This document includes the manuals for both versions of

This document includes the manuals for both versions of
 This document includes the manuals for both
versions of the thermostats available for this
controller. The TFL2X followed by the TFL5X. Electronic VAV Controller
Specification & Installation Instructions
Features:

LED indication of relay status

Quality “non strip” terminals
_: No communication
B: BACnet communication

24 Vac thermal fuse
1: Plastic housing

Selectable analog and digital output
4: 24 Vac

Precise temperature control with programmable PI
function
W: 3 wire connection
R: RJ45 connection

Selectable Fahrenheit or Celsius scale

Manual night set back or no occupancy override
I: Pressure Independent
D: Pressure Dependent

Multi level lockable access menu
T: Triacs

Lockable setpoint

Selectable internal or external temperature sensor
(10KΩ)
0: No triacs
2: 2 Triacs
3: 3 Triacs
4: 4 Triacs

Change over by contact or external temperature sensor S: 70 in. lb. actuator

On board differential pressure sensor (depending on
models)

Pressure sensor air flow program available

Selectable proportional control band and dead band

Anti-freeze protection

BACnet® MS/TP @ 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800 bps
available

Selectable device instance via technician menu

Selectable MAC Address by dip switch on the EVCB
Technical Data
Torque
Power consumption
Running time through 90º
Power supply
Inputs
Outputs
Communication
Communication connection
Electrical connection
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative Humidity
Weight
EVCTRL2-130226-ESA.doc
E V C B 1 4 W I T 4 S F
T: 180 in. lb. actuator
_: No feedback
F: Position feedback (BACnet models only)
EVC
70 in.lb. [8 Nm] or 180 in.lb. [20 Nm] at rated voltage
10 VA max
95 seconds ±10%
22 to 26 Vac 50/60 Hz
2 thermistor inputs
2 digital inputs
Differential pressure sensor 0-1.0” WC (on pressure independent models)
2 analog outputs (0-10 Vdc)
Up to 4 TRIAC outputs 24 Vac, 500mA max fused / TRIAC
®
BACnet MS/TP @ 9600, 19200, 38400 or 76800 bps (on EVCB models)
24 AWG twisted-shield cable (Belden 9841 or equivalent)
2
0.8 mm [18 AWG] minimum
0ºC to 50ºC [32ºF to 122ºF]
-30ºC to 50ºC [-22ºF to 122ºF]
5 to 95% non condensing
1.8 kg. [4 lb]
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Specification & Installation Instructions
Dimensions
EVC with 70 in. lb. actuator
A
D
C
Dimension
Imperial (in)
A
1.50
B
7.2
C
3.2
D
5.1
Tubing ID*
1/8
*On pressure independent models
Metric (mm)
38
183
82
128
3.175
Dimension
Imperial (in)
A
7.20
B
1.22
C
2.93
D
3.74
E
3.45
Tubing ID*
1/8
*On pressure independent models
Metric (mm)
182.9
31.0
74.3
94.9
87.6
3.175
B
EVC for 180 in. lb. actuator
E
D
C
A
B
The actuator will do an auto-stroke on power up. When changing the actuator adjustment screws, make sure to cycle
power to initiate the auto-stroke. Auto-stroke is not available on EVC pressure independent without feedback (EVCx14xITxx).
Installation
1. Manually close the damper
LOW
STATIC
PRESSURE
blades and positioned the
actuator at 0º or 90º.
2. Slide the actuator onto the shaft.
3. Tighten the nuts on the “U” bolt to
the shaft with an 8mm wrench to
a torque of 60 in.lb. [6.7 Nm].
4. Slide the mounting bracket under
the actuator. Ensure free
movement of the slot at the base
of the actuator. The bracket pin
must be placed in the mid
distance of the slot.
5. Fix the bracket to the ductwork
with #8 self-tapping screws.
HIGH
TOTAL
PRESSURE
CLUTCH
MOUNTING
BRACKET
1. Manually close the damper
Terminal in the actuator
1
COMMON (-) (black)
SUPPLY (+) (red)
Green:
White:
Red:
Black:
Feedback
Control
24Vac
Common
2
3
4
5
FEEDBACK (green)
CONTROL (white)
blades and positioned the
actuator at 0º or 90º.
2. Slide the actuator onto the shaft.
3. Tighten the nuts on the “U” bolt to
the shaft with an 8mm wrench to
a torque of 150 in.lb. [17 Nm].
4. Slide the mounting bracket under
the actuator. Ensure free
movement of the slot at the base
of the actuator. The bracket pin
must be placed in the mid
distance of the slot.
5. Fix the bracket to the ductwork
with #8 self-tapping screws.
6. Connect the cable from the EVC
to the terminal in the actuator as
shown here.
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Specification & Installation Instructions
Terminal Description
EXT
INT
2
EXT
3 1
COM
3
AI2
INT
2
AO2
AI1
TB5
COM
TB4
DI2
AO1
LD1
Analog Input (TB5)
1- Analog Input 1 (AI1)
2- Common (AI1 & AI2)
3- Analog Input 2 (AI2)
LD2
Communication
with thermostat
indication
2
3
(1-7)
MAC Address
Selection
(8) 120
ohm
termination
(Last node)
TB6
1
PWR
DATA
4 5
RJ1*
TB7*
3 wire to TRL
ON
COM
RJ45 or
Thermostat Connection (TB7 or RJ1)*
1- Common
2- Power
3- Data
Note: If RJ45, simply connect Ethernet cable to RJ1
Power
indication
2 3
1
Network
IN A+
IN BCOM
OUT A+
OUT B-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DS1*
Network (TB6)
1- Input (IN A+)
2- Input (IN B+)
3- Common
4- Output (A+)
5- Output (B-)
Triac TO3/TO4 output
signal selector on 24V
TB3
COM
JP2
Digital Inputs
Analog Inputs
TB2
TO4*
DI1
3 1
6 7
COM*
2
TO3*
Triac Outputs
24 Vac
8 1
TO3/TO4 24 Vac*
Analog Outputs
Analog Output (TB4)
1- Analog Output 1 (AO1)
2- Common (AO1 & AO2)
3- Analog Output 2 (AO2)
JP1
TO2*
5
Digital Input (TB3)
1- Digital Input 1 (DI1)
2- Common (DI1 & DI2)
3- Digital Input 2 (DI2)
COM*
Triac TO1/TO2 output
signal selector on 24V
3 4
Triac Outputs
24 Vac
TB1
TO1*
2
Triac Output (TB2)*
1- Triac 24 Vac input for TO1/TO2
2- Triac Output 1 (TO1)
3- Common
4- Triac Output 2 (TO2)
5- Triac 24 Vac input for TO3/TO4
6- Triac Output 3 (TO3)
7- Common
8- Triac Output 4 (TO4)
24 Vac
24 Vac
TO1/TO2 24 Vac*
3 4 1
Low Voltage
Supply
2
COM
COM
1
Low Voltage Supply (TB1)
1- Common
2- Common
3- 24 Vac Input
4- 24 Vac Input
* Option
BACnet® MAC address dip switch
(8) 120 ohm
termination
(Last node)
MSTP/MAC address for communication, are selectable in binary logic by dip switch.
If you do not change device instance in programme mode, it will be automatically modified according to the MAC address.
B0
B1
MAC Address
DS.1
DS.2
ON
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153000
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153001
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153002
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153003
153004
(1-7)
MAC Address
Selection
B2
B3
DS.3 DS.4
B4
DS.5
B5
DS.6 D
B6
S.7
Default Device
Instance
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
126
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
153126
127
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
153127
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Specification & Installation Instructions
Programming Mode
When in this mode the
symbol is displayed. Press on button
to return to previous function and press on the arrow buttons
or
time, changed values are automatically recorded.
Step
1
2
Display
C
C
to advance to the next program function, press on button
to change values. You can exit the programming mode at any
Description
Values
Internal temperature sensor Calibration:
Display scrolls “INSIDE TEMPER SENSOR OFFSET” and temperature read by
internal temperature sensor.
Range: 10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
You can adjust the calibration of the sensor by comparison with a known
(max. offset ± 5ºC)
thermometer. For example if thermostat has been installed in an area
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
where temperature is slightly different than the typical room temperature
(thermostat placed right under the air diffuser).
Minimum setpoint:
Display scrolls “ADJUST MINIMUM USER SETPNT” and the minimum setpoint
temperature.
Select the desired minimum setpoint temperature.
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step #3).
3
C
5
Maximum setpoint:
Display scrolls “ADJUST MAXIMUM USER SETPNT” and the maximum setpoint
Maximum range:
temperature.
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Please select the desired maximum setpoint temperature.
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 30ºC [86ºF]
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step #2).
Locking the setpoint:
Display scrolls “USER SETPNT LOCKED” and the status of the function.
You can lock or unlock the setpoint adjustment by end user. If locked,
“YES” and lock symbol will appear.
4
C
Minimum range:
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 15ºC [59ºF]
Default value: Unlocked
(NO)
Adjust internal setpoint:
Display scrolls “ADJUST INTERN SETPNT” and the setpoint temperature.
Select the desired setpoint temperature; which should be within the listed Setpoint range:
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
temperature range.
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Lock symbol will appear if the setpoint was locked at the previous step.
Default value: 22ºC [72ºF]
Setpoint value is restricted by the minimum and maximum value (step #2
& 3).
Adjust the control mode:
Display scrolls “ADJUST TEMPER CONTROL MODE”. Cooling and heating
symbols are also displayed.
Select which control mode to authorize: Automatic, cooling or heating,
heating only or cooling only.
If you want to authorize all modes, choose Automatic mode.
6
ON mode will the user allow to switch between heat & cool mode.
If you want to authorize only Automatic mode, select CLHt mode.
Default value:
Automatic cooling and heating
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Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set On/Off function enable or disable:
Display scrolls “ENABLE ON OFF CONTROL MODE”.
Select Yes or No to enable or disable user control mode adjustment.
Default value:
Enable (YES)
7
8
Set TO1 output signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO1 OUTPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal output for TO1 output, either OnOF (On-Off),
PULs (Pulse) or FLt (Floating).
Set TO1 signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO1 SIGNAL RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for TO1 from the options provided:
9
Values
Default value: on-off
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
OFF.
If “PULs” was selected at step #8, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected OnOF at step #8, go directly to step #12.
If you selected PULs at step #8 or OFF here, go directly to step #14.
Set TO1 floating time: (If “FLt” was selected at step #8)
Display scroll “set floatng time in seconds” and the floating time value
(in seconds).
10
11
Please select desired value of the floating time signal.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
Range: 15 to 250 sec.
Increment: 5 sec.
Default value: 100 sec.
Set TO1 direction: (If “FLt” was selected at step #8)
Display scrolls “SELECT floatng direct reverse” and the selected rotation
direction.
Select the desired direction, either:
dIr: Direct “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv: Reverse “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Go directly to step #18.
Set TO1 on-off closing level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #8)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO1 CLOSE PERCENT” and the value of the closing
level of the TO1 output.
12
Select the percentage at which you want TO1 to close: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step # 9.
Set TO1 on-off opening level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #8)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO1 OPEN PERCENT” and the value of the opening
level of the TO1 output.
13
Select the percentage at which you want TO1 to open: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step # 9.
Default value: dIr (direct)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the demand)
Range: 0 to TO1 closing- 4%
Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
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Step
14
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set TO2 output signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO2 OUTPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal output for TO2 output from the options
provided: OnOf, PULs
Values
Default value: on-off
Set TO2 signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO2 SIGNAL RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for TO2 from the options provided:
15
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
OFF.
If “PULs” was selected at step #14, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected pulse signal at step #14, go directly to step #18.
If you selected OFF, go directly to step #18.
16
Set TO2 on-off closing level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #14)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO2 CLOSE PERCENT” and the value of the closing
level of the TO2 output.
Please select the percentage at which you want TO2 to close: x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #15.
17
Set TO2 on-off opening level: (If “OnOf” has been selected at step #14)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO2 OPEN PERCENT” and the value of the opening
level of the TO2 output.
Select the percentage at which you want TO2 to open: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #15.
18*
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the demand)
Range: 0 to TO2 closing- 4%
Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
Set TO3 output signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO3 OUTPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal output for TO3 output, either OnOF (On-Off),
PULs (Pulse) or FLt (Floating).
Set TO3 signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO3 SIGNAL RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for TO3 from the options provided:
19*
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Default value: on-off
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
OFF.
If “PULs” was selected at step #18, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected OnOF at step #18, go directly to step #22.
If you selected PULs at step #18 or OFF here, go directly to step
#24.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
*Only on selected models
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Step
20*
21*
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set TO3 floating time: (If “FLt” was selected at step #18)
Display scroll “set floatng time in seconds” and the floating time value
(in seconds).
Please select desired value of the floating time signal.
23*
24*
Range: 15 to 250 sec.
Increment: 5 sec.
Default value: 100 sec.
Set TO3 direction: (If “FLt” was selected at step #18)
Display scrolls “SELECT floatng direct reverse” and the selected rotation
direction.
Select the desired direction, either:
dIr: Direct “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv: Reverse “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Go directly to step #28.
22*
Values
Set TO3 on-off closing level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #18)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO3 CLOSE PERCENT” and the value of the closing
level of the TO3 output.
Select the percentage at which you want TO3 to close: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #19.
Set TO3 on-off opening level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #18)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO3 OPEN PERCENT” and the value of the opening
level of the TO3 output.
Select the percentage at which you want TO3 to open: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #19.
Set TO4 output signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO4 OUTPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal output for TO4 output from the options
provided: OnOf, PULs
.
Default value: dIr (direct)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the demand)
Range: 0 to TO3 closing- 4%
Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
Default value: on-off
Set TO4 signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT TO4 SIGNAL RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for TO4 from the options provided:
25*
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
OFF.
If “PULs” was selected at step #24, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected pulse signal at step #24, go directly to step #28.
If you selected OFF, go directly to step #28.
26*
Set TO4 on-off closing level: (If “OnOf” was selected at step #24)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO4 CLOSE PERCENT” and the value of the closing
level of the TO4 output.
Please select the percentage at which you want TO4 to close: x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #25.
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the demand)
*Only on selected models
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Step
27*
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set TO4 on-off opening level: (If “OnOf” has been selected at step #24)
Display scrolls “SELECT TO4 OPEN PERCENT” and the value of the opening
level of the TO4 output.
Select the percentage at which you want TO4 to open: at x% of the
demand of the ramp that you selected at step #25.
Values
Range: 0 to TO4 closing- 4%
Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
Set motor signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT MOTOR SIGNAL RAMP”.
Select which ramp you want for the motor from the options provided:
28
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
COr: Change over ramp,
CH1: Cool-Heat ramp 1 (This option is used only on pressure independent
models)
StFL: If this ramp is selected the Motor will be driven by the proportional
input coming from the StFL (This option is used only on pressure independent
models)
*CH1 (cool-heat without change over) will make the actuator follow the
demand in cooling & heating for ramp 1 (Cr1+Hr1).
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Set motor direction:
Display scrolls “SELECT MOTOR DIRECT REVERSE”.
Select the desired direction you want for the motor, either:
dir. “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv. “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
Default value: direct (dir)
Motor minimum position in cooling:
Display scrolls “MOTOR Min
cool icon is also displayed.
30*
pos cooling” and the selected minimum position. The
Note: This option is used only on pressure dependant models and if Cr1, Cr2 or
CO was selected at step #28.
Motor minimum position in heating:
Display scrolls between “MOTOR Min pos
position. The heat icon is also displayed.
31*
Range: 0 to 100%
Increment: 5 %
Default value: 10%
heating” and the selected minimum
Note: This option is used only on pressure dependant models and if Hr1, Hr2 or
CO was selected at step #28 and another output is using Hr1.
Range: 0 to 100%
Increment: 5 %
Default value: 10%
Set AO1 analog signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT AO1 ANALOG RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for analog signal on AO1 from the options
provided:
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Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
StFL: If this ramp is selected the output will be driven by the proportional
input coming from the StFL between min/max cooling (0-10Vdc) (This
option is used only on pressure independent models)
OFF.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
*Only on selected models
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Step
33
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set AO2 analog signal ramp:
Display scrolls “SELECT AO2 ANALOG RAMP”.
Select the desired ramp for analog signal on AO2 from the options
provided:
Values
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 Ramp,
StFL: If this ramp is selected the output will be driven by the proportional
input coming from the StFL between min/max cooling (0-10Vdc) (This
option is used only on pressure independent models)
OFF.
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If “OFF” was selected for AO1, go to step #36.
If “OFF” is selected for AO1 & AO2, go to step #38.
Minimum voltage of AO1 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #32)
Display scrolls “MIN VDC ANALOG AO1 OUTPUT” and the value of the
minimum voltage of the AO1 output.
Select the desired value for the minimum voltage of AO1 output. (This is
the “zero” value)
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 0 Volt
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step #35).
35
36
Maximum voltage of AO1output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #32)
Display scrolls “MAX VDC ANALOG AO1 OUTPUT” and the value of the
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
maximum voltage of the AO1 output.
Select the desired value for the maximum voltage of AO1 output. (This is Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 10.0 Volt
the “span” value).
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step #34).
Minimum voltage of AO2 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #33)
Display scrolls “MIN VDC ANALOG AO2 OUTPUT” and the value of the
minimum voltage for the AO2 output.
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Select the desired value for the minimum voltage of AO2 output. (This is Increment: 0.1 Volt
the “zero” value)
Default value: 0 Volt
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step #37).
37
38
Maximum voltage of AO2 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #33)
Display scrolls “MAX VDC ANALOG AO2 OUTPUT” and the value of the
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
maximum voltage for the AO2 output.
Select the desired value for the maximum voltage of AO2 output. (This is Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 10.0 Volt
the “span” value)
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step #36).
Set AI1 input signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT AI1 INPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal for AI1 input from the options provided:

