SM-ACN-KNX-4-8-16-64 - English - User Manual

SM-ACN-KNX-4-8-16-64 - English - User Manual
IntesisBox KNX
®
Samsung Air Conditioning
User's Manual
Issue Date: 11/2015
r1.2 eng
User’s Manual r1.2 eng
IntesisBox KNX – SAMSUNG NASA AC
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IntesisBox KNX – SAMSUNG NASA AC
Gateway for integration of Samsung air conditioning
systems into KNX TP-1 (EIB) control systems.
Different models available for this gateway, with the following Order Codes:
SM-ACN-KNX-4
Model supporting integration of up to 4 indoor units.
SM-ACN-KNX-8
Model supporting integration of up to 8 indoor units.
SM-ACN-KNX-16
Model supporting integration of up to 16 indoor units.
SM-ACN-KNX-64
Model supporting integration of up to 64 indoor units.
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INDEX
1.
Description ...................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 5
1.2
Integration signals ........................................................................................ 5
1.3
Functionality ................................................................................................. 6
1.4
Capacity of IntesisBox ................................................................................... 7
2.
KNX interface of IntesisBox ............................................................................... 8
2.1
Description ................................................................................................... 8
2.2
Communication objects available................................................................... 10
2.2.1
Communication objects per each outdoor unit: ......................................... 10
2.2.2
Communication objects per each indoor unit: ........................................... 10
3.
IntesisBox KNX Device Connections .................................................................. 12
3.1
Connect to Samsung adaptor ........................................................................ 12
3.2
Connect to KNX Interface ............................................................................. 13
3.3
Connect to PC (LinkBoxEIB) .......................................................................... 13
3.4
Power Device .............................................................................................. 13
4.
LinkBoxEIB. Configuration & monitoring tool for IntesisBox KNX series. ................ 14
4.1
Introduction ............................................................................................... 14
4.2
Connections configuration ............................................................................ 14
4.2.1
Configuration tab .................................................................................. 14
4.2.2
Signals configuration ............................................................................. 17
4.3
Saving the configuration and sending it to the gateway .................................... 18
4.4
Signals viewer ............................................................................................ 19
4.5
Files .......................................................................................................... 20
5.
IntesisBox and ETS ......................................................................................... 20
5.1
Integration of IntesisBox in ETS .................................................................... 20
6.
Setup process and troubleshooting ................................................................... 21
6.1
Pre-requisites ............................................................................................. 21
6.2
Setup procedure ......................................................................................... 21
7.
Electrical and Mechanical characteristics ............................................................ 22
8.
Dimensions.................................................................................................... 23
9.
AC Unit Types compatibility ............................................................................. 24
10.
Error codes for Indoor Units ............................................................................. 25
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1. Description
1.1
Introduction
IntesisBox KNX – Samsung NASA AC is a communication gateway for the integration of
Samsung air conditioning systems into KNX TP-1 (EIB).
A complete Samsung’s AC system supports up to 16 outdoor units – all of them (and their
respective indoor units) can be integrated with IntesisBox, allowing a maximum of 4 indoor
units (SM-ACN-KNX-4), 8 indoor units (SM-ACN-KNX-8), 16 indoor units (SM-ACN-KNX-16)
or 64 indoor units (SM-ACN-KNX-64).
This integration requires the Samsung AC system being equipped with a Samsung MIM-N10
only for ERV systems. Otherwise, direct connection to the R1/R2 connector of the outdoor
unit will be enough.
MIM-N10 is supplied by Samsung. Contact your nearest Samsung AC Systems distributor for
details.
1.2
Integration signals
The following list shows the available signals* to integrate for each Samsung AC indoor unit,
and the type of KNX object on which their information is available.
Signal
EIS type
Signal type
CommError
1 – Switching (1bit)
CommStatus
14 – Counter (8bit)
Unit Type
14 – Counter (8bit)
On / Off
1 – Switching (1bit)
OpMode
14 – Counter (8bit)
Mode::Cool
1 – Switching (1bit)
Mode::Heat
1 – Switching (1bit)
Mode::Dry
1 – Switching (1bit)
Mode::Fan
1 – Switching (1bit)
Mode::Auto
FanSpeed
1 – Switching (1bit)
FanSpeed ::Auto
1 – Switching (1bit)
FanSpeed ::Low
1 – Switching (1bit)
FanSpeed ::Mid
1 – Switching (1bit)
FanSpeed ::High
1 – Switching (1bit)
UpDownSwing
1 – Switching (1bit)
FilterAlarm
1 – Switching (1bit)
FilterReset
1 – Switching (1bit)
SetpointTemp
5 – Float (16bit)
14 - Counter (8 bit)
Signal
EIS type
R
R
AmbientTemp
5 – Float (16bit)
ErrorCode
10-Counter (16bit sig.)
R
R/W
RC Restriction
1 – Switching (1bit)
BuzzerSound
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
WaterInTemp
5 – Float (16bits)
WaterOutTemp
5 – Float (16bits)
WaterOutSetpoint
5 – Float (16bits)
R/W
R/W
R/W
VentOnOff
1 – Switching (1bit)
VentOpMode
14 – Counter (8bit)
VentOpMode::Bypass
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
VentOpMode::HeatEx
1 – Switching (1bit)
VentOpMode::Sleep
1 – Switching (1bit)
VentOpMode::Auto
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
VentFanSpeed
14 – Counter (8bit)
VentFanSpeed::Low
1 – Switching (1bit)
VentFanSpeed::High
1 – Switching (1bit)
VentFanSpeed::Turbo
1 – Switching (1bit)
DischTempCool
5 – Float (16bit)
R/W
R/W
DischTempHeat
5 – Float (16bit)
R/W
R
W
R/W
Signal type
R
R
R, R/W
W
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
* Note: Depending on the indoor unit type, some signals may not be present. Check section 2.2.2 for more
information.
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1.3
Functionality
Every one of the mentioned signals have to be associated to an KNX group address, with this,
all the system is seen as a one more KNX device, with the same configuration and functioning
characteristics.
KNX/EIB bus
R1/R2
EIA485
SM-ACN-KNX-4-8-16-64
Up to 16
Outdoor units
or
MIM-N10 interface
LinkBoxEIB
Configuration
Software
EIA232
or
Ethernet
MIM-N10
Up to 30
Outdoor units
Only needed for configuration
(configuration can also be done using Ethernet)
IntesisBox KNX continuously polls (reads) the Samsung system for all configured signals and
maintains the updated status of all of them in its memory ready to be served when requested
from KNX.
When a change of status is detected in a Samsung’s AC signal, a write telegram is sent to the
KNX bus, of the associated KNX Group.
When it is received a telegram from the KNX bus, and if its KNX Group address is associated
to a Samsung’s AC signal, a message is sent immediately to the corresponding MIM or
Outdoor Unit to perform the corresponding action in the Samsung’s AC system.
In the continuous polling of each Outdoor Unit, if no response of a certain Outdoor Unit is
detected, the corresponding virtual signal inside the gateway will be activated indicating
communication error with the Outdoor Unit. Likewise, there is also a virtual signal per every
AC indoor unit indicating communication error with the indoor unit – this signal will be
normally activated if the indoor unit is not properly setup.
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1.4
Capacity of IntesisBox
Element
Number of Samsung Outdoor
Units
Number of indoor units
Capacity
16
64 *
Notes
Maximum number of Samsung Outdoor Units that the
AC system supports.
Maximum number AC indoor units that can be
controlled.
* There are four different models of IntesisBox KNX – SAMSUNG NASA AC with different capacities. The
table above shows the capacity for the top model (with maximum capacity).
Their order codes are:




