SwingControl monitoring unit

SwingControl monitoring unit
Product description
2
Parts
3
Dimensions,
Delivery
4
Installation, JevenFlow
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Design guidelines
Automation connection relay
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Automation connection Modbus
7
Configuring
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Local area network and
Modbus interface
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SwingControl monitoring unit
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
SwingControl monitoring unit has been developed to
indicate potential problems in the operation of the
TurboSwing equipment. SwingControl produces an
immediate alert upon failure. TurboSwing equipment
failures can be identified locally or the building automation
system may be notified.
SwingControl units are made for 1-10 or 1-20 TurboSwings.
JEVEN FLOW APPLICATION
Jeven Flow application can be connected with your
SwingControl monitoring unit to see the status information
of TurboSwing units.
FUNCTION
SwingControl monitors TurboSwing motors rotation speed.
Rotation speed can be selected from 750 or 1100 rpm.
The unit gives an alarm if TurboSwing’s motor rotation
speed falls below 200 rpm.
The status information of the TurboSwing equipment is
always displayed also on the LED screen of SwingControl
monitoring unit.
SwingControl supports the standard Modbus TCP/IP
interface with which the monitoring unit can be attached
to the building's automation system over the local area
network.
SwingControl for 10 TurboSwings
SwingControl also includes potential free NO relay.
PRODUCT CODE
JSI - R- Turbo - 3000 x 2600 x 540 - 6 x 250 - 5 x 315 + 750 l/s - 850 l/s - SC
SC=SwingControl
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PARTS
Three TurboSwings connected to
SwingControl unit.
c
b
TurboSwing
1
a
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
a.
Power switch: on/off
b.
Led light on - normal function
c.
Led light off - error in function
d.
Alarm. Potential free NO relay
230V/15A
-for external connections
e.
Building automation interface
RJ 45 Modbus TCP/IP
-for external connections
f.
PIN-socket, 4-wire
+ control current cable (0-10V)
g.
Power connector (230V, 10A)
Cable length 2 meter
h.
Female plug connector
for relay alarm.
4-pin, Binder series 713,
type 99 0430 14 04
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
d
f
g
e
h
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DIMENSIONS
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Fastening brackets.
Can also be bent to the side.
The box is made of polycarbonate
Standard EU 62208,GOST. Impact resistance IK 08.
Check the delivery receipt for the consignee’s name and address.
Also inspect that the package is not damaged. When opening the
package check the accuracy of the delivery.
All defects must be immediately report to Jeven.
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DELIVERY
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SwingControl delivery includes:
monitoring unit, power cable (2 m), fastening brackets (4 pcs),
relay alarms male plug connector and installation guide.
CHANGING THE ROTATION SPEED OF TURBOSWING MOTOR
Open the cover of the monitoring
unit and change the position of the
dip switches.
ON position:
rotation speed is 1100 rpm.
OFF position:
rotation speed is 750 rpm.
Rotation speed is chosen
separately for each TurboSwing
motor unit.
The factory setting is the rotation
speed according to plans.
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INSTALLATION
SwingControl monitoring unit can be mounted on a wall or pilar,
horizontal or vertical direction.
The unit must not be installed in a place where it is exposed to water.
The ambient temperature should be below +30° C.
Cables that are on top of the hood, should be untied from cable ties and connected to SwingControl
monitoring unit numbered locations.
Connect monitoring unit for building’s automation system with Modbus TCP/IP interface,
or use the Relay connection. Finally, connect the power.
JEVEN FLOW APPLICATION
Jeven Flow can be connected with your SwingControl monitoring unit
to see the status information of TurboSwing units.
Connect your phone or tablet using Jeven Flow application to
SwingControl monitoring unit.
More information: http://www.jeven.fi/en/downloads Jeven Flow manual
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DESIGN GUIDELINES
HVAC designer
The HVAC designer defines the location of SwingControl
monitoring unit.
The connection cables, included, will be connected from
TurboSwing to SwingControl unit. One unit can monitor
up to 20 TurboSwing motor.
Electrical designer
Electrical designer defines place of safety switch and the
necessary socket / outlet box. The alarm information will
be obtained by relay or Modbus RJ 45 to the building
automation.
The monitoring unit is connected as a separate input to a
continuous AC power. The necessary wiring diagrams
from the safety switch to the socket / outlet box are also
shown in the plans.