OFF (input not used),
External temperature function:

EtS (external temperature sensor 10KΩ),
Changeover function:
 SENs (external change over sensor10KΩ),
 NoCl (change over contact normally cool),
 NoHt (change over contact normally heat),
CO2 function:

CO2 (Connect an external CO2 sensor input to enable the
control of the actuator for IAQ, 0-10 Vdc),
Air flow set point function: (This option is used only on pressure independent models)

StF (0-10 Vdc), flow Set Point is proportional to 0-10Vdc also
affected by cooling demand, 0Vdc=AirFlowCoolMin and 10Vdc
=AirFlowCoolMax
If changeover is selected:
When normally cool “NoCL” is selected, if contact is closed heating mode
will be activated, if contact is opened cooling mode will be activated.
When normally heat “NoHt” is selected, if contact is closed cooling mode
will be activated, if contact is opened heating mode will be activated.
Default value: OFF

When change over external sensor “SENs” is selected, heating
mode will be activated when temperature read by external
sensor is above the Change Over SetPoint temperature, and
cooling mode will be activated when temperature read by
external sensor is below, see step #41.
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Step
Specification & Installation Instructions
Display
Description
Set AI2 input signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT AI2 INPUT SIGNAL”.
Select the desired signal for AI2 input from the options provided
(Same as AI1 see step #38)
39
Values
Default value: OFF
Note: AI1 input signal has priority over AI2, if you selected the same
function, AI2 will not be functional.
External temperature sensor Calibration: (If ‘’EtS’’ was selected at step #38 or
39)
40
C
41
C
Display scrolls “EXTERN TEMPER SENSOR OFFSET” and the temperature read
by the external temperature sensor (if connected on the selected input). Range: -30 to 90ºC [-22 to 194.0ºF]
(max. offset ± 5ºC)
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
If the sensor is not connected or short circuited, the display shows
“Eror”. You can adjust the calibration of the external sensor by
comparing with a known thermometer.
Change over set point temperature: (If ‘’SENs’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls “CH OVER SETPNT TEMPER” and the change over setpoint
temperature.
Range: 10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Select the change over setpoint temperature.
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Note: heating mode will be activated when temperature read by external
Default value: 24ºC [75ºF]
sensor is above the change over setpoint temperature, and cooling mode
will be activated when temperature read by external sensor is below.
CO2 maximum range: (If ‘’CO2’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls “select co2 maximum” and the value of the maximum CO2
reading in ppm.
42
Range: 100 to 5000 ppm
Increment: 50 ppm
Default value: 2000 ppm
CO2 setpoint: (If ‘’CO2’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls “co2 setpnt” and the value of the setpoint of CO2 in ppm.
43
Range: 100 to 5000 ppm
This is the maximum tolerated CO2 value. Beyond this value an alarm will
Increment: 10 ppm
be activated. The motor will fully open and outputs assigned to CO2
Default value: 800 ppm
alarm will also be activated
The setpoint value is restricted by the CO2 maximum range (step # 42).
Set DI1 input signal:
Display scrolls “SELECT DI1 CONTACT”. Moon symbol is also displayed.
44
45
Select the desired setting from the options provided:

