Installation Guide (6/3 Outputs)

Installation Guide (6/3 Outputs)
FlexStat™ BACnet Programmable Thermostats
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs)
Installation Guide (6/3 Outputs)
Quick Start
Mounting
The KMC FlexStat series of intelligent temperature/
humidity-sensing, wall-mounted, thermostat/
controllers are native BACnet Advanced Application
Controllers (B-AAC) for use in a BACnet system.
The FlexStat simplifies networked zone control for
common packaged HVAC equipment by including
an on-board library of programs that permits rapid
configuration of a wide range of HVAC control
applications.
For optimum temperature sensor performance,
the FlexStat must be mounted on an interior wall
and away from heat sources, sunlight, windows,
air vents, and air circulation obstructions (e.g.,
curtains, furniture). (See the Application Guide for
more information.)
Additionally, for a model with an occupancy sensor option, be sure to install it where it will have
unobstructed view of the most typical traffic area
(see the Application Guide for more information).
To use the FlexStat:
If replacing an existing thermostat, label wires as
needed for reference when removing the existing
thermostat.
1. Mount and wire the unit (see this Installation
Guide).
NOTE: This document gives basic mounting,
wiring, and setup information only. For
configuration, programming, operation,
and other information, see the KMC
Controls web site (www.kmccontrols.com)
for the latest documents and firmware. For
installation instructions of FlexStats with
output configurations other than 6 relays
and 3 analog outputs, see that model’s
respective installation guide.
2. Configure/program the unit (see the FlexStat
Operation and Application Guides).
1. Complete rough-in wiring at each location prior
to thermostat installation. Cable insulation must
meet local building codes.
2. Turn the hex screws in the bottom and top of
the FlexStat clockwise until they clear the cover.
(See Illustration 1.) Pull the cover away from the
backplate (mounting base).
3. Route the wiring through the backplate.
4. With the embossed UP toward the ceiling, fasten
the backplate directly to a vertical 2 x 4 inch wall
handy-box. (For horizontal or 4 x 4 applications,
use the HMO-10000 wall mounting plate.)
3. If necessary, troubleshoot any issues (see the
FlexStat Operation Guide).
5. Make the appropriate connections to the terminal
blocks. (See the Connections and Wiring section.)
4. Operate the unit (see the FlexStat Operation
Guide).
1.125" (29)
6. Place the FlexStat cover over the backplate while
being careful not to pinch or dislodge any
wiring. Back the hex screws (counterclockwise)
out of the brackets until they engage the FlexStat
cover and hold it in place.
Dimensions in inches (millimeters)
CAUTION
EIA-485 data
port for quick
network access
5.551"
(141)
4.192"
(106)
To prevent mounting screw heads from touching the
circuit board in the thermostat, use only the mounting
screws supplied by KMC Controls. Using screws other
than the type supplied may damage the FlexStat.
Terminal blocks
on backplate for
easy wiring
Cover hex screws
Illustration 1—Dimensions and Connections
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) 1
NOTE: This document is for 6 relay and 3 analog
output BAC-1xx63 series only. See other installation guides for the proper FlexStat series.
Installation Guide
Connections and Wiring
Wiring Considerations
MS/TP EOL (End-Of-Line) Termination
• Because of the many connections (power,
network, inputs, outputs, and their respective
grounds or switched commons), be sure wiring
is well planned before installation of conduit!
The controllers/thermostats on the physical ends of
the EIA-485 wiring segment must have end-of-line
termination installed for proper network operation.
(See Illustrations 2 and 3.) If a FlexStat is at the physical end of the MS/TP network line, set both the EOL
termination switches (1 and 2) to On (to the right)
on the back of the circuit board. If not on the end,
ensure that both switches are Off (left).
• To prevent excessive voltage drop, use a conductor size that is adequate for the wiring length!
Allow plenty of “cushion” to allow for transient peaks during startup.
• Make sure that conduit for all wiring has adequate diameter for all necessary wiring. Using
1-inch conduit and junction boxes is recommended! Use external junction boxes above the ceiling
or in another convenient location as needed
to make connections that run to the FlexStat’s
junction box.
Illustration 2—MS/TP Network End-Of-Line Termination
• Using multiple conductor wires for all inputs
(e.g., six conductor) and outputs (e.g., 12 conductor) is recommended. Grounds for all the inputs
can be combined on one wire.
