Write
X
X
MV65
Porportional Band
Read/Write
X
X
AV67
Stand-by Time
Read/Write
X
X
AV68
Unoccupied Time
Read/Write
X
X
GRP 74
Output Configuration Options
Read
X
X
BV75
Control Type
Read/Write
X
—
MV76
Floating Motor Timer
Read/Write
X
—
MV77
On Off Control CPH
Read/Write
X
—
BV78
Direct Reverse Acting
Read/Write
—
X
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PHOENIX RECOMMENDED CABLES
A 3-conductor will typically be used with the PTC Series Thermostats.
Cable
Type
Plenum
Rated
2C
Round
No
2C
Round
Yes
Function
Wire
Gauge
Primary
Vendor/Part #
24 Vac power to
LOSEA or
Pneumatic (110’
max at load 1, 2)
18
Belden 9409
24 Vac power to
HiSea (288’ max
at load 1, 2)
14
Belden 9411
24 Vac power to
LOSEA or
Pneumatic (110’
max at load 1, 2)
18
Belden 82740
24 Vac power to
HiSea (288’ max
at load 1, 2)
14
Windy City
NP007960
FTT-10 (4500’)
TP1250 (425’)
22
Windy City 107500
Alternate
Vendor/Part #
Color Code
Notes
1: Red
2: Black
Must be
stranded
Windy City
NP002360
1: Red
2: Black
Must be
stranded
Connect Air
W221P-1002
1: White/Blue stripe
2: Blue/White stripe
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W221P-2001
1: White/Blue stripe
2: Blue/White stripe
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1: Red
2: Black
3: Green
Must be
stranded
TP
No
TP
Yes
FTT-10 (8800’)
16
Windy City 109500
3C
Round
No
Signal
22
Belden 8443
3C or
4C
Round
Yes
Signal
22
Belden 88444
Windy City
004380
1: Red
2: Black
3: Green
4: White (not used as 3C)
Must be
stranded
4C
Round
No
Signal
22
Belden 8444
Manhattan
M13304
1: White
2: Green
3: Black
4: Red
Must be
stranded
5C
Round
No
Signal
22
Belden 8445
Manhattan
M13305
1: White
2: Brown
3: Black
4: Red
5: Green
Must be
stranded
8C
No
Signal
22
Belden 9421
Manhattan
M13308
1: White
2: Orange
3: Black
4: Red
5: Green
6: Yellow
7: Blue
8: Brown
No
substitutes
8C
Yes
Signal
22
Comtran 4956
1: White
2: Orange
3: Black
4: Red
5: Green
6: Yellow
7: Blue
8: Brown
No
substitutes
3C
MS/TP
No
Shielded
22
Belden 3106A
(120 ohm)
1: White with Orange stripe
2: Orange with White stripe
3: Blue with White stripe
Shielded with
drain
FTT-10 (8800’)
16
Windy City 109600
FTT-10 (4500’)
TP1250 (425’)
22
Windy City 105500
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Cable
Type
Plenum
Rated
4C
MS/TP
Yes
Armored
Shielded
22
Belden 1269A
(100 ohm)
1: Red
2: Blue
3: Black
4: Yellow
Foil and
braided
shield with
drain
4C
MS/TP
Yes
Armored
Shielded
22
Belden 123107A
(100 ohm)
1: White with Blue stripe
2: Blue with White stripe
3: White with Orange stripe
4: Orange with White stripe
Foil and
braided
shield with
drain
4C
MS/TP
Yes
Armored
Shielded
24
Belden 82842
(100 ohm)
1: White with Blue stripe
2: Blue with White stripe
3: White with Orange stripe
4: Orange with White stripe
Foil and
braided
shield with
drain
Low smoke
4C
MS/TP
Yes
Shielded
24
Belden 82729
(100 ohm)
1: White with Blue stripe
2: Blue with White stripe
3: White with Orange stripe
4: Orange with White stripe
Shield with
drain
4C
MS/TP
Yes
Shielded
24
Belden 88102
(100 ohm)
1: White with Blue stripe
2: Blue with White stripe
3: White with Orange stripe
4: Orange with White stripe
Shield with
drain
Function
Wire
Gauge
Primary
Vendor/Part #
Alternate
Vendor/Part #
Color Code
Notes
NOTES:
1 Load is 96 VA when power is provided by a 100 VA transformer with external 4 amp slow blow fuse.
2 Load is 100 VA when power is provided by a 100 VA transformer with internal circuit breaker.
©2009 Phoenix Controls. Specifications subject to change without notice. Rev. D
650-300-001
07/16
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