nSb.o (Night set back, normally open) contact,

nSb.c (Night set back, normally close) contact,

OCC.o (Occupancy, normally open) contact

OCC.c (Occupancy, normally close) contact.
If you selected Occupancy, go directly to step #47.
Night set back mode:
Select if you want to enable heating/cooling set point and override when
in night set back by choosing “StP” or “OFF” to have all outputs turned off
when in nigh set back.
Default value:
Night set back Normally open (nSb.o)
Default value: StP (Set
point/override enabled)
If you selected Off, go directly to step #50.
46
Night set back override time :
Display scrolls “NSB DELAY OVERIDE MINUTES” and the override time in
minute. NSB symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired override time, if none is desired select “0”.
Go to step #48.
Range: 0 to 180 min.
Increment: 15 min.
Default value: 120 min.
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Display
Description
No occupancy override time : (This option is only available if OCC.c or OCC.o was
Values
selected at step #44.)
Display scrolls “NO OCC DELAY OVERIDE MINUTES” and the override time in
minute. NSB symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired derogation time; if none is desired select “0”.
47
48
C
49
C
50
51
52
53
54
55
C
Heating setpoint during Night set back or No occupancy:
Display scrolls “NSB OR NO OCC HEATING SETPNT” and the value of the
heating setpoint temperature during night set back or no occupancy.
Moon and heating symbols are also displayed.
Please select the heating setpoint temperature during night set back or
no occupancy.
The maximum value is restricted by the night set back or no occupancy
cooling setpoint (step # 49).
Cooling setpoint during Night set back or No occupancy:
Display scrolls “NSB OR NO OCC COOLING SETPNT” and the value of the
cooling setpoint temperature during night set back or no occupancy.
Moon . Cooling symbols are also displayed.
Select the cooling setpoint temperature during night set back or no
occupancy.
The minimum value is restricted by the night set back or no occupancy
heating setpoint (step #48).
Proportional band of changeover ramp:
Display scrolls “CONTROL RAMP CH OVER” and the value of the changeover
ramp proportional band, cooling and heating symbols are also displayed.
Select the desired value for changeover ramp proportional band.
C
Proportional band of heating ramp1:
Display scrolls “CONTROL RAMP 1 HEATING” and the value of the heating
ramp1 proportional band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for heating ramp1 proportional band.
C
Proportional band of heating ramp2:
Display scrolls “CONTROL RAMP 2 HEATING” and the value of the heating
ramp2 proportional band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for heating ramp2 proportional band.
C
Proportional band of cooling ramp1:
Display scrolls “CONTROL RAMP 1 COOLING” and the value of the cooling
ramp1proportional band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for cooling ramp1proportional band.
C
Proportional band of cooling ramp2:
Display scrolls “CONTROL RAMP 2 COOLING” and the value of the cooling
ramp2 proportional band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for cooling ramp2 proportional band.
C
Dead band of changeover ramp:
Display scrolls “CONTROL DEAD BAND CH OVER” and the value of the
changeover ramp dead band, cooling and heating symbols are also
displayed.
Select the desired value for changeover ramp dead band.
Range: 0 to 180 min.
Increment: 15 min.
Default value: 120 min.
Range: 10.0 to 40.0ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 16.0ºC [61ºF]
Range: 10.0 to 40.0ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 28.0ºC [82ºF]
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Dead band range:
0 to 5.0ºC [0 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
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56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Specification & Installation Instructions
Display
C
Description
Dead band of heating ramp1:
Display scrolls “CONTROL DEAD BAND 1 HEATING” and the value of the
heating ramp1 dead band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for heating ramp1 dead band.
C
Dead band of heating ramp2:
Display scrolls “CONTROL DEAD BAND 2 HEATING” and the value of the
heating ramp2 dead band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for heating ramp2 dead band.
C
Dead band in cooling ramp1:
Display scrolls “CONTROL DEAD BAND 1 COOLING” and the value of the
cooling ramp1dead band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for cooling ramp1 dead band.
C
Dead band in cooling ramp2:
Display scrolls “CONTROL DEAD BAND 2 COOLING” and the value of the
cooling ramp2 dead band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for cooling ramp2 dead band.
Anti-cycling delay cooling contact (protection for compressor):
Display scrolls “COOLING ANTI CYCLE MINUTES” and the value (in minutes) of
the delay to activate / reactivate cooling contact.
Select the desired value for the delay cooling contact.
1
Dead band range:
0 to 5.0ºC [0 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range:
0 to 5.0ºC [0 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range:
0 to 5.0ºC [0 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range:
0 to 5.0ºC [0 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Range: 0 to 15 min.
Increment: 1 min.
Default value: 2 min.
Integration time factor setting for heating:
Display scrolls “Heating intgral time in seconds” and the time in seconds
for the integration factor compensation, heating symbol is also displayed. Range: 0 to 250 seconds
Select the desired value of the integration factor compensation.
Increment: 5 seconds
Default value: 0 seconds
Integration time factor setting for cooling:
Display scrolls “Cooling intgral time in seconds” and the time in seconds
for the integration factor compensation, cooling symbol is also displayed. Range: 0 to 250 seconds
Select the desired value of the integration factor compensation.
Increment: 5 seconds
Default value: 0 seconds
Enable or disable anti-freeze protection:
Display scrolls “ENABLE ANTI FREEZE PROTECT”.
You can enable or disable the Anti-freeze function.
When enabled, if temperature drops to 4ºC [39ºF], heat will start even if
thermostat is in OFF mode.
Heat will stop when temperature reaches 5ºC [41ºF].
Auto bauds rate:
Display scrolls “auto BAUDS RATE”.
You can enable or disable the Auto bauds rate function.
641
Values
Default value:
Disable (NO)
Default value:
Enable (YES)
When enabled, the controller automatically detects the baud rate of the
system and coordinates it and you cannot change the bauds rate value
yourself.
If disable, you must select yourself the right bauds rate at step #66.
Only on BACnet models
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Step
651
661
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Auto bauds, current baud:
Display scrolls “auto comport BAUDS RATE. and the detected baud rate.
Go to step #67.
Communication bauds rate:
Display scrolls “ADJUST COMPORT BAUDS RATE” and the value of the baud
rate in kbps.
Select the desired communication bauds from the options provided: 9.6.
19.2, 38.4, 76.8.
MAC address:
Display scrolls “ADJUST MSTP mac address” and the value of the MAC
address.
Values
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
Default value: 76.8 kbps
Range: 0 to 254
1
67
1
68
691
1
70
If dipswitches 0 to 7of DS1 on the EVC are all in the Off position, then
you can change the MAC address by pressing the up and down arrow.
Each device must have a unique MAC address on a network.
Copy config:
Display shows “copy config”.
Select “YES” if you want to copy the configuration you did to this device
to others on the network.
Select “start” address:
Display shows “Select begin address”.
Select the first address you want to copy to.
For example if you select MAC address 1 here and 54 in the next step,
all the devices from 1 to 54 will receive the configuration of the current
device.
Select “end” address:
Display shows “Select end address”.
Select the last address you want to copy to. You cannot copy on more
than 64 addresses at once.
Copy config result:
Display shows “Copy config succeed” if everything went ok.
711
Default value: 0
If not, you will be able to scroll the addresses and see the error message
associated with each address.
Range: 0-254
Default value: 0
Range: begin address + 63
Default value: begin address
Error message example:
Program Mode Error for
address 7
See the Annex section for the complete list of error messages.
1
72
Communication device instance:
Display scrolls “ADJUST DEVICE INSTANC 0153000”.
To change the device, select “YES” and go to next step. If the device
instance is not changed in programming mode (step #72 & 73), it will be
automatically modified according to the MAC address selected by the DIP
switch on the EVCB or in programming mode (step #67 or B4).
If you do not want to change the device, go directly to step #1.
Communication device instance (cont’d):
Display scrolls the device address value.
You can modify the device address by increasing or decreasing the
731
1
blinking digit with “” or “”buttons. To modify the next digit, on right,
press
, to return to the previous digit press
.
Default value: NO
Range: 0 to 4194302
Increment: 1 digit
Default value: 0153000
Only on BACnet models
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Air Flow & BACnet Program Mode (Available when in Operation Mode; JP1 set on RUN)
Push on both
Step
Display
F1
and
buttons for 5 seconds to access the user air flow program mode.
Description
Values
Password:
Display scrolls “ENTER PASSWRD” and 000.
You have 1 minute to enter the password using the arrow buttons
and
increase or decrease the value, one digit at a time. Press
to
Password: 637
to move one digit to the left.
move to the next digit and press
.
. If you make a mistake, the
When the password is correct press on
screen displays “Eror” and the thermostat returns to normal operation
mode. You will need to repeat this step.
Once the password is entered and you are in the balancing mode, this symbol
to the next program function, press on the
is displayed. Press on the
button to return to previous step and press on the
or
button to advance
button to change value.
The system will exit the menus and return to normal function if you navigate through the entire menu or if no button is pressed for 5
minutes, changed values will automatically be saved.
Step
Display
Description
Auto bauds rate:
Display scrolls “auto BAUDS RATE”.
You can enable or disable the Auto bauds rate function.
B11
Values
Default value:
Enable (YES)
When enabled, the EVC automatically detects the baud rate of the
system and coordinates it and you cannot change the bauds rate value
yourself.
If disable, you must select yourself the right bauds rate at step #B3.
Auto bauds, current baud:
Display scrolls “auto comport BAUDS RATE. and the detected baud rate.
B21
B31
Go to step #B4.
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
Communication bauds rate:
Display scrolls “ADJUST COMPORT BAUDS RATE” and the value of the baud
rate in kbps.
Select the desired communication bauds from the options provided: 9.6,
19.2, 38.4, 76.8.
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
Default value: 76.8 kbps
MAC address:
Display scrolls “ADJUST MSTP mac address” and the value of the MAC
address.
Range: 0 to 254
1
B4
B51
If dipswitches 0 to 7of DS1 on the EVC are all in the Off position, then
you can change the MAC address by pressing the up and down arrow.
Default value: 0
Each device must have a unique MAC address on a network.