Pushed Left
EOL =
ON
OFF
1
1
2
2
CAUTION
To avoid damage from ground loops and other
communication issues in networked FlexStats,
correct phasing on MS/TP network and power
connections on ALL the networked controllers is
critically important.
Pushed Right
IN4 =
10K Ω 0-12 V
3
3
4
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
IN3 =
10K Ω 0-12 V
5
5
6
6
IN2 =
10K Ω 0-12 V
7
7
8
8
7
8
Illustration 3—EOL and Pull-Up Switch Resistor Positions
MS/TP Wiring
NOTE: The S terminal in KMC controllers is
provided as a connecting point for the
shield. The terminal is not connected to the
ground of the controller. When connecting
to controllers from other manufacturers,
verify the shield connection is not
connected to the controller’s ground.
For more information on principles and good practices when connecting an MS/TP network, see Planning
BACnet Networks (Application Note AN0404A).
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) Outputs
NOTE: IN1 is the room temp.
sensor AI1
NOTE: SC = Switched
(Relay) Common
BACnet
MS/TP
Network
+B
Inputs
IN4
–A
(Wiring Inputs
and Outputs
Dependent on
Application)
24 VAC
IN3
GND
IN2
Analog 9
(Wiring Cutout in Backplate)
Connect the –A terminals in parallel with all other –A
terminals on the network and the +B terminals in parallel with all other +B terminals. (See Illustrations 2 and
4.) Connect the shields of the cable (Belden cable #82760
or equivalent) together at each device. Use a wire nut or
the S terminal in KMC BACnet controllers. (FlexStats,
however, do not have an S terminal.) Connect the cable
shield to a good earth ground at one end only.
GND 7–9
Analog 8
Analog 7
Relay 6
SC 4–6
Relay 5
Relay 4
Relay 3
SC 1–3
Common/–/C
Relay 2
Phase/ /R
Relay 1
Illustration 4—(BAC-1xx63C) Terminals and Connections
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Installation Guide
Input Connections
Output Connections
Passive input devices require pull-up resistors in
the circuit. For passive input devices (e.g., switch
contacts and Type III 10K ohm thermistors) on IN2
through IN4, set the pull-up switches on the back
of the circuit board to the 10K position. For active
voltage devices, set the switches to the 0–12 VDC
position. (See Illustrations 3 and 4.)
Connect the device under control between the desired
output terminal and the related SC (Switched Common for relays) or GND (Ground for analog outputs)
terminal. (See Illustration 4). For the bank of three
relays, there is one Switched (relay) Common connection (in place of the GND terminal used with analog
outputs). (See Illustration 5).
NOTE: Unlike the EOL switch pairs (1-2), the
INPUT switch pairs (3-4, 5-6, and 7-8)
must NOT have both switches set to the
left or both set to the right—if switch 3 is
set to the left, for example, switch 4 must
be set to the right (or vice versa). ALL the
input pull-up resistor switch pairs must
be fully latched in either 10K Ohm or
0–12 VDC positions even if a switch pair
has no input connected! A single incorrect
switch position may cause errors in multiple inputs.
One Switched
Common
Connection
Per Bank of
Three
Normally
Open Relays
Relay 3 (or 6)
SC 1–3 (or 4–6)
Relay 2 (or 5)
Relay 1 (or 4)
Illustration 5—Switched (Relay) Common and Relays
Do not attach a device that draws current exceeding
the FlexStat’s output capacity:
• Maximum output current for individual ANALOG outputs (7–9) is 20 mA @ 12 VDC (each).
NOTE: For more information on wiring specific
applications (AHU, FCU, HPU, RTU), see
the Applications section starting on page
4. (These applications are the packaged
programs selectable from the Advanced >
Application menu in the BAC-1xx63C models.) See also the FlexStat Application Guide
on www.kmccontrols.com.
• Max. output current is 1 A for individual
RELAYS @ 24 VAC/VDC or a total of 1.5 A per
bank of 3 relays (relays 1–3 and 4–6).
For example, KMC REE-3111/3112 relays could
be connected to the analog outputs, but REE3211/3221/3213 relays would exceed the FlexStat’s
analog output capacity (although the REE-3211 can
be used with the FlexStat’s internal relays 1–6 as
shown in the following applications pages).