Model supporting up to 4 indoor units. Ref.: SM-ACN-KNX-4
Model supporting up to 8 indoor units. Ref.: SM-ACN-KNX-8
Model supporting up to 16 indoor units. Ref.: SM-ACN-KNX-16
Model supporting up to 64 indoor units. Ref.: SM-ACN-KNX-64
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2. KNX interface of IntesisBox
2.1
Description
IntesisBox KNX- SAMSUNG supports the KNX TP-1 (EIB) physical layer, as defined in the KNX
standard. It behaves as another device of the KNX system, with the same configuration and
functional characteristics as other KNX devices.
KNX TP-1 (EIB) bus provides a 30V DC current, which can even directly power certain lowconsumption KNX devices. IntesisBox does not drain any significant current from the KNX bus
- it has a separate own power supply. Another important electrical aspect is that the KNX TP1 (EIB) port of IntesisBox is optically isolated (~2500Vrms AC) from all its other ports
(EIA232, EIA485, Ethernet) and power supply.
At a logical level, all KNX devices feature an interface of communication objects, by which
their functionality is abstracted. As a basic example, a KNX interface of an AC indoor unit
would typically consist of an interface of datapoints such as “On/Off”, “Setpoint temperature”,
“Operating mode”, etc.
Associations between communication objects from different KNX devices are actually done by
means of so-called group addresses.
KNX telegrams within a working KNX installation are always addressed to a certain KNX group
address. Typically, whenever a communication object on a KNX device changes its value, the
new value is updated to the bus, by sending a “write” telegram addressed to its associated
group address. The rest of KNX devices in the installation that have a communication object
associated to this group address will act accordingly on reception of the new value.
Other operations are possible. KNX devices can also decide to read the current value of the
communication objects, by sending a “read” telegram to a certain group address (previously
known to be associated to the targeted comm. object). This operation is performed by many
devices on bus start-up or recovery – in this way, the device gets the latest value of the group
addresses it has associated right from its start-up.
Each datapoint defined in IntesisBox KNX configuration needs at least a single KNX group
address associated with it. This group address will be used either for sending updates to KNX
of the datapoint value (that have been generated on the other SAMSUNG interface of the
IntesisBox), or receiving updates from KNX of the datapoint value (that will be propagated to
the SAMSUNG side in this case)
From the point of view of KNX functionality, each datapoint of IntesisBox can hold following
group address associations:

A single KNX group address with which update/write telegrams will be sent, whenever
the datapoint changes (as a result of a change coming from the other interface of
IntesisBox, Samsung in this case).

One or more KNX group addresses from which this datapoint of IntesisBox will be
updated/written from the KNX installation (resulting in a change to the other side of
IntesisBox, SAMSUNG in this case).