Copy config:
Display shows “copy config”.
Select “YES” if you want to copy the configuration you did to this device
to others on the network.
Select “start” address:
Display shows “Select begin address”.
Select the first address you want to copy to.
B61
1
For example if you select MAC address 1 here and 54 in the next step,
all the devices from 1 to 54 will receive the configuration of the current
device.
Range: 0-254
Default value: 0
Only on BACnet models
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Display
Description
Select “end” address:
Display shows “Select end address”.
Select the last address you want to copy to. You cannot copy on more
than 64 addresses at once.
B71
Copy config result:
Display shows “Copy config succeed” if everything went ok.
If not, you will be able to scroll the addresses and see the error message
associated with each address.
B81
Values
Range: begin address + 63
Default value: begin address
Error message example:
Program Mode Error for
address 7
See the Annex section for the complete list of error messages.
Communication device instance:
Display scrolls “ADJUST DEVICE INSTANC 0153000”.
To change the device, select “YES” and go to next step. If the device
instance is not changed in programming mode (step #72 & 73 or B9 &
B10), it will be automatically modified according to the MAC address
selected by the DIP switch on the EVCB or in programming mode (step
#67 or B4).
B91
If you do not want to change the device, go directly to step #F2.
Communication device instance (cont’d):
Display scrolls the device address value.
You can modify the device address by increasing or decreasing the
blinking digit with “” or “”buttons. To modify the next digit, on right,
press
, to return to the previous digit press
.
B101
F2
C
Internal temperature sensor calibration:
Display scrolls “INSIDE TEMPER SENSOR OFFSET” and temperature read by
internal temperature sensor.
You can adjust the calibration of the sensor by comparison with a known
thermometer. For example if thermostat is installed in an area where
temperature is slightly different than the typical room temperature
(thermostat placed right under the air diffuser).
Default value: NO
Range: 0 to 4194302
Increment: 1 digit
Default value: 0153000
Range: 10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
(max. offset ± 5 ºC)
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
External temperature sensor calibration: (If ‘’EtS’’ was selected at step #38 or
39)
F3
C
Display scrolls “EXTERN TEMPER SENSOR OFFSET” and the temperature read
by the external temperature sensor (if connected on the selected input).
If the sensor is not connected or short circuited, the display shows
“Eror”. You can adjust the calibration of the external sensor by
comparison with a known thermometer.
Range: -30 to 90ºC [-22 to 194.0ºF]
(max. offset ± 5 ºC)
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Note: This is the last menu for pressure dependant EVC.
F42
Pressure filter setting:
Display scrolls “PRESSUR FILTER TIME IN SECONDS” and the time in seconds
for the numeric filter applied to the pressure analog input.
Select the desired value for the numeric filter.
This filter stabilizes the reading and slows the system’s response time
F52
1
2
Integration time factor setting:
Display scrolls “AIRFLOW INTGRAL TIME IN MINUTES” and the time in minutes
for the integration factor compensation.
Select the desired value for the integration factor compensation.
Range: 1 to 10 seconds
Increment: 1 seconds
Default value: 2 seconds
Range: 0 to 60 min.
Increment: 1 min.
Default value: 0 min.
Only on BACnet models
Only on pressure independent models
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F62
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Air flow K factor:
Display scrolls “ADJUST AIRFLOW KFACTOR” and the value of the k factor.
V = k√∆P when ∆P=1
2
Select the desired value for k factor.
This value can be affected by the maximum airflow calibration (step #
F13)
Minimum cooling airflow:
Display scrolls “MINIMUM COOLING AIRFLOW” and the value of the minimum
airflow in cooling.
Select the desired value for the minimum airflow in cooling.
2
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value. (step #F8)
NOTE: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to
either Cr1, Cr2, COr or CH1 (step #28 programming mode).
Maximum cooling airflow:
Display scrolls “MAXIMUM COOLING AIRFLOW” and the value of the maximum
airflow in cooling.
Select the desired value for the maximum airflow in cooling.
F7
F8
F92
2
F10
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value. (step #F7)
NOTE: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to
either Cr1, Cr2, COr or CH1 (step #28 programming mode).
Minimum heating airflow:
Display scrolls “MINIMUM HEATING AIRFLOW” and the value of the minimum
airflow in heating.
Select the desired value for the minimum airflow in heating.
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value. (step #F10)
NOTE: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to
either Hr1, Hr2, COr or CH1 (step #28 programming mode).
Maximum heating airflow:
Display scrolls “MAXIMUM HEATING AIRFLOW” and the value of the maximum
airflow in heating.
Select the desired value for the maximum airflow in heating.
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value. (step #F9)
NOTE: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to
either Hr1, Hr2, COr or CH1 (step #28 programming mode).
Enable or disable airflow balancing:
Display scrolls “ENABLE AIRFLOW BALANCE”.
You can enable or disable the balancing airflow function.
F112
F122
F132
2
If you do not need to balance system, select No. You will leave the
balancing menu and return to operation mode.
If you want to balance system, select YES. In this case, you will access
the min & max airflow calibration menus and will have 1 hour before
returning to operation mode if no buttons are pressed. Changed values
will automatically be saved.
Minimum airflow calibration:
Display scrolls “MINIMUM AIRFLOW” and the value of the minimum airflow
detected by the pressure sensor.
The thermostat will send a signal to the actuator close the VAV box at
minimum airflow. When the value on thermostat is stable, you can adjust
the calibration of the sensor by comparing with the reading on a
manometer or a balometer.
If you can’t stabilize the system, you will need to increase the filter value
(step #F4).
Maximum airflow calibration:
Display scrolls “maximum airflow” and the value of the maximum airflow
detected by the pressure sensor.
The thermostat will send a signal to the actuator open the VAV box at
maximum airflow. When the value on thermostat is stable, you can adjust
the calibration of the sensor by comparing with the reading on a
manometer or a balometer.
The KFactor (step #F6) will be affected by this adjustment
If you can’t stabilize the system, you will need to increase the filter value
(step #F4).
Go back to step #F11.
Values
Range: 100 to 9995
Increment: 5
Default value: 1200
Range: 0 to maximum cooling airflow
-5
Increment: 5
Default value: 100
Range: minimum cooling airflow + 5 to
k factor
Increment: 5
Default value: 1000
Range: 0 to maximum heating airflow
-5
Increment: 5
Default value: 100
Range: minimum heating airflow + 5 to
k factor
Increment: 5
Default value: 1000
Default value:
Disable (No)
Range: 0 to k factor
(max. offset ± ½ value)
Increment: 1
Range: 0 to 9999
(max. offset ± ½ value)
Increment: 1
Only on pressure independent models
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Annex – Error Codes for Copy Config
CC1
Succeed:
If there are problems with the copy, user will be able to scroll through the range of addresses to find out the
error codes for each address.
In the event that some worked, they will be labelled as “copy config succeed” with the address shown
underneath.
Program mode error:
Display shows “copy config progerr” with the address shown underneath.
CC2
The target device is in program mode, the copy is not possible.
Device type error:
Display shows “copy config typeerr” with the address shown underneath.
CC3
The target device is not the same type as the source, the copy is not possible.
For example trying to copy an EVC configuration to an EFC.
Model type error:
Display shows “copy config modlerr” with the address shown underneath.
CC4
The target device is not the same model as the source, the copy is not possible.
For example trying to copy an EVCB74WIT2S configuration to an EVCB74WIT4S.
Memory error:
Display shows “copy config mem err” with the address shown underneath.
CC5
The target device is not the same application version (eeprom) as the source, the copy is not possible.
Slave address:
Display shows “copy config Slave” with the address shown underneath.
CC6
The target device is at a slave address. It cannot respond to the master if the copy went ok or not.
User should manually check to make sure copy was done correctly or avoid using slave addresses (128254).
Communication error:
Display shows “copy config commerr” with the address shown underneath.
CC7
No responses were received from the target device (after 3 tries).
Either the address doesn’t exist (not used) or there is a problem with wiring/noise.
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Operation Mode
Step
A
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Display
At powering up, thermostat will light display and activate all LCD segments
for 2 seconds.
Illuminating the LCD.
To illuminate the LCD, simply press any of the 4 buttons: LCD will light for 4
seconds.
Temperature display
In operation mode, thermostat will automatically display temperature read.
If “OFF”, “- - -” and alarm symbol are displayed, the temperature sensor is
not connected or has short circuited.
button.
To change the scale between ºC and ºF, press on
Air flow display*
button for 5 seconds. The screen
To display the air flow, press on
displays “airflow” and the value for 5 seconds. (This option is used only on
C
pressure independent models)
Setpoint display and adjustment:
To display the setpoint, press twice on  or . Setpoint will be displayed for
3 seconds.
B
To adjust setpoint, press on  or  while the temperature setpoint is
displayed.
Note: If setpoint adjustment has been locked,
C
D
C
C
symbol will be displayed.
Night set back (NSB) or no occupancy:
When thermostat is in night set back or no occupancy mode, moon symbol
is displayed, so setpoint for cooling and/or heating are increased as per
the setting made in programming mode.
If not locked, night set back or no occupancy can be overridden for a
predetermined period by pressing any of the 4 buttons. During the override
period the symbol will flash. If does not flash, the override period is
finished or the night set back or no occupancy override has been locked in
programming mode.
Control mode selection:
button. Control mode will
To verify which control mode is set, press on
be displayed for 5 seconds.
C
To change control mode, press on  or while control mode is displayed.
Select one of the following:
 Automatic Cooling or Heating
 Cooling and Heating OFF
 Cooling only
 Heating only
Note: These selections can vary according to the choice made on steps #6
& #7.
*Only on selected models
Recycling at end of life
®
®
At end of life, please return the thermostat to your Neptronic local distributor for recycling. If you need to find the nearest Neptronic
authorized distributor, please consult www.neptronic.com.
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Notes:
19
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Electronic VAV Controller
Specification & Installation Instructions
Features:

LED indication of relay status

Quality “non strip” terminals
_: No communication
B: BACnet communication

24 Vac thermal fuse
1: Plastic housing

Selectable analog and digital output
4: 24 Vac

Precise temperature control with programmable PI
function
W: 3 wire connection
R: RJ45 connection

Selectable Fahrenheit or Celsius scale

Manual night set back or no occupancy override
I: Pressure Independent
D: Pressure Dependent

Multi level lockable access menu
T: Triacs

Lockable setpoint

Selectable internal or external temperature sensor
(10KΩ)
0: No triacs
2: 2 Triacs
3: 3 Triacs
4: 4 Triacs

Change over by contact or external temperature sensor S: 70 in. lb. actuator

On board differential pressure sensor (depending on
models)

Pressure sensor air flow program available

Selectable proportional control band and dead band

Anti-freeze protection

BACnet MS/TP @ 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800 bps
available

Selectable device instance via technician menu

Selectable MAC Address by dip switch on the EVCB
T: 180 in. lb. actuator
_: No feedback
F: Position feedback (BACnet models only)
®
Technical Data
Torque
Power consumption
Running time through 90º
Power supply
Inputs
Outputs
Communication
Communication connection
Electrical connection
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative Humidity
Weight
EVCTRL5-130226-ESA.doc
E V C B 1 4 W I T 4 S F
EVC
70 in.lb. [8 Nm] or 180 in.lb. [20 Nm] at rated voltage
10 VA max
95 seconds ±10%
22 to 26 Vac 50/60 Hz
2 thermistor inputs
2 digital inputs
Differential pressure sensor 0-1.0” WC (on pressure independent models)
2 analog outputs (0-10 Vdc)
Up to 4 TRIAC outputs 24 Vac, 500mA max fused / TRIAC
®
BACnet MS/TP @ 9600, 19200, 38400 or 76800 bps (on EVCB models)
24 AWG twisted-shield cable (Belden 9841 or equivalent)
2
0.8 mm [18 AWG] minimum
0ºC to 50ºC [32ºF to 122ºF]
-30ºC to 50ºC [-22ºF to 122ºF]
5 to 95% non condensing
1.8 kg. [4 lb]
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EVC
Specification & Installation Instructions
Dimensions
EVC with 70 in. lb. actuator
A
D
C
Dimension
Imperial (in)
A
1.50
B
7.2
C
3.2
D
5.1
Tubing ID*
1/8
*On pressure independent models
Metric (mm)
38
183
82
128
3.175
Dimension
Imperial (in)
A
7.20
B
1.22
C
2.93
D
3.74
E
3.45
Tubing ID*
1/8
*On pressure independent models
Metric (mm)
182.9
31.0
74.3
94.9
87.6
3.175
B
EVC for 180 in. lb. actuator
E
D
C
A
B
The actuator will do an auto-stroke on power up. When changing the actuator adjustment screws, make sure to cycle
power to initiate the auto-stroke. Auto-stroke is not available on EVC pressure independent without feedback (EVCx14xITxx).
Installation
1. Manually close the damper
LOW
STATIC
PRESSURE
HIGH
TOTAL
PRESSURE
2.
3.
4.
CLUTCH
MOUNTING
BRACKET
5.
blades and positioned the
actuator at 0º or 90º.
Slide the actuator onto the shaft.
Tighten the nuts on the “U” bolt
to the shaft with an 8mm wrench
to a torque of 60 in.lb. [6.7 Nm].
Slide the mounting bracket
under the actuator. Ensure free
movement of the slot at the base
of the actuator. The bracket pin
must be placed in the mid
distance of the slot.
Fix the bracket to the ductwork
with #8 self-tapping screws.
1. Manually close the damper
2.
3.
Terminal in the actuator
1
COMMON (-) (black)
SUPPLY (+) (red)
Green:
White:
Red:
Black:
2
3
4
5
4.
FEEDBACK (green)
CONTROL (white)
Feedback
Control
24Vac
Common
5.
6.
blades and positioned the
actuator at 0º or 90º.
Slide the actuator onto the shaft.
Tighten the nuts on the “U” bolt
to the shaft with an 8mm wrench
to a torque of 150 in.lb. [17 Nm].
Slide the mounting bracket
under the actuator. Ensure free
movement of the slot at the base
of the actuator. The bracket pin
must be placed in the mid
distance of the slot.
Fix the bracket to the ductwork
with #8 self-tapping screws.
Connect the cable from the EVC
to the terminal in the actuator as
shown here.
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EVC
Specification & Installation Instructions
Terminal Descriptions
EXT
INT
2
EXT
3 1
COM
3
AI2
INT
2
AO2
AI1
TB5
COM
TB4
DI2
AO1
LD1
Analog Input (TB5)
1- Analog Input 1 (AI1)
2- Common (AI1 & AI2)
3- Analog Input 2 (AI2)
LD2
Communication
with thermostat
indication
2
3
(1-7)
MAC Address
Selection
(8) 120
ohm
termination
(Last node)
TB6
1
PWR
DATA
4 5
RJ1*
TB7*
3 wire to TRL
ON
COM
RJ45 or
Thermostat Connection (TB7 or RJ1)*
1- Common
2- Power
3- Data
Note: If RJ45, simply connect Ethernet cable to RJ1
Power
indication
2 3
1
Network
IN A+
IN BCOM
OUT A+
OUT B-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DS1*
Network (TB6)
1- Input (IN A+)
2- Input (IN B+)
3- Common
4- Output (A+)
5- Output (B-)
Triac TO3/TO4 output
signal selector on 24V
TB3
COM
JP2
Digital Inputs
Analog Inputs
TB2
TO4*
DI1
3 1
6 7
COM*
2
TO3*
Triac Outputs
24 Vac
8 1
TO3/TO4 24 Vac*
Analog Outputs
Analog Output (TB4)
1- Analog Output 1 (AO1)
2- Common (AO1 & AO2)
3- Analog Output 2 (AO2)
JP1
TO2*
5
Digital Input (TB3)
1- Digital Input 1 (DI1)
2- Common (DI1 & DI2)
3- Digital Input 2 (DI2)
COM*
Triac TO1/TO2 output
signal selector on 24V
3 4
Triac Outputs
24 Vac
TB1
TO1*
2
Triac Output (TB2)*
1- Triac 24 Vac input for TO1/TO2
2- Triac Output 1 (TO1)
3- Common
4- Triac Output 2 (TO2)
5- Triac 24 Vac input for TO3/TO4
6- Triac Output 3 (TO3)
7- Common
8- Triac Output 4 (TO4)
24 Vac
24 Vac
TO1/TO2 24 Vac*
3 4 1
Low Voltage
Supply
2
COM
COM
1
Low Voltage Supply (TB1)
1- Common
2- Common
3- 24 Vac Input
4- 24 Vac Input
* Option
BACnet® MAC address dip switch
(8) 120 ohm
termination
(Last node)
MSTP/MAC address for communication, are selectable in binary logic by dip switch.
If you do not change device instance in programme mode, it will be automatically modified according to the MAC address.
B0
B1
MAC Address
DS.1
DS.2
ON
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153000
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153001
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153002
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
153003
153004
(1-7)
MAC Address
Selection
B2
B3
DS.3 DS.4
B4
DS.5
B5
DS.6 D
B6
S.7
Default Device
Instance
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
126
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
153126
127
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
153127
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EVC-TRL5x
Specification & Installation Instructions
Programming Mode
When in this mode the
symbol is displayed. Press on the
to the previous function and press on the arrow buttons
or
button to advance to the next program function. Press on the button
to return
to change values. You can exit the programming mode at any time. Changed values
will automatically be recorded.
Step
1
2
3
Display
Description
Internal temperature sensor Calibration:
Display scrolls between “tS1” and temperature read by internal temperature
sensor.
You can adjust the calibration of the sensor by comparison with a known
thermometer. For example if thermostat was installed in an area where
temperature is slightly different than the typical room temperature (thermostat
placed right under the air diffuser).
Minimum setpoint:
Display scrolls between “StP” and the minimum setpoint temperature.
MIN is also displayed.
Values
Range : 10 to 40ºC [50 to
104ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
(max. offset ± 5ºC)
(Factory calibrated)
Minimum range:
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Select the desired minimum setpoint temperature.
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step #3).
Maximum setpoint
Display scrolls between “StP” and the maximum setpoint temperature.
MAX is also displayed.
Default value: 15ºC [59ºF]
Select the desired maximum setpoint temperature.
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step #2).
Locking the setpoint :
Display scrolls between “LOC” and the selected value.
You can lock or unlock the setpoint adjustment by end user. If locked the lock
symbol will appear.
Default value: 30ºC [86ºF]
Maximum range
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
4
5
Adjust setpoint:
Display scrolls between “StP” and the temperature setpoint.
Select the desired setpoint. It should be within the temperature range.
Adjust the control mode:
Display scrolls between “CtL” and “Aut”.
6
Default value: Unlocked (no)
Setpoint range :
10 to 40ºC [50 to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 22ºC [72ºF]
Select which control mode to authorize: Automatic, cooling or heating, heating only
or cooling only (represented by “on” and the symbols in the lower portion of the
screen).
If you want to authorize all modes, choose Automatic mode.
ON mode will the user allow to switch between heat & cool mode.
If you want to authorize only Automatic mode, select CH mode.
Set On/Off function enable or disable:
Display scrolls between “OFF” and “EnA”.
7
8
You can enable or disable the Off mode adjustment by end user.
Set TO1 output signal:
Display scrolls between “to1” and “On”
Select the desired signal output for TO1 output, either On (On-Off), PuL (Pulse) or
FLt (Floating).
Set TO1 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “to1” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for TO1 from the options provided:
2
Hr1, Hr2, Cr1, Cr2, CO2 (CO alarm), OFF.
9
Default value: Aut (Automatic cooling and
heating)
Default value: Ena (Enable)
Default value: On (On-Off)
If “PUL” was selected at step #8, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected On at step #8, go directly to step #12.
If you selected PuL at step #8 or OFF here, go directly to step #14.
10
Set TO1 floating time: (If “FLt” was selected at step #8)
Display scroll “FLt” and the floating time value (in seconds).
Please select desired value of the floating time signal.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
Range: 15 to 250 sec.
Increment: 5 sec.
Default value: 100 sec.
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Step
11
12
13
14
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set TO1 direction: (If “FLt” was selected at step #8)
Display scrolls between “FLt” and the selected rotation direction.