The safety switch is mandatory and it must be installed in
a visible place, close to TurboSwing.
The safety switch, socket/outlet box and the cables
marked with a dashed line are not included.
AUTOMATION CONNECTION RELAY
In SwingControl monitoring unit there is a potential free relay,
which provides alarm information to building automation system.
Connection of relay:
At least 2-conductor wiring cord from building automation
is connected by the Binder (part h) to SwingControl
monitoring units relay interface (part d).
Relay alarm is so called general alarm. The LED screen of the
SwingControl monitoring unit displayes the fault condition unit.
Alarms:
Wires 1-2
error in motors
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AUTOMATION CONNECTION MODBUS TCP/IP
SwingControl monitoring unit can be connected to the building automation system using the Modbus TCP/IP interface
(TCP/IP port 4433). The Modbus interface is available via the Ethernet interface.
The SwingControl monitoring unit uses in the first instance static IP address. If the connected Ethernet network allows
automatic IP allocation, DHCP protocol will be used through web -interface.
SwingControl uses the following settings:
IP:
192.168.0.123
Gateway:
192.168.0.1
Netmask:
255.255.255.0
SwingControl operates as a so-called Modbus slave device. The current status of each TurboSwing device connected to
SwingControl monitoring unit, can be read via the Modbus interface.
The registers used by the Modbus interface are listed in the table below.
Register
0
Data type
-
Meaning
Not used.
1-20
bool
Real-time connected TurboSwing on/off status information.
Also other devices connected to the digital passive inputs of SwingControl
are visible in these registers.
Controlling device alarms and building automation interfaces alarm registers are:
bool
The alarm information of the connected TurboSwing device.
Determining an alarm SwingControl monitoring unit takes into
account the so-called normal operational conditions and seeks to
minimize false alarms.
FALSE means that the TurboSwing device is functioning normally.
TRUE means that the TurboSwing device has an error in function.
Motor has stopped or rotation speed is less than 200 rpm.
The register number is calculated by adding 24 to the order number of
the connected TurboSwing device.
Example, the TurboSwing is connected to interface 4, possible alarm
information is found from the register number 28.
Example of reading Modbus register by CAS program:
Use ”Read holding registers” commands.
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CONFIGURING
SwingControl contains inbuilt tool for configuring device's LAN settings and Modbus TCP/IP port. Configuration tool
can be used via standard web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome. Configuration tool is accessible in
standard http port of SwingControl device. In order to open configuration tool configurators computer must be
configured to the same network as SwingControl. Computer must be connected to SwingControl via crossover
network cable or hub/router.
SwingControl default settings
Default factory settings for SwingControl network are:
IP:192.168.0.123
Gateway: 192.168.0.1
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
Network settings for Windows 7
Windows 7 local are settings must be set so, that it is possible to access SwingControl configuration tool. To set up
network for this purpose, the following steps need to be taken:
1. Open ”Network and Sharing Center”
2. Choose ”Local area connection”, which will open a dialog named ”Local area connection status”
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3. Choose ”Properties”
4. In ”Local area connection properties” choose
”Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4)”
from the list and then choose ”Properties”.
NOTE!
If you are connecting to SwingControl device that has
default factory settings, you can use the values shown
in screenshots.
After saving the settings in your computer, provided
that network cabling is done correctly, you should be
able to open SwingControl configuration panel by
pointing you web browser to address
”http://192.168.0.123”
5. Select ”Use the following IP address” and input IP
address, subnet mask and default gateway to match the
settings of SwingControl.
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CHANGING NETWORK SETTINGS AND MODBUS PORT
From SwingControl configuration tool it is possible to
change the device to either use DHCP addressing or static
IP address.
1. Point your web browser to SwingControl's current IP
address, by deafult: http://192.168.0.123
2. Using configuration tool requires you to input the
following user name and password: ”admin”, ”J3V3NSC”
3. Provided the user name and password are correct,
configuration panel should open in your browser.
4. You can choose either DHCP or static IP address.
If you choose static IP address, you must also provide
valid IP address, gateway and netmask that match
your network.
5. In modbus settings it is possible to configure
SwingControl to use another port than the default 4433.
6. Finally changes are applied by selecting
”SAVE/REBOOT”. This saves your changes to
SwingControl persisten memory and causes a reboot to
the device. After reboot, new settings are applied.
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