A single KNX group address from which IntesisBox will read the object value on KNX
bus recovery / IntesisBox start-up
Behavior of IntesisBox datapoints with regard to their associated group addresses is defined
by means of flags (R, W, T, U and U2), explained in section 2.2.2.
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Additional to the binding aspect commented above, it is also important to notice that each
KNX communication object has a defined EIS type. The EIS type of a communication object
defines the bit length and coding of the data it represents. Communication objects associated
by means of a group address need to match the same EIS type, in order to communicate
consistently.
So, at configuration time it is required that for each datapoint configured on IntesisBox an
EIS type is defined. Datapoints on IntesisBox KNX support the following EIS-types:
•
•
•
•
EIS1 - Switching (1bit raw)
EIS5 – Value (16bit – floating type)
EIS10 – 16bit Counter (16bit raw)
EIS14 – 8bit Counter (8bit raw)
ETS3 or ETS4 software tools are not used to configure IntesisBox. Though, it’s typical that
the choice of which KNX group addresses to use is restricted or defined by an ETS-based
project. If that’s the case, the KNX installer/integrator needs to provide the set of group
addresses prior to doing the configuration of datapoints in LinkBoxEIB.
Also, a dummy ETS application is provided by Intesis Software (section 5), which can be
imported into ETS. This application is nor downloadable into IntesisBox KNX neither usable
for IntesisBox configuration. Rather, it poses as a means of having a device in the ETS project
representing the IntesisBox KNX and its own datapoints/communication objects, and to which
group addresses are associated.
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2.2
Communication objects available
Address map is configurable for each indoor unit and can be modified through the supplied
software LinkBoxEIB. Next, there are two tables showing different datapoints/communication
objects available either for each indoor unit control and status and Outdoor Unit status.
Please, remember that in the tables R/W stands for Read and Write, R stands for Read Only
and W stands for Write Only.
2.2.1 Communication objects per each outdoor unit:
Property
EIS type
OU_CommError
1 – Switching
(1bit)
Signal type (R/W)
IU
HE/
HT
AHU
ERV
ERV+
R
R
R
R
R
Description / Status
Communication Status
 0 – Communication OK
 1 – Communication ERROR
2.2.2 Communication objects per each indoor unit:
Property
EIS type
Signal type (R/W)
IU
HE/
HT
AHU
ERV
ERV+
R
R
R
R
R
Description / Status
Communication Status1
CommError
1 – Switching (1bit)
 0 – Communication OK
 1 – Communication ERROR
Communication status
CommStatus
14 – Counter (8bit)
R
R
R
R
R




b0: Exist
b1: Ready
b2: Data Updated
b3: Type OK
Unit type:
Unit Type
14 – Counter (8bit)
R
R
R
R
R
On / Off
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W







0: Not defined
1: IU
2: HE
3: HT
4: AHU
5: ERV
6: ERV+
Indoor Unit On/Off


0: Off
1: On
Operation Mode
14 – Counter (8bit)
OpMode
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W





0: Cool
1: Heat
2: Dry
3: Fan
4: Auto
Operation Mode
DPT 20.105 (8bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
DPT 1.100 (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
Mode::Cool
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
Mode::Heat
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
Mode::Dry
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
Mode::Fan
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W
Mode::Auto
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R/W
R/W
-
R/W





0: Auto
1: Heat
3: Cool
9: Fan
14: Dry
Operation Mode
 0: Cool
 1: Heat
Mode Cool
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Mode Heat
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Mode Dry
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Mode Fan
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Only one of
these objects will
be set / read to
“1” at the same
time (all objects
will be updated
on bus upon a
Mode change)
Mode Auto
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Fan Speed
FanSpeed
14 - Counter (8 bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
FanSpeed ::Auto
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
 0: Auto
 1: Low
 2: Middle
3: High
FanSpeed Auto
 0: Inactive
Only one of
these objects will
1
CommErr will be “0-Ok” when all ComStatus flags stay at ‘1’. On startup, CommErr will be “1-Error” until all indoor units are
checked (Data updated).
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 1:Active
FanSpeed ::Low
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
FanSpeed ::Mid
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
FanSpeed ::High
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
UpDownSwing
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
-
-
-
-
FilterAlarm
1 – Switching (1bit)
R
-
R
R
R
FilterReset
1 – Switching (1bit)
W
-
-
W
W
-
R/W
-
-
-
R
-
-
be set / read to
“1” at the same
time (all objects
will be updated
on bus upon a
Mode change)
FanSpeed Low
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
FanSpeed Mid
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
FanSpeed High
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Vanes Up/Down Swing
 0: Swing Off
 1: Swing On
Filter Alarm
 0: Filter Alarm Not Present
 1: Filter Alarm Present
Filter Reset
 0: No Clear Filter Alarm
 1: Clear Filter Alarm
Setpoint temperature
SetpointTemp
5 – Float (16bit)
R/W
AmbientTemp
5 – Float (16bit)
R
(Celsius value x10)
 In Heat Mode: 18ºC to 30ºC
 Other Modes: 16ºC to 30ºC
Ambient temperature
 Celsius value x10 (-41ºC to 100ºC)
Indoor Unit Error Code
ErrorCode
10-Counter (16bit sig)
R
R
R
R
R
RC Restriction
1 – Switching (1bit)
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
BuzzerSound
1 – Switching (1bit)
W
-
-
-
-
WaterInTemp
5 – Float (16bits)
-
R
-
-
-
Water Inlet Temperature
WaterOutTemp
5 – Float (16bits)
-
R
-
-
-
Water Outlet Temperature
 0: No Error
 100-999: Error Code1
Remote Controller Restriction
 0: Remote Controller Enabled
 1: Remote Controller Disabled
Buzzer Off
 0: Turns the buzzer on
 1: Turns the buzzer off
 Celsius value x 10
 Celsius value x 10
Water Outlet
Setpoint
Temp
(Celsius value x 10)
 HE Cool: 5ºC to 25ºC
 HE Heat: 15ºC to 50ºC
 HT: 25ºC to 80ºC
WaterOutSetpoint
5 – Float (16bits)
-
R/W
-
-
-
VentOnOff
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
VentOpMode
14 – Counter (8bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
VentOpMode::Bypass
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
Ventilation Op.
Mode Bypass
VentOpMode::HeatEx
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
Ventilation Op.
Mode Heat Ex.
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
Ventilation Op.
Mode Sleep
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
Ventilation
Mode Auto
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
Ventilation On/Off
 0: Off
 1: On
Ventilation Operation Mode
VentOpMode::Sleep
VentOpMode::Auto
VentFanSpeed
1
14 – Counter (8bit)
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
VentFanSpeed::High
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
VentFanSpeed::
Turbo
1 – Switching (1bit)
-
-
-
R/W
R/W
-
-
R/W
-
-
-
-
R/W
-
-
5 – Float (16bit)
DischTempHeat
5 – Float (16bit)
0: Bypass
1: HeatEx
2: Sleep
3: Auto
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Only one of
these objects will
be set / read to
“1” at the same
time (all objects
will be updated
on bus upon a
Mode change)
Op.
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Ventilation Fan Speed
VentFanSpeed::Low
DischTempCool