NOTE: FlexStat inputs do not support 1K ohm
RTDs. To use a 4–20 current loop input or
map analog inputs as binary values, see the
FlexStat Application Guide.
FlexStat relays 1–6 are NO, SPST (Form “A”). (To
emulate binary outputs with the analog outputs, set
the output voltage to be either 0 or 12 VDC in Control
Basic.)
CAUTION
Relays are for Class-2 voltages (24 VAC) only. Do not
connect line voltage to the relays!
CAUTION
Do not mistakenly connect 24 VAC to an analog
output ground. This is not the same as a relay’s
switched common. See the backplate’s terminal
label for the correct terminal.
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) 3
Installation Guide
Power Connection
Configuration
The FlexStat requires an external, 24 volt, AC power
source. Use a KMC Controls Class-2 transformer to
supply power. Connect the transformer’s neutral
lead to the 24 VAC Common/–/C terminal and the
AC phase lead to the 24 VAC Phase/~/R terminal.
(See Illustration 4.) Power is applied to the FlexStat
when the transformer is plugged in.
To configure the FlexStat, navigate the menus and
change settings by pressing a combination of buttons.
Press the Right (Menu) button and then the:
• Enter button to select and/or exit value editing.
• Up/Down button to move among entries (up/
down lines).
• Left/Right button to move among value fields
(left/right spaces).
• Left button to return to the Home screen.
KMC Controls recommends powering only one controller/thermostat from each transformer. If installing
a FlexStat in a system with other controllers/thermostats powered from a single transformer, however,
phasing must be correct and the total power drawn
from the transformer must not exceed its rating.
Humidity and motion sensor options are dependent
on the FlexStat model. For operation, configuration,
troubleshooting, and other information, see the
FlexStat Operation Guide.
Accessories
HMO-10000
Horizontal or 4 x 4 handy box wall
mounting plate, light almond
MAIN MENU
ABOUT
ADVANCED
ALARM
ADVANCED
DATE/TIME APPLICATION
SCHEDULE
SETPOINTS CB PROGRAMS
(See
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
menus
DATE/TIME
on the
DEVICE
following
INPUTS
pages)
LIMITS
HMO-10000W
HMO-10000 in white
HPO-0044
Replacement cover hex screw
HTO-1103
FlexStat firmware flash upgrade
kit
KMD-5567
Network surge suppressor
KMD-5575
Network repeater/isolator
KMD-5576
EIA-485 to USB Communicator
KMD-5624
PC data port (EIA-485) cable
(FlexStat to USB Communicator)—included with the KMD5576 (buy for third-party EIA-232
interfaces)
SP-001
Flat blade and hex end screwdriver (with KMC logo) for cover
hex screws
XEE-6111-040
Transformer, 120-to-24 VAC, 40
VA, single-hub
XEE-6112-040
Transformer, 120-to-24 VAC, 40
VA, dual-hub
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) 4
Illustration 6—Configuration Screens
NOTE: Applications on pages 5–9 are the packaged
programs selectable from the Advanced
> Application menu in the BAC-1xx63C
(only) models. Other FlexStat models have
other applications. Humidity and motion
sensor options are dependent on the
FlexStat model.
Installation Guide
Applications
Air Handler Unit (AHU)—
AHU LAYOUT
Modulating Heat and Modulating Cool
NOTE: See also the RTU section
for 2-stage options.
REE-3211 Multi-Voltage Relay
XEE-6311-075/6311-100 Transformer
APPLICATION
DEGREES SCALE: °F
APP: AIR HANDLER
ADDITIONAL SETUP
MEP-5372/7252/7552/7852 Fail-Safe Actuators
Input Terminals
XEE-6311-075 Transformer
AHU Input Connections
BACnet Objects
IN4
Opt. Outside Air Temp. (OAT)*
AI4
IN3
Opt. Mixed Air Temp. (MAT)*
AI3
GND
Ground
IN2
Optional FST or DAT**
AI2
*When using optional Outside Air Damper, must also have MAT/OAT
inputs (typically 10K, Type III thermistors). Ensure pull-up resistor
switch positions are set properly—see Illustration 3 on page 2.