Select the desired direction, either:
dIr: Direct “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv: Reverse “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Go directly to step #18.
Set TO1 on-off closing level: (If “On” was selected at step #8)
Display scrolls between “t1c” and the value of the close position of the TO1
output.
Please select at which percentage you want TO1 to close: x% of demand of the
ramp that you selected at step #9.
Values
Default value: dIr (direct)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the
demand)
Set TO1 on-off opening level: (If “On” has been selected at step #8)
Display scrolls between “t1o” and the value of the opening level of the TO1 output. Range: 0 to (T1c - 4%)
Select the percentage at which you want TO1 to open: at x% of the demand of the Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
ramp selected at step # 9.
Set TO2 output signal:
Display scrolls between “to2” and “On”
Select the desired signal output for TO2 output, either On or PuL.
Set TO2 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “to2” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for TO2 from the options provided:
Default value: On (On-Off)
2
Hr1, Hr2, Cr1, Cr2, CO2 (CO alarm), OFF
15
If “PUL” has been selected at step #14, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected pulse signal at step #14, go directly to step #18.
16
17
18*
If you selected “OFF”, go directly to step #18.
Set TO2 on-off closing level: (If “On” was selected at step #14)
Display scrolls between “t2c” and the value of the close position of the TO2
output.
Please select at which percentage you want TO2 to close: x% of demand of the
ramp selected at step #15.
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1 %
Default value: 40 (40% of the
demand)
Set TO2 on-off opening level: (If “On” has been selected at step #14)
Display scrolls between “t2o” and the value of the opening level of the TO2 output. Range: 0 to (T2c - 4%)
Select the percentage at which you want TO2 to open: at x% of the demand of the Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
ramp that you selected at step #15.
Set TO3 output signal:
Display scrolls between “to3” and “On”
Select the desired signal output for TO1 output, either On (On-Off), PuL (Pulse) or
FLt (Floating).
Set TO3 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “to3” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for TO3 from the options provided:
2
Hr1, Hr2, Cr1, Cr2, CO2 (CO alarm), OFF.
19*
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Default value: On (On-Off)
If “PUL” was selected at step #18, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected On at step #18, go directly to step #22.
If you selected PuL at step #18 or OFF here, go directly to step #24.
20*
21*
22*
Set TO3 floating: (If “FLt” was selected at step #18)
Display scroll “FLt” and the floating time value (in seconds).
Please select desired value of the floating time signal.
Set TO3 direction: (If “FLt” was selected at step #18)
Display scrolls between “FLt” and the selected rotation direction.
Select the desired direction, either:
dIr: Direct “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv: Reverse “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Go directly to step #28.
Set TO3 on-off closing level: (If “On” was selected at step #18)
Display scrolls between “t3c” and the value of the close position of the TO3
output.
Please select at which percentage you want TO3 to close: x% of demand of the
ramp that you selected at step #19.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
Range: 15 to 250 sec.
Increment: 5 sec.
Default value: 100 sec.
Default value: dIr (direct)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1%
Default value: 40 (40% of the
demand)
*Only on selected models
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Step
23*
24*
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Values
Set TO3 on-off opening level: (If “On” has been selected at step #18)
Display scrolls between “t3o” and the value of the opening level of the TO3 output. Range: 0 to (T3c - 4%)
Select the percentage at which you want TO3 to open: at x% of the demand of the Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
ramp selected at step #19.
Set TO4 output signal:
Display scrolls between “to4” and “On”
Select the desired signal output for TO4 output, either On or PuL.
Set TO4 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “to4” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for TO4 from the options provided:
Default value: On (On-Off)
2
Hr1, Hr2, Cr1, Cr2, CO2 (CO alarm), OFF
25*
If “PUL” has been selected at step #24, you can only choose Hr1 or Hr2.
If you selected pulse signal at step #24, go directly to step #28.
26*
27*
If you selected “OFF”, go directly to step #28.
Set TO4 on-off closing level: (If “On” was selected at step #24)
Display scrolls between “t4c” and the value of the close position of the TO4
output.
Please select at which percentage you want TO4 to close: x% of demand of the
ramp selected at step #25.
Set TO4 on-off opening level: (If “On” has been selected at step #24)
Display scrolls between “t4o” and the value of the opening level of the TO4 output.
Select the percentage at which you want TO4 to open: at x% of the demand of the
ramp that you selected at step #25.
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Range: 15 to 80
Increment: 1 %
Default value: 40 (40% of the
demand)
Range: 0 to (T4c - 4%)
Increment: 1%
Default value: 0 (0% of the demand)
Set motor signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “Mr” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for the motor from the options provided:
28
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
CO: Change over ramp,
CH1: Cool-Heat ramp 1 without change over will make the actuator follow the
demand in cooling & heating for ramp 1 (Cr1+Hr1).
Stf: If this ramp is selected the Motor will be driven by the proportional input
coming from the Stf
CH1 and Stf options are used only on pressure independent models
29
30*
31*
32
Set motor direction:
Display scrolls between “Mr” and the selected rotation direction.
Select the desired direction for the motor, either:
dIr: Direct “clockwise” (0 to 90º) or
rEv: Reverse “counter clockwise” (90 to 0º)
Motor minimum position in cooling:
Display scrolls between “Pos” and the selected minimum position. The cool icon is
also displayed.
Note: This option is used only on pressure dependant models and if Cr1, Cr2 or
CO was selected at step #28.
Motor minimum position in heating:
Display scrolls between “Pos” and the selected minimum position. The heat icon is
also displayed.
Note: This option is used only on pressure dependant models and if Hr1, Hr2 or
CO was selected at step #28 and another output is using Hr1.
Set AO1 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “Ao1” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for AO1 from the options provided:
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
Default value: dir (Direct)
Range: 0 to 100%
Increment: 5 %
Default value: 10%
Range: 0 to 100%
Increment: 5 %
Default value: 10%
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
Stf: If this ramp is selected the output will be driven by the proportional input
coming from the Stf between min/max cooling (0-10Vdc). (This option is used only
on pressure independent models)
OFF.
Default value: Cr1 (Cooling ramp 1)
*Only on selected models
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Step
33
34
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Set AO2 signal ramp:
Display scrolls between “Ao2” and the selected ramp.
Select the desired ramp for AO2 from the options provided:
Values
Cr1: Cooling ramp 1,
Cr2: Cooling ramp 2,
Hr1: Heating ramp 1,
Hr2: Heating ramp 2,
CO2: CO2 alarm,
Stf: If this ramp is selected the output will be driven by the proportional input
coming from the Stf between min/max cooling (0-10Vdc). (This option is used only
on pressure independent models)
OFF.
If “OFF” was selected for Ao1, go to step #36.
If “OFF” is selected for Ao1 & Ao2, go to step #38.
Minimum voltage of AO1 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #32)
Display scrolls between “Ao1” and the value of the minimum voltage of the AO1
ramp. MIN symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for the minimum voltage of the AO1 output.
(This is the “zero” value)
Default value: Hr1 (Heating ramp 1)
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 0.0 Volt
35
36
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value. (step #35)
Maximum voltage of AO1 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #32)
Display scrolls between “Ao1” and the value of the maximum voltage of the AO1
ramp. MAX symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for the maximum voltage of the AO1 output.
(This is the “span” value)
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value. (step #34)
Minimum voltage of AO2 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #33)
Display scrolls between “Ao2” and the value of the minimum voltage of the AO2
ramp. MIN symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of the minimum voltage for the AO2 output.
(This is the “zero” value)
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 10.0 Volt
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 0.0 Volt
37
38
39
40
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value. (step #37)
Maximum voltage of AO2 output: (Only if “OFF” hasn’t been selected at step #33)
Display scrolls between “Ao2” and the value of the maximum voltage of the AO2
ramp. MAX symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value for the maximum voltage of the AO2 output.
(This is the “span” value)
Range: 0.0 to 10.0 Volt
Increment: 0.1 Volt
Default value: 10.0 Volt
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value. (step #36)
Set AI1 input signal:
Display scrolls between “AI1” and the selected input.
Select the desired signal for AI1 input from the options provided:

OFF (input not used),

Ets (external temperature sensor 10KΩ),
Changeover function:
 COs (external change over sensor 10KΩ),
Heating mode activated when temperature read by external sensor is
above the change over setpoint temperature, and cooling mode activated
when temperature read by external sensor is lower, see step #41.
 nC (change over contact normally cool),
Heating mode activated when contact is closed. Cooling mode activated
when contact is opened.
 nH (change over contact normally heat),
Cooling mode activated when contact is closed. Heating mode activated
when contact is opened.
2
CO function:
 CO2 (Connect an external CO2 sensor input to enable the control of
the actuator for IAQ, 0-10 Vdc)
Air flow set point function:
Default value: OFF
 StF (0-10 Vdc)
Flow Set Point is proportional to 0-10Vdc also affected by cooling
demand, 0Vdc=AirFlowCoolMin and 10Vdc =AirFlowCoolMax. (This
option is used only on pressure independent models)
Set AI2 input signal:
Display scrolls between “AI2” and the selected input.
Select the desired signal for AI2 input from the options provided:
Default value: OFF
(Same as AI1 see step #38)
Note: AI1 input signal has priority to AI2, if you have selected the same function
AI2 will not be functional.
External temperature sensor Calibration: (If ‘’EtS’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls between “EtS” and the temperature read by the external
temperature sensor (if connected on the selected input).
If the sensor is not connected or short circuited, the display shows “Err”. You can
adjust the calibration of the external sensor by comparison with a known
thermometer.
Range: -30 to 90ºC [-22 to
194.0ºF]
(max. offset ± 5ºC)
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
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Step
41
42
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Change over setpoint temperature: (If ‘’COs’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls between “tCo” and the change over setpoint temperature.
Select the change over setpoint temperature.
Note: heating mode will be activated when temperature read by external sensor is
above the change over setpoint temperature, and cooling mode will be activated
when temperature read by external sensor is under.
CO2 maximum range: (If ‘’CO2’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls between “C02” and the value of the maximum CO2 reading in ppm.
CO2 setpoint: (If ‘’CO2’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls between “C02” and the value of the setpoint of CO2 in ppm.
43
44
This is the maximum tolerated CO2 value. Beyond this value an alarm will be
activated. The motor will fully open and outputs assigned to CO2 alarm will also be
activated. The setpoint value is restricted by the CO2 maximum range (step # 42).
Set DI1 input signal:
Display scrolls between “dI1” and the selected value. Moon symbol is also
displayed.
Night set back mode:
Select if you want to enable heating/cooling set point and override when in night
set back by choosing “StP” or “OFF” to have all outputs turned off when in nigh set
back.
If you selected Off, go directly to step #50.
46
47
Range: 10 to 40ºC [50 to
104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 24ºC [75ºF]
Range: 100 to 5000 ppm
Increment: 50 ppm (0-1000)
or 100ppm (1000-5000)
Default value: 2000 ppm
Range: 100 to 5000 ppm
Increment: 10 ppm (0-1000)
or 100 ppm (1000-5000)
Default value: 800 ppm
You can choose:

nb.o (Night set back, normally open) contact,

nb.c (Night set back, normally close) contact,

oC.o (Occupancy, normally open) contact or

oC.c (Occupancy, normally close) contact.
If you selected Occupancy, go directly to step #47.
45
Values
Night set back override time :
Display scrolls between “nbt” and the override time in minute. NSB symbol is
also displayed.
Select the desired override time, if no override time is desired select “0”.
Go to step #48.
No occupancy override time : (Only available if oC.o or oC.c was selected at step 44.)
Display scrolls between “oCt” and the override time in minute. NSB symbol is
also displayed.
Select the desired override time. If no override time is desired select “0”.
Default value:
Night set back normally open (nb.o)
Default value: StP (Set point/override
enabled)
Range: 0 to 180 min.
Increment: 15 min.
Default value: 120 min.
Range: 0 to 180 min.
Increment: 15 min.
Default value: 120 min.
48
49
50
51
52
53
Heating setpoint during Night set back or No occupancy:
Display scrolls between “StP” and the value of the heating setpoint temperature
during night set back or no occupancy. Moon and heating symbols are also
displayed.
Select the heating setpoint temperature during night set back or no occupancy.
The maximum value is restricted by the night set back or no occupancy cooling
setpoint (step #49).
Cooling setpoint during Night set back or No occupancy:
Display scrolls between “StP” and the value of the cooling setpoint temperature
during night set back or no occupancy. Moon and cooling symbols are also
displayed.
Select the cooling setpoint temperature during night set back or no occupancy.
The minimum value is restricted by the night set back or no occupancy heating
setpoint (step # 48).
Proportional band of changeover ramp:
Display scrolls between “PbO” and the value of the changeover ramp proportional
band, cooling and heating symbols are also displayed.
Select the desired value of changeover ramp proportional band.
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band of heating ramp1:
Display scrolls between “Pb1” and the value of the heating ramp1 proportional
band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of heating ramp1 proportional band.
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band of heating ramp2:
Display scrolls between “Pb2” and the value of the heating ramp2 proportional
band, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of heating ramp2 proportional band.
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Proportional band of cooling ramp1:
Display scrolls between “Pb1” and the value of the cooling ramp1 proportional
band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of cooling ramp1proportional band.
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Range: 10.0 to 40.0ºC [50
to 104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 16.0ºC [61ºF]
Range: 10.0 to 40.0ºC [50 to
104ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 28.0ºC [82ºF]
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58
59
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63
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Description
Proportional band of cooling ramp2:
Display scrolls between “Pb2” and the value of the cooling ramp2 proportional
band, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of cooling ramp2 proportional band.
Values
Proportional band range:
0.5 to 5.0ºC [1 to 10ºF]
Increment: 0.5ºC [1ºF]
Default value: 2.0ºC [4ºF]
Dead band of changeover ramp:
Display scrolls between “db.O” and the value of the changeover ramp dead band,
cooling and heating symbols are also displayed.
Select the desired value of changeover ramp dead band.
Dead band range :
0 to 5.0ºC [0.6 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Dead band of heating ramp1:
Display scrolls between “db1” and the value of the heating ramp1 dead band,
heating symbol is also displayed.
Please select the desired value of heating ramp1 dead band.
Dead band of heating ramp2:
Display scrolls between “db2” and the value of the heating ramp2 dead band,
heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of heating ramp2 dead band.
Dead band in cooling ramp1:
Display scrolls between “db1” and the value of the cooling ramp1dead band,
cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of cooling ramp1 dead band.
Dead band in cooling ramp2:
Display scrolls between “db2” and the value of the cooling ramp2 dead band,
cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of cooling ramp2 dead band.
Anti-cycling delay cooling contact (protection for compressor):
Display scrolls between “CYC” and the value (in minutes) of the delay to activate /
reactivate cooling contact.
Select the desired value of the delay cooling contact.
1
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range :
0 to 5.0ºC [0.6 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range :
0 to 5.0ºC [0.6 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range :
0 to 5.0ºC [0.6 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Range: 0 to 15 min.
Increment: 1 min.
Default value: 2 min.
Integration time factor setting for heating:
Display scrolls between “Int” and the time in seconds for the integration factor
compensation, heating symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of the integration factor compensation.
Range: 0 to 250 seconds
Increment: 5 seconds
Integration time factor setting for cooling:
Display scrolls between “Int” and the time in seconds for the integration factor
compensation, cooling symbol is also displayed.
Select the desired value of the integration factor compensation.
Range: 0 to 250 seconds
Increment: 5 seconds
Enable or disable anti-freeze protection:
Display scrolls between “FrE” and the selected setting.
You can enable or disable the Anti-freeze function.
When enabled, if temperature drops to 4ºC [39ºF], heat will start even if
thermostat is in OFF mode.
Heat will stop when temperature reaches 5ºC [41ºF].
Auto bauds rate:
Display shows “Abr”.
You can enable or disable the Auto bauds rate function.
Default value: 0 seconds
Default value: 0 seconds
Default value: no (Disable)
When enabled, the EVC automatically detects the baud rate of the system and
coordinates it and you cannot change the bauds rate value yourself.
If disable, you must select yourself the right bauds rate at step #66.
Auto bauds, current baud:
Display shows “Abr” and the detected baud rate.
Go to step #67.
Communication bauds rate:
Display scrolls between “bAU” and the value of the baud rate in kBds.
Select the desired bauds for communication: 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 76.8.
BACnet MAC address:
Display scrolls between “Add” and the value of the MAC address.
67
Default value: 0.3ºC [0.6ºF]
Dead band range :
0 to 5.0ºC [0.6 to 10.0ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
If dip switches 0 to 7 of DS1 on the EVC are all in the Off position, then you can
change the MAC address by using the “” or “” buttons.
Default value: Yes
Range: 9600, 19200,
38400, 76800
Range: 9600, 19200,
38400, 76800
Default value: 76.8 kBds
Range: 0 to 127
Default value: 0
Each device must have a unique MAC address on a network.
1
Only on BACnet models
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Description
Copy config:
Display scrolls between “CPy” and “NO”
Select “YES” if you want to copy the configuration you did to this device to others
on the network.
If you selected “NO”, go back to step #1.
Select “start” address:
Display scrolls between “Add” and “0”. The “MIN” icon is also displayed.
1
69
1
70
1
71
1
72
1
Select the first address you want to copy to.
For example if you select MAC address 1 here and 54 in the next step, all the
devices from 1 to 54 will receive the configuration of the current device.
Select “end” address:
Display scrolls between “Add”. The “MAX” icon is also displayed.
Select the last address you want to copy to. You cannot copy on more than 64
addresses at once.
Copy config result:
Display shows “SCd” if everything went ok.
Values
Default value: No
Range: 0 to 254
Default Value: 0
Range: begin address + 63
Default Value: begin address
If not, the display will show “Err” you will be able to scroll the addresses and see
the error message associated with each address.
See the Annex section for the complete list of error messages.
Communication device Instance:
You cannot modify the device instance address through the TRL5x menus.
The device instance will automatically be modified according to the MAC address
selected by DIP switch on the EVCB or in programming mode (step #67 or B4).
Only on BACnet models
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Air Flow & BACnet Program Mode (Available when in Operation Mode; JP1 set on RUN)
Push on both
and
Step
Display
F1
buttons for 5 seconds to access the user air flow program mode.
Description
Password:
Display shows “PAS” and “000”.
You have 1 minute to enter the password by incrementing or decrementing the
blinking digit with
and
buttons.To modify following digit on right press
, Password: 637
to return to digit on the left press
.
When the password is entered press on
. If you do a mistake, you will see
“Err” and the thermostat will return in operation mode. You need to redo this step.
When the password is entered and you are in the balancing mode, this symbol
program function, press on the
is displayed. Press on the
button to return to previous step and press on the
or
Values
button to advance to the next
button to change value. The system will exit the
menus and return to normal function if you navigate through the entire menu or if no button is pressed for 5 minutes, changed values will be saved.
Step
Display
Description
Values
Auto bauds rate:
Display shows “Abr”.
You can enable or disable the Auto bauds rate function.
1
B1
1
B2
1
B3
When enabled, the EVC automatically detects the baud rate of the system and
coordinates it and you cannot change the bauds rate value yourself.
If disable, you must select yourself the right bauds rate at step #B3.
Auto bauds, current baud:
Display shows “Abr” and the detected baud rate.
Go to step #B4.
Communication bauds rate:
Display scrolls between “bAU” and the value of the baud rate in kBds.
Select the desired bauds for communication: 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 76.8.
BACnet MAC address:
Display scrolls between “Add” and the value of the MAC address.
1
B4
1
B5
If dip switches 0 to 7 of DS2 on the RFC are all in the Off position, then you can
change the MAC address by using the “” or “” buttons.
1
1
B7
1
B8
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400,
76800
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400,
76800
Default value: 76.8 kBds
Range: 0 to 127
Default value: 0
Each device must have a unique MAC address on a network.
Copy config:
Display scrolls between “CPy” and “NO”
Select “YES” if you want to copy the configuration you did to this device to others
on the network.
If you selected “NO”, go to step #F2.
Select “start” address:
Display scrolls between “Add” and “0”. The “MIN” icon is also displayed.
B6
Default value: Yes
Select the first address you want to copy to.
For example if you select MAC address 1 here and 54 in the next step, all the
devices from 1 to 54 will receive the configuration of the current device.
Select “end” address:
Display scrolls between “Add”. The “MAX” icon is also displayed.
Select the last address you want to copy to. You cannot copy on more than 64
addresses at once.
Copy config result:
Display shows “SCd” if everything went ok.
Default value: No
Range: 0 to 254
Default Value: 0
Range: begin address + 63
Default Value: begin address
If not, the display will show “Err” you will be able to scroll the addresses and see
the error message associated with each address.
See the Annex section for the complete list of error messages.
Communication device instance:
1
B9
F2
1
You cannot modify the device instance address through the TRL5x menus.
The device instance will automatically be modified according to the MAC address
selected by DIP switch on the EVCB or in programming mode (step #67 or B4).
Internal temperature sensor calibration:
Display scrolls between “tS1” and temperature read by internal temperature
sensor.
You can adjust the calibration of the sensor by comparison with a known
thermometer. For example if thermostat has been installed in an area where
temperature is slightly different than the room typical temperature (thermostat
place right under the air diffuser).
Range : 10 to 40ºC [50 to
104ºF]
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
(Factory calibrated)
Only on BACnet models
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F4
F5
F6
Display
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
External temperature sensor calibration: (If ‘’EtS’’ was selected at step #38 or 39)
Display scrolls between “EtS” and the temperature read by the external
temperature sensor (if connected on the selected input).
If the sensor is not connected or short circuited, the display shows “Err”. You can
adjust the calibration of the external sensor by comparison with a known
thermometer.
Note: This is the last menu for pressure dependant EVC.
Pressure filter setting:
Display shows “FLt” and the time in seconds for the numeric filter applied to the
pressure analog input.
Please select the desired value of the numeric filter.
This filter stabilize the reading and slowed down the answer of the system
Integration air time factor setting:
Display shows “AIr” and the time in minutes for the integration factor
compensation.
Please select the desired value of the integration factor compensation.
Air flow K factor:
Display shows “FAC” and the value of the k factor.
V = k√∆P when ∆P=1
Please select the desired value of k factor.
Values
Range: -30 to 90ºC [-22 to
194.0ºF]
(max. offset ± 5ºC)
Increment: 0.1ºC [0.2ºF]
Range: 1 to 10 seconds
Increment: 1 seconds
Default value: 2 seconds
Range: 0 to 60 min.
Increment: 1 min.
Default value: 0 min.
Range: 100 to 9900
Increment: 5 (or 100 for
value over 1000)
Default value: 1.2 (1200)
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
Note: From 100 to 995 full digits are displayed. From 1000 to 9900 only the
thousands and hundreds digits are displayed like in the example to the right.
Minimum cooling airflow:
Display shows “CL” and the value of the minimum airflow in cooling. The MIN and
cooling symbol are also displayed.
Please select the desired value of the minimum airflow in cooling.
Range: 0 to maximum cooling airflow + 5
Increment: 5
Default value: 100
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step F8).
Note: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to either Cr1,
Cr2, CO or CH1 (step 28 in programming mode).
Maximum cooling airflow:
Display shows “CL” and the value of the maximum airflow in cooling. The MAX and
cooling symbol are also displayed.
Range: minimum cooling airflow + 5 to
Please select the desired value of the maximum airflow in cooling.
k factor
Increment: 5
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step F7).
Default value: 1000
Note: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to either Cr1,
Cr2, CO or CH1 (step 28 in programming mode).
Minimum heating airflow:
Display shows “Ht” and the value of the minimum airflow in heating. The MIN and
heating symbol are also displayed.
Range: 0 to maximum heating airflow + 5
Please select the desired value of the minimum airflow in heating.
Increment: 5
Default value: 100
The minimum value is restricted by the maximum value (step F10).
Note: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to either Hr1,
Hr2, CO or CH1 (step 28 in programming mode).
Maximum heating airflow:
Display shows “Ht” and the value of the maximum airflow in heating. The MAX and
heating symbol are also displayed.
Range: minimum heating airflow + 5 to
Please select the desired value of the maximum airflow in heating.
k factor
Increment: 5
The maximum value is restricted by the minimum value (step F9).
Default value: 1000
Note: This option is only available if the Motor Signal Ramp is set to Hr1, Hr2, CO
or CH1 (step 28 in programming mode).
Enable or disable airflow balancing:
Display shows “FLo” and the selected setting.
You can enable or disable the balancing airflow function.
If you do not need to balance system, select no. You will leave the balancing
menu and return to operation mode.
If you want to balance system, select YES. In this case, you will access the min &
max airflow calibration menus (Steps F12 and F13) and will have 1 hour before
returning to operation mode if no buttons are pressed. Changed values will be
saved.
Minimum airflow calibration:
Display shows “FLo” and the value of the minimum airflow detected by the
pressure sensor. The MIN icon is also shown.
The thermostat will send a signal to the actuator close the VAV box at minimum
airflow. When the value on thermostat is stable, you can adjust the calibration of
the sensor by comparison with the reading on a manometer or a balometer.
If you can’t stabilize the system, you will need to increase the filter value (step F4).
Maximum airflow calibration:
Display shows “FLo” and the value of the maximum airflow detected by the
pressure sensor. The MAX icon is also shown.
The thermostat will send a signal to the actuator open the VAV box at maximum
airflow. When the value on thermostat is stable, you can adjust the calibration of
the sensor by comparison with the reading on a manometer or a balometer.
If you can’t stabilize the system, you will need to increase the filter value (step F4).
Go back to step F11.
Default value:
Disable (No)
Range: 0 to k factor
(max. offset ± ½ value)
Increment: 1
Range: 0 to k factor
(max. offset ± ½ value)
Increment: 1
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Annex – Error Codes for Copy Config
CC1
CC2
Succeed:
If there are problems with the copy, user will be able to scroll through the range of addresses to find out the
error codes for each address.
In the event that some worked, the address will scroll with “SCd”.
Program mode error:
Display scroll “Prg” with the address.
The target device is in program mode, the copy is not possible.
Device type error:
Display scroll “tYP” with the address.
CC3
The target device is not the same type as the source, the copy is not possible.
For example trying to copy an EVC configuration to an EFC.
Model type error:
Display scroll “MO” with the address.
CC4
CC5
The target device is not the same model as the source, the copy is not possible.
For example trying to copy an EVCB74WIT2S configuration to an EVCB74WIT4S.
Memory error:
Display scroll “ME” with the address.
The target device is not the same application version (eeprom) as the source, the copy is not possible.
Slave address:
Display scroll “SLA” with the address.
CC6
The target device is at a slave address. It cannot respond to the master if the copy went ok or not.
User should manually check to make sure copy was done correctly or avoid using slave addresses (128-254).
Communication error:
Display scroll “Err” with the address.
CC7
No responses were received from the target device (after 3 tries).
Either the address doesn’t exist (not used) or there is a problem with wiring/noise.
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Step
A
B
C
D
Specification & Installation Instructions
Description
Display
At powering up, thermostat will light display and activate all LCD segments for 2 seconds.
Illuminating the LCD
To illuminate the LCD, simply push any of the 4 buttons. LCD will light for 4 seconds.
Temperature display
In operation mode, thermostat will automatically display temperature read.
If “- - ” and alarm symbol are displayed, the temperature sensor is not connected or short
circuited.
button.
To change the scale between ºC and ºF, press on
Air flow display*
button for 5 seconds. When in this mode, “FLo” and its value
To display the air flow, press on
alternate. Air flow value will be displayed for 5 seconds.
Setpoint display and adjustment
To display the setpoint, press twice on  or . Setpoint will be displayed for 3 seconds.
To adjust setpoint, press on  or  while the temperature setpoint is displayed.
symbol will be displayed.
Note: If setpoint adjustment has been locked,
Night set back (NSB) or no occupancy:
When thermostat is in night set back or no occupancy mode, moon symbol is displayed, so
setpoint for cooling and/or heating are increased as per the setting made in programming mode.
If not locked, night set back or no occupancy can be overridden for a predetermined period by
pressing any of the 4 buttons. During the override period the symbol will flash. If does not
flash, the override period is finished or the night set back or no occupancy override has been
locked in programming mode.
Control mode selection :
button. Control mode will be displayed during 5
To verify which control mode is set, press on
seconds.
To change of control mode, press on  or while control mode is displayed. You can choose one
of the following:
 Automatic Cooling & Heating
 Cooling and Heating OFF
 Cooling only
 Heating only
Note: These selections can vary according to the choice made on steps #6 & #7.
*Only on selected models
Recycling at end of life
®
At end of life, please return the thermostat to your Neptronic local distributor for recycling. If you need to find the nearest Neptronic
authorized distributor, please consult www.neptronic.com.
®
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Notes:
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