 0: Low
 1: High
 2: Turbo
Ventilation FanSpeed Low
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Ventilation FanSpeed High
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Ventilation FanSpeed Turbo
 0: Inactive
 1:Active
Discharge Temp on Cool
(Celsius value x 10)
 8ºC to 25ºC
Discharge Temp on Heat
(Celsius
value x 10)
 18ºC to 43ºC
See list of indoor unit error codes and their meaning in section 10.
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3. IntesisBox KNX Device Connections
Ethernet RJ45
Configuration and monitoring
Power
KNX TP-1
(EIB)
-
+
ETH
CMN 24Vac
KNX TP-1 (EIB)
9 - 30Vdc
Max.125 mA
24Vac
Max.127mA
50-60Hz
IntesisBox®
www.intesis.com
R1/R2
- +
PC Console
Console wire 1.8 m long.
DB9 Female - DB9 Male
standard.
Samsung
EIA485
LinkBoxEIB
Only needed for
configuration
Figure 3.1 Integration of Samsung AC into KNX TP-1 (EIB) system
3.1
Connect to Samsung adaptor
Use the EIA485 connector in the left bottom corner of the IntesisBox device in order to connect
the Samsung R1/R2 connector to the IntesisBox. Remember to follow all safety precautions
indicated by Samsung.
IntesisBox
(Terminal
block 2C)
Cable
+
-
C2
EIA485 bus to 1 .. 16 Outdoor Units
R1/R2 (screw
terminal)
Cable RS-485 (twisted pair + shield)
Cable
R1 (+)
R2 (-)
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3.2
Connect to KNX Interface
Connect + and – terminals of the KNX bus to the IntesisBox KNX connector (C1). The polarity
is important.
How to check if there is communication with the KNX bus is explained in the LinkBoxEIB
Manual (section 0).
To check connectivity and correct functioning, use LinkBoxEIB software (see LinkBoxEIB User
Manual).
IntesisBox
(Terminal
block 2C)
Cable
C1
KNX TP-1 (EIB) Connection
KNX TP-1 bus
+
-
3.3
+
-
Connect to PC (LinkBoxEIB)
This action allows the user to have access to configuration and monitoring of the device (more
information can be found in the LinkBoxEIB User Manual).Two methods to connect to the PC
can be used:

Ethernet: Using the ETH port (Figure 3.1) of IntesisBox.

Serial cable: Connect the IntesisBox device to the PC serial port using the serial cable
provided. One end should be connected to the Console EIA232 port of the IntesisBox
device (Figure 3.1) and the other end to the PC serial port.
IntesisBox
(DB9 F)
Cable
(DB9 M)
TX
RX
GND
EIA232
Serial
Console
PC Connection (LinkBoxEIB)
PC
(DB9 M)
EIA232
(Straight)
Cable
(DB9 F)
RX
TX
GND
2
3
5
2
3
5
Table 3.1 EIA232 serial connection pin assign
3.4
Power Device
To power up the device, what you need is to plug properly the Power Supply connector to the
IntesisBox device using a proper cable and connecting one end to the power supply connector
(see Figure 3.1) and the other end to the power line.
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4. LinkBoxEIB. Configuration & monitoring tool for IntesisBox KNX
series.
4.1
Introduction
LinkBoxEIB is a Windows® compatible software developed specifically to monitor and
configure IntesisBox KNX series.
The installation procedure and main functions are explained in the LinkBoxEIB User Manual.
This document can be found in the Doc folder, or can be downloaded from the link indicated
in the installation sheet supplied with the IntesisBox device.
In this section, only the specific case of Samsung indoor unit’s integration to KNX networks
will be covered.
4.2
Connections configuration
To configure the IntesisBox connection parameters and to see the points list, press on the
Config button in the menu bar (see Figure 4.1). The Samsung Configuration window will open
(see Figure 4.2). For integrations with large number of points, there is available an alternative
CSV installation procedure explained in the LinkBoxEIB User Manual.
Figure 4.1 LinkBoxEIB menu bar
4.2.1 Configuration tab
Select the Connection tab to configure the connection parameters. Three subsets of
information are shown in this window: EIB (KNX interface), IntesisBoxIP (IP interface for
configuration) and Samsung interface parameters (see Figure 4.2).
KNX
interface
configuration
IntesisBoxIP
interface
configuration
Samsung
interface
configuration
Figure 4.2 LinkBoxEIB configuration tab
Next, there is an explanation for each of the configuration parameters in each mode.
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
KNX interface configuration parameters:
1
2
3
Figure 4.3 KNX interface configuration
1. Physical Address: Enter the KNX physical address for the gateway.
2. Force update after a KNX bus reset: Affects to the KNX groups with the Update
feature activated (U).
3. Delay for update after bus reset: Enter the desired delay after a bus reset. It is
expressed in seconds.