**Fan Status (FST) or Discharge Air Temperature (DAT) is an optional,
selectable input. Ensure pull-up resistor switch positions are set
properly (10K position) for the relay, switch, or Type III thermistor.
VEP-45xxB895/VEB-43xxxBDL Valves with MEP-5372 Fail-Safe Actuators
Output
Terminals
Analog 9
GND
STE-1402 Duct
Sensor, Type III
CSE-1102 Air Differential
Pressure Switch
ADDITIONAL SETUP
DAMPER
FAN
HUMIDITY
SENSORS
VALVE
NOTE: EITHER FAN STATUS (FST) OR
DISCHARGE AIR TEMP (DAT) CAN
BE USED ON IN2, BUT NOT BOTH.
AHU Output Connections
(Modulating)
BACnet
Objects
Outside Air Damper (OAD/RTD)*
AO9
Ground (for analog output terminals 7–9)
Analog 8
Heating Valve (HTV)
AO8
Analog 7
Cooling Valve (CLV)
AO7
Relay 6
(BO6)
SC 4–6
STE-1416 Duct Averaging Temp. Sensor
Relay 5
(BO5)
Relay 4
(BO4)
Relay 3
(BO3)
SC 1–3
24 VAC (for relay terminals 1–3)
Relay 2
STE-1451 Outside Air Temp. Sensor
Relay 1
(BO2)
Fan
BO1
*If optional Outside Air Damper is used, must also have MAT/OAT inputs.
NOTE: Connections and menus reflect firmware
version R1.3.0.4 or later.
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) 5
Installation Guide
Heat Pump Unit (HPU)—
HPU LAYOUT
1 or 2 Compressors with Auxiliary and Emergency Heat
CAUTION
Relays are for Class-2 voltages (24 VAC) only.
Do not connect line voltage to the relays!
Do not mistakenly connect 24 VAC to an
analog output ground.
XEE-6311-075 or XEE-6311-100 Transformer
APPLICATION
DEGREES SCALE: °F
APP: HEAT PUMP
OPT: 1 STAGE
ADDITIONAL SETUP
MEP-5372/7252/7552/7852 Fail-Safe Actuators
ADDITIONAL SETUP
AUX HEAT
DAMPER
FAN
HUMIDITY
SENSORS
VALVE
NOTE: To see Humidity options in the Additional
Setup menu, select an Aux. Heat option
other than None (the default).
STE-1402 Duct
Sensor, Type III
CSE-1102 Air Differential
Pressure Switch
Input Terminals
NOTE: EITHER FAN STATUS (FST) OR
DISCHARGE AIR TEMP (DAT) CAN
BE USED ON IN2, BUT NOT BOTH.
HPU Input Connections
BACnet Objects
IN4
Opt. Outside Air Temp. (OAT)*
AI4
IN3
Opt. Mixed Air Temp. (MAT)*
AI3
GND
Ground
IN2
Optional FST or DAT**
AI2
*When using optional Outside Air Damper, must also have MAT/OAT
inputs (typically 10K, Type III thermistors). Ensure pull-up resistor
switch positions are set properly—see Illustration 3 on page 2.
**Fan Status (FST) or Discharge Air Temperature (DAT) is an optional,
selectable input. Ensure pull-up resistor switch positions are set
properly (10K position) for the relay, switch, or Type III thermistor.
STE-1416 Duct Averaging Temp. Sensor
STE-1451 Outside Air Temp. Sensor
NOTE: WIRE TO “O” TERMINAL IF
REVERSING VALVE IS
ENERGIZED IN COOLING
MODE; WIRE TO “B”
TERMINAL IF REVERSING
VALVE IS ENERGIZED IN
HEATING MODE.
Output
Terminals
Typical
Terminal
Codes
Analog 9
HPU Output Connections
BACnet
Objects
Outside Air Damper (OAD/RTD)*
AO9
Ground
(for analog output terminals 7–9)
GND
Analog 8
(AO8)
Analog 7
Relay 6
NOTE: Although
typical
terminal
code letters
are shown,
check the
schematics
of your unit
for wiring
details.