IntesisBoxIP interface configuration parameters and version selection:
1
2
3
4
Figure 4.4 IntesisBoxIP interface configuration
1. IP: Enter the IP address for the gateway.
2. NetMask: Enter the IntesisBox net mask address.
3. Gateway: Enter the router or default gateway address if needed. In case you don’t
want to use it, left blank.
4. Gateway version: Selection of the IntesisBox KNX – Samsung NASA gateway you
are setting up.
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
Samsung interface configuration parameters:
2 3 4
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
Figure 4.5 Samsung interface configuration
1. Indoor Units list. In this list, you can individually enable each of the 64 indoor
units available on the system. The index in the column “Indoor unit” (i.e. the
number x in “IU-xxx”) is the reference that will be used later on (in tab “Signals”)
to refer to this AC indoor unit. Values for columns “OU”, “IU”, “Type” and “Name”
in each indoor unit (IU) can be changed by selecting the IU in the list, by means of
textboxes 2, 3, 4 and 9.
2. Outdoor Unit address. Address of the Outdoor Unit to which the selected IU is
connected to. Its value range is 0 to 15.
3. Indoor Unit Type. You need to select the type of indoor unit so the right signals
can be applied. By default is IU type.
4. Indoor Unit address. Main Address of the selected IU in the Samsung system. Its
value range is 0 to 63.
5. Periodic cycle of installation. This parameter indicates the cadence for the
periodic tracking of the system looking for outdoor units. This is how often the
tracking cycle is executed. If there is no outdoor unit connected, a communication
error is shown.
Value ranges vary from 60 to 3000 seconds. Default and recommended value is
300s. If you want to disable this function, set the value to 0 seconds
6. Polling cycle when tracking. This parameter indicates the minimum time
between two consecutive TX frames sent by the IntesisBox for the periodic scan of
the system when tracking. Default and recommended value is 1s.
7. Polling cycle when monitoring. This parameter indicates the minimum time
between two consecutive TX frames sent by the IntesisBox for the periodic scan of
the system when monitoring. Default and recommended value is 1s.
8. KNX Datapoint type for HVAC Mode communication object: Select the desired
codification so the Mode object matches your integration needs.
9. Name: Enter here the desired descriptive Indoor Unit name (optional).
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10. + / - : Select or unselect all units in the Indoor Units list.
Additional configuration parameters should generally be left to their default value. They only
might need to be tuned in some very specific cases (installations with large number of units,
scenarios with large bursts of commands sent at once …)
4.2.2 Signals configuration
Select the Signals tab to configure the signals list (the IntesisBox's internal points).
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
8 9 10 11
12
13
Signals list
1. Indoor Unit index (IU). This number is associated in the table “Indoor Units” of
tab connections, with a certain OU address (0..15) and Main Address (0..63). Not
editable.
2. Signal Code. Identifies available signals in each Samsung Indoor Unit. An
identification code is given to every different signal with an individual code. In
section 2.2, an explanation of each signal is given. Not editable.
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3. Signal availability. Depending on the Indoor unit type, different signals will be
available. The ones present are shown with an ‘x’. The ones not available with an ‘‘ and with a gray cell background.
4. Signal. Signal's descriptive name. Useful to identify the signal. Not editable.
5. EIS. KNX data type (Data point) to encode the signal’s value. Not editable.
6. Group. Main KNX group address for the signal. Format: P/I/S or P/S. Features
W,R,T,U explained below will only apply for this main KNX group address, not for
listening addresses (if defined).
7. Listening addresses. Additional KNX addresses from which the signal can be
written to (if, and only if, W flag is enabled). Format: P/I/S or P/S. More than one
address can be entered in this field, separating them by commas.
8. R. Indicates if this signal is allowed to be read from KNX system. Enable or disable
by right clicking the cell. Freely configurable, but default value is recommended and
should fit most scenarios.
9. W. Indicates if this signal is allowed to be written from KNX system. Enable or
disable by right clicking the cell. Freely configurable, but default value is
recommended and should fit most scenarios.
10. T. Indicates if this signal will generate a “write” telegram to the KNX system when
its own value changes. Enable or disable by right clicking the cell. Freely
configurable, but default value is recommended and should fit most scenarios.
11. U. Indicates if this signal will be requested (by means of a “read” telegram) on bus
recovery. Note that it only makes sense if the own signal has its “W” flag enabled.
Enable or disable by right clicking the cell.
12. Active. It allows disabling a particular signal in the integration.
13. Show available signals. When checked, all signals not present according to the
Indoor Unit Type selection (‘-‘ and a gray cell background) will be hidden from the
signals table.
The columns R, W, T, U and Active can be modified using mouse double-click over the desired
cell, selecting one or more cells in the same column and using the contextual menu appearing
with mouse right button click over the cells selected, or just entering the first letter of the
word (R,W,T,U…).
The values by default for columns R, W, T, U have been tested and are the correct
ones for the integration, do not modify this values if you are not sure on how they
will affect to the integration's correct functioning.
Those cells appearing in orange color at their “Code” cell, represent indoor unit parameters
that can be controlled or monitored using either/both EIS-Counter and/or EIS-Switching
types. Right-click the corresponding “Code” cell in order to Show/Hide its associated
switching-signals, to your convenience.
By default, all multibit signals are unfolded (showed), if you do not want to use them you can
Hide-All to reduce the size of the signals list and to work more comfortably.
4.3
Saving the configuration and sending it to the gateway
When the configuration is finished, follow the next steps.
1.- Click on Save button to save the project to the project folder on your hard disk
(more information in LinkBoxEIB User Manual).
2.- You will be prompted to generate the configuration file to be sent to the gateway.
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a.- If Yes is selected, the binary file (SAMNASA.Lbox) containing the
configuration for the gateway will be generated and saved also into the project
folder.
b.- If NO is selected, remember that the binary file with the project needs to
be generated before the IntesisBox starts to work as expected.
3.- Once in the configuration window again, click on exit. Configuration file is ready
to be sent to the IntesisBox device.
4.- Press the Send File button to send the binary file to the IntesisBox device. The
process of file transmission can be monitored in the IntesisBox Communication
Console window. IntesisBox will reboot automatically once the new configuration is
loaded.
After any configuration change, do not forget to send the configuration file to
the IntesisBox using button Send File.
4.4
Signals viewer
Once the gateway is running with the correct configuration, to supervise the status of the
configured signals, press the Signals button on the menu bar (see Figure 4.1). The Signals
Viewer window will open (see Figure 4.6).
This window shows all signals active within the gateway with its main configuration
parameters and its real time value1 in the Value column.
Figure 4.6 LinkBoxEIB Signals Viewer
The signals viewer can be used even though only one system is connected to the IntesisBox,
KNX or Samsung AC. Therefore, it becomes convenient for supervision and testing the system.
In order to force a specific value to a signal, double-click its row in the table. This will display
a dialog in which the desired value can be entered (see Figure 4.7). Changing its value in this
way, will make:
1
In case you connect to the IntesisBox when it’s been running for a certain time, you should press the Refresh
button to get updated values. After pressing Refresh, all signal values will keep continuously updated until the
connection is closed.
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

The content of the corresponding KNX group address will be changed to this value.
If the signal is write-enabled, it will trigger a suitable command to Samsung AC
system.
Figure 4.7 Signal value change window
4.5
Files
LinkBoxEIB saves the gateway configuration in the following files inside the project folder:
PROJECT.INI
SAMNASA.INI
SAMNASA.DAT
SAMNASA.LBOX
It is strongly
media, once
configuration
the hard disk
Ini file containing general information related to the project
Ini file containing the information related to the values configured
through the “Connection” tab in IntesisBox configuration
Text file (tab separated values) with the signals information (signals
list). This file can be edited with Excel to edit large configurations
systematically. After editing it with excel, you will need to re-open it
with LinkBoxEIB so to generate the corresponding binary
downloadable file.
Binary file created from the information in the files described above.
This is the file uploaded to the gateway.
recommended to back up the project folder containing these files in external
the installation process is finished. This way you will be able to do future
changes in case of reinstallation of LinkBoxEIB due, for example, to a failure of
in the PC where LinkBoxEIB was previously installed.
The configuration cannot be downloaded from the gateway to LinkBoxEIB, it can
only be uploaded.
5. IntesisBox and ETS
5.1
Integration of IntesisBox in ETS
As explained the IntesisBox is configured with the LinkBoxEIB but in some projects it might
be needed to integrate the gateway in the ETS project, for example to allow the line couplers
have a correct configuration of their filter tables. To do so a Dummy device can be used in
ETS to simulate the IntesisBox and associate also to this Dummy device all group addresses
used in IntesisBox.
The dummy device can be downloaded from:
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6. Setup process and troubleshooting
6.1
Pre-requisites
It is necessary to have a KNX TP-1 (EIB) system operative and ready to be connected to the
KNX port of IntesisBox.
It is necessary to have suitable RS485 bus network connection near IntesisBox with all
Samsung units connected to this network using the R1/R2 connectors.
Connection cables, PC for LinkBoxEIB, is not supplied by Intesis Software for this standard
integration. The items supplied by Intesis Software for this integration are:




6.2
IntesisBox KNX gateway with KNX internal protocol and Samsung AC external protocol
firmware loaded.
Console cable. Standard DB9F-DB9M cable 1.8 meters long.
LinkBoxEIB software.
Product documentation.
Setup procedure
1. Install LinkBoxEIB on your laptop.
2. Install IntesisBox in the desired installation site. The mounting can be on DIN rail or
on a stable not vibrating surface (DIN rail mounting inside a metallic industrial cabinet
connected to ground is recommended).
3. Connect the KNX TP-1 (EIB) bus cable to the port marked as KNX TP-1 (EIB) of
IntesisBox. (See details for this bus cable in section Connections of this document).
4. Connect the RS485 cable attached to Samsung’s AC MIMs or Outdoor Units to the port
marked as R1/R2 of IntesisBox. (See details for this communication cable in section
Connections of this document).
5. Power up IntesisBox using a standard power supply 220/125VAC-12VDC/300mA for
example.
WARNING! In order to avoid earth loops that can damage the gateway and/or any
other equipment connected to it, we strongly recommend:


The use of DC power supplies, floating or with the negative terminal connected to
earth. Never use a DC power supply with the positive terminal connected
to earth.
The use of AC power supplies only if they are floating and not powering any other
device.
6. Connect the communication cable coming from the serial port of your laptop PC to the
port marked as PC of IntesisBox. (See details for this communication cable in section
Connections of this document).
7. Open LinkBoxEIB, and proceed as explained in section 3.
8. You can check proper communication between the elements of the integration using
LinkBoxEIB bus viewers and signal viewers. Check the LinkBoxEIB manual for more
information.
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7. Electrical and Mechanical characteristics
Envelope
Plastic type PC (UL 94 V-0).
Size: 107mm x 105mm x 58mm.
Color
Grey. RAL 7035.
9 to 30Vdc +/-10%, Max.: 125mA.
Power
24Vac +/-10% 50-60Hz, Max.: 127mA
Must use a NEC Class 2 or Limited Power Source (LPS) and SELV rated
power supply.
Plug-in terminal block for power connection (2 poles).
Terminal
wiring Per terminal: solid wires or stranded wires (twisted or with ferrule)
(for power supply 1 core: 0.5mm2… 2.5mm2
and
low-voltage 2 cores: 0.5mm2… 1.5mm2
3 cores: not permitted
signals)
Mounting options
Wall
DIN rail EN60715 TH35.
KNX (EIB) port
1 x KNX TP1 (EIB) port opto-isolated. Plug-in terminal bloc (2 poles).
TNV-1
Samsung AC port
1 x EIA485. Plug-in screw terminal block (2 poles). SELV
LED indicators
1 x Power.
2 x KNX port activity (Tx, Rx).
2 x RS485 port (Tx, Rx).
1 x KNX programming/bus.1
Push buttons
1 x KNX programming.1
Console port
EIA232. DB9 female connector (DCE).
Configuration
Via console port.2
Firmware
Allows upgrades via console port.
Operational
0°C to +70°C
temperature range
Operational humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
range
Protection
IP20 (IEC60529).
RoHS conformity
Compliant with RoHS directive (2002/95/CE).
CE conformity to EMC directive (2004/108/EC) and Low-voltage
Certifications
directive (2006/95/EC)
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3
EN 60950-1
EN 50491-3
1
Not operational for the moment. Reserved for future use.
Along with the device it is also supplied a standard DB9 male - DB9 female 1.8 m. cable for configuring and monitoring the device
using a PC via serial COM port. The configuration software LinkBoxEIB, compatible with MS Windows ® operating systems, is also
supplied with the device.
2
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8. Dimensions
Power
Ethernet
KNX
port
R1/R2 port
Console
port
58 mm
105 mm
107 mm
Recommended available space for its installation into a cabinet (wall or DIN rail mounting), with space
enough for external connections:
100 mm
130 mm
115 mm
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9. AC Unit Types compatibility
A list of Samsung unit model references compatible with SM-ACN-KNX-4/8/16/64 and their
available features can be found in:
http://www.intesis.com/pdf/IntesisBox_SM-ACN-xxx-MIU_AC_Compatibility.pdf
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10. Error codes for Indoor Units
This list contains all possible values shown in communication object “Error Code” for each
indoor unit.
Error
Code
101
102
108
110
121
122
123
128
129
130
135
151
152
153
154
161
162
163
180
181
185
186
190
191
198
201
202
203
205
206
211
212
Description
Indoor unit communication error. Indoor unit cannot receive any data from outdoor unit.
Communication error between indoor unit and outdoor unit. Displayed in indoor unit.
Error due to repeated address setting (When 2 or more devices has same address within the
Communication error between Hydro unit HT(Main PBA) and Control kit PBA(Detection from
the Control kit)
Error on indoor temperature sensor of indoor unit (Short or Open)
Error on EVA IN sensor of indoor unit (Short or Open)
Error on EVA OUT sensor of indoor unit (Short or Open)
EVA IN temperature sensor of indoor unit is detached from EVA IN pipe
EVA OUT temperature sensor of indoor unit is detached from EVA OUT pipe
Heat exchanger in/out sensors of indoor unit are detached
RPM feedback error of indoor unit's cleaning fan
Error due to opened EEV of indoor unit (2nd detection)
Error due to closed EEV of indoor unit (2nd detection)
Error on floating switch of indoor unit (2nd detection)
RPM feedback error of indoor unit
Mixed operation mode error of indoor unit; When outdoor unit is getting ready to operate in
cooling (or heating) and some of the indoor unit is trying to operate in heating (or cooling)
mode
EEPROM error of MICOM (Physical problem of parts/circuit)
Indoor unit's remote controller option input is Incorrect or missing. Outdoor unit EEPROM
data error
Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL V/V (1st detection)
Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL V/V (2nd detection)
Cross wiring error between communication and power cable of indoor unit
Connection error or problem on SPi
No temperature changes in EVA IN during pipe inspection or changes in temperature indoor
unit with wrong address
No temperature changes in EVA OUT during pipe inspection or changes in temperature is seen
in indoor unit with wrong address
Error due to disconnected thermal fuse of indoor unit
Communication error between indoor and outdoor units (installation number setting error,
repeated indoor unit address, indoor unit communication cable error)
Communication error between indoor and outdoor units (Communication error on all indoor
unit, outdoor unit communication cable error)
Communication error between main and sub outdoor units
Communication error on all PBA within the outdoor unit C-Box, communication cable error
E206-C001: HUB PBA communication error / E206-C002: FAN PBA communication errorE206C003:INV1 PBA communication error / E206-C004: INV2 PBA communication error
When single indoor unit uses 2 MCU ports that are not in series.