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) SC 4–6
(AO7)
W2/E
Emergency Heat (Optional)
BO6
R
24 VAC (for relay terminals 4–6)
Relay 5
W
Auxiliary Heat (Optional)
BO5
Relay 4
Y2
Compressor 2 (Optional)
BO4
Relay 3
Y1
Compressor 1
BO3
R
24 VAC (for relay terminals 1–3)
Relay 2
O/B
Reversing Valve
(see O/B Note in schematic)
BO2
Relay 1
G
Fan
BO1
SC 1–3
*If optional Outside Air Damper is used, must also have MAT/OAT inputs.
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Installation Guide
Roof Top Unit (RTU)—
1 or 2 Heat and 1 or 2 Cool
RTU 2H/2C LAYOUT
NOTE: Terminal connections and menus
reflect firmware version R1.3.0.4 or
later. (Relay 3 and 4 were swapped in
versions earlier than R0.0.0.0.)
XEE-6311-075 or XEE-6311-100 Transformer
APPLICATION
DEGREES SCALE: °F
APP: ROOF TOP
OPT: 1H/1C
ADDITIONAL SETUP
MEP-5372/7252/7552/7852 Fail-Safe Actuators
NOTE: Although typical terminal code letters are
shown, check the schematics of your unit for
wiring details.
STE-1402 Duct
Sensor, Type III
CSE-1102 Air Differential
Pressure Switch
NOTE: EITHER FAN STATUS (FST) OR
DISCHARGE AIR TEMP (DAT) CAN
BE USED ON IN2, BUT NOT BOTH.
Input Terminals
STE-1416 Duct Averaging Temp. Sensor
RTU Input Connections
BACnet Objects
IN4
Opt. Outside Air Temp. (OAT)*
AI4
AI3
IN3
Opt. Mixed Air Temp. (MAT)*
GND
Ground
IN2
Optional FST or DAT**
IF BOTH RC AND RH TERMINALS ARE PRESENT:
WIRE RC TO SC 1-3 AND RH TO SC 4-6.
IF ONLY ONE “R” TERMINAL IS PRESENT:
WIRE BOTH SC 1-3 AND SC 4-6 TO R.
Output
Terminals
Typical Terminal
Codes
Analog 9
RTU Output Connections
(1 or 2 H and 1 or 2 C)
BACnet
Objects
Outside Air Damper (OAD/RTD)*
AO9
Ground
(for analog output terminals 7–9)
GND
Analog 8
(AO8)
Analog 7
(AO7)
Relay 6
(BO6)
SC 4–6
RH/R
24 VAC (for relay terminals 4–6)
Relay 5
W2
Heat 2 (Optional)
BO5
Relay 4
W1
Heat 1
BO4
Relay 3
Y2
Cool 2 (Optional)
BO3
RC/R
24 VAC (for relay terminals 1–3)
Relay 2
Y1
Cool 1
BO2
Relay 1
G
Fan
BO1
SC 1–3
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) AI2
*When using optional Outside Air Damper, must also have MAT/OAT
inputs (typically 10K, Type III thermistors). Ensure pull-up resistor
switch positions are set properly—see Illustration 3 on page 2.
**Fan Status (FST) or Discharge Air Temperature (DAT) is an optional,
selectable input. Ensure pull-up resistor switch positions are set
properly (10K position) for the relay, switch, or Type III thermistor.
STE-1451 Outside Air Temp. Sensor
NOTE: This was 2 Heat and 2 Cool in
firmware R1.3.04 and earlier.
Multistage was added later.
ADDITIONAL SETUP
DAMPER
FAN
HUMIDITY
SENSORS
*If optional Outside Air Damper is used, must also have MAT/OAT inputs.
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Installation Guide
Fan Coil Unit (FCU)—
FCU 4-PIPE
MODULATING LAYOUT
2 or 4 Pipe, Modulating or 2 Position
4-PIPE MODULATING OPTION
(See the FCU—Other Options section on the next page for more options)
NOTE:
Humidity
and occupancy sensor
options are
dependent
on FlexStat
model.
XEE-6311-050 Transformer
Input Terminals
FCU Input Connections
BACnet Objects
IN4
VEP-45xxB745/
VEB-43xxxBCK
Valves with
MEP-4002 0–10
VDC Actuators
(AI4)
IN3
Supply Water Temp. (W-TMP)*
GND
Ground
IN2
Optional FST or DAT**
AI3
AI2
*Input for Supply Water Temp is typically a 10K,Type III thermistor.
Ensure pull-up resistor switch positions are set properly—see
Illustration 3 on page 2.
**Fan Status (FST) or Discharge Air Temperature (DAT) is an optional,
selectable input. Ensure pull-up resistor switch positions are set
properly (10K position) for the relay, switch, or Type III thermistor.
STE-1402 Duct
Sensor, Type III
CSE-1102 Air Differential
Pressure Switch
APPLICATION
DEGREES SCALE: °F
APP: FAN COIL
OPT: 4–PIPE
ADDITIONAL SETUP
NOTE: EITHER FAN STATUS (FST) OR
DISCHARGE AIR TEMP (DAT) CAN
BE USED ON IN2, BUT NOT BOTH.
ADDITIONAL SETUP
FAN
HUMIDITY
SENSORS
VALVE
NOTE: To see Humidity options in
the Additional Setup menu,
select the 4-Pipe option.
REE-3211 Multi-Voltage Relays
Output Terminals
(BAC-1xxx63C)
FCU Output Connections
2-Pipe
BACnet
Objects
4-Pipe
Analog 9
GND
(AO9)
Ground
(for analog output terminals 7–9)
Analog 8
Heat Valve,
Proportional (HTV)
AO8
Analog 7
Valve,
Cool Valve,
Proportional (VLV) Proportional (CLV)
AO7
Relay 6
SC 4–6
(BO6)
24 VAC (for relay terminals 4–6)
Relay 5
NOTE:
Do not use
REE-3211s
with analog
outputs!
See Output
Connections
on page 3.
BAC-1xx63 Series (6 Relays, 3 Analog Outputs) Relay 4
Relay 3
SC 1–3
Valve,
2-Position (VLV)
Heat Valve,
2-Position (HTV)
BO5
Cool Valve,
2-Position (CLV)
BO4
Fan 3
BO3
24 VAC (for relay terminals 1–3)
Relay 2
Fan 2
BO2
Relay 1
Fan 1
BO1
*If optional Outside Air Damper is used, must also have MAT/OAT inputs.
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Installation Guide
Fan Coil Unit (FCU)—Other Options
Additional Resources
NOTE: See the FCU—Overview section on the
previous page for the 4-Pipe Modulating
option and the general schematic.
The latest support files are always available on the
KMC Controls web site (www.kmccontrols.com). To
see all available files, you will need to log-in to the
Partners site.
(4-PIPE 2-POSITION FCU OPTION)
For specifications, see the FlexStat Data Sheet.
For operation, configuration, troubleshooting,
and other information, see the FlexStat Operation
Guide.
XEE-6311-050 Transformer
For additional wiring, application, and programming information, see the FlexStat Application
Guide.
For additional instructions on programming, see the
Help system for BACstage or TotalControl.
BLU (VEP Series) or BLK (VEZ Series)
BRN (VEP Series) or RED (VEZ Series)
N.C.
VEP-1xxx0186/VEZ-4xxxxMBx
Valves with 24 VAC Actuators
(See Wire
Colors
Above)
N.O.
(2-PIPE MODULATING FCU OPTION)
XEE-6311-050 Transformer
VEP-45xxB745/
VEB-43xxxBCK
Valve with
MEP-4002 0–10
VDC Actuator
Important Notices
The material in this document is for information
purposes only. The contents and the product it
describes are subject to change without notice.
KMC Controls, Inc. makes no representations or
warranties with respect to this document. In no event
shall KMC Controls, Inc. be liable for any damages,
direct or incidental, arising out of or related to the
use of this document.
STE-1454 Temp. Sensor
(2-PIPE 2-POSITION FCU OPTION)
XEE-6311-050 Transformer
VEP-1xxx0186/VEZ-4xxxxMBx
Valve with 24 VAC Actuator
KMC Controls, Inc.
19476 Industrial Drive
PO Box 497
New Paris, IN 46553
574.831.5250; Fax 574.831.5252
www.kmccontrols.com; info@kmccontrols.com
BLU (VEP Series) or BLK (VEZ Series)
BRN (VEP Series) or RED (VEZ Series)
STE-1454
Temp. Sensor
BAC-1xx63
Series
(6 Relays,Inc.
3 Analog
Outputs) ©
2010 KMC
Controls,
9
Installation
Guide
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