If the rotary switch (on the MCU) for address setting of the indoor unit has 3 or more of the
same address
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213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
231
241
251
257
262
263
266
267
269
276
277
291
296
308
311
321
322
323
346
347
348
353
355
361
364
365
366
367
368
369
374
378
385
386
When total number of indoor units assigned to MCU is same as actual number of installed
indoor units but there is indoor unit that is not installed even though it is assigned on MCU
When number of MCU is not set correctly on the outdoor unit or when two or more MCU was
installed some of them have the same address
When two different MCU’s have same address value on the rotary switch
When indoor unit is not installed to a MCU port but the switch on the port is set to On.
hen indoor unit is connected to a MCU port but indoor unit is assigned to a MCU and the
switch on the port is set to Off
When there’s at least one or more actual number of indoor unit connection compared to
number of indoor units assigned to MCU
Error on temperature sensor located on MCU intercooler inlet (Short or Open)
Error on temperature sensor located on MCU intercooler outlet (Short or Open)
Error on outdoor temperature sensor of outdoor unit (Short or open)
Error on COND OUT temperature sensor of main outdoor unit (Short or Open)
COND OUT sensor is detached
Error on discharge temperature sensor of compressor 1 (Short or Open)
Error on discharge temperature sensor of compressor 2 (Short or Open)
Discharge temperature sensor of compressor 1 is detached from the sensor holder on the
pipe
Discharge temperature sensor of compressor 2 is detached from the sensor holder on the
pipe
Top sensor of compressor 1 is detached
Top sensor of compressor 2 is detached
Suction temperature sensor is detached from the sensor holder on the pipe
Error on top sensor of compressor 1 (Short or Open)
Error on top sensor of compressor 2 (Short or Open)
Refrigerant leakage or error on high pressure sensor (Short or Open)
Refrigerant leakage or error on low pressure sensor (Short or Open)
Error on suction temperature sensor (Short or Open)
Error on temperature sensor of double layer pipe/liquid pipe(sub heat exchanger) (Short or
Open)
Error on EVI (ESC) IN temperature sensor (Short or Open)
Error on EVI (ESC) OUT temperature sensor (Short or Open)
Error on suction sensor 2 (Short or Open)
Error due to operation failure of Fan2
Motor wire of Fan2 is not connected
Lock error on Fan2 of outdoor unit
Error due to overheated motor of outdoor unit's Fan2
Error due to overheated IPM of Fan2
Error due to operation failure of inverter compressor 2
Error due to over-current of inverter compressor 2
V-limit error of inverter compressor 2
Error due to over voltage /low voltage of inverter PBA2
Error due to unconnected wire of compressor 2
Output current sensor error of inverter PBA2
DC voltage sensor error of inverter PBA2
Heat sink temperature sensor error of inverter PBA2
Error due to overcurrent of Fan2
Error due to input current of inverter 2
Over-voltage/low-voltage error of Fan2
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Hall IC connection error of Fan2
V-limit error on Fan2 of compressor
Output current sensor error of Fan2
DC voltage sensor error of Fan2
Heat sink temperature sensor error of Fan2
Error due to overheat caused by contact failure on IPM of Inverter PBA2
Compressor operation stop due to high pressure protection control
Compressor operation stop due to low pressure protection control or refrigerant leakage
Compressor operation stop due to discharge temperature protection control
Phase reversal or phase failure (3Ø outdoor unit wiring, R-S-T-N ), connection error on 3 phase
input
Compressor operation stop due abnormal compression ratio
EVI (ESC) EEV leakage or internal leakage of intercooler or incorrect connector insertion of EVI
(ESC) EEV
Error due to refrigerant leakage
Heating mode restriction due to high air temperature
Cooling mode restriction due to low air temperature
Refrigerant charing restriction in heating mode when air temperature is over 15 °C
Operation prohibited due to the pressure drop
CCH is deatched
Error due to operation failure of Fan1
Motor wire of Fan1 is not connected
Lock error on Fan1
Error due to ZPC detection circuit problem or power failure
Error due to overheated motor of outdoor unit's Fan1
Error due to overheated IPM of Fan1
Error due to operation failure of inverter compressor 1
Compressor stop due to full current control or error due to low current on CT2
Error due to over-current of inverter compressor 1
V-limit error of inverter compressor 1
Error due to over voltage /low voltage of inveter PBA1
Error due to unconnected wire of compressor 1
Output current sensor error of inverter PBA1
DC voltage sensor error of inver PBA1
Heat sink temperature sensor error of inverter PBA1
Error due to overcurrent of Fan1
Error due to input current of inverter 1
Error due to over voltage/low voltage of Fan
Hall IC error of Fan1
V-limit error on Fan1 of compressor
Output current sensor error of Fan1
DC voltage sensor error of Fan1
Heat sink temperature sensor error of Fan1
Error due to overheat caused by contact failure on IPM of Inverter PBA1
Error due to alert the user to check if the service valve is closed
Error due to self diagnosis of compressor operation
Error due to self diagnosis of high pressure sensor
Error due to self diagnosis of low pressure sensor
Outdoor unit's option switch setting error (when iinappropriate option switch is on)
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Error due to module installation of indoor unit with old version (Micom version needs to be
checked)
Error due to using single type outdoor unit in a module installation
Communication error between remote controller and the DVM Hydro unit / Hydro unit HT
Communication error between master and slave remote controller
Tracking error between remote controller and the DVM Hydro unit / Hydro unit HT
Error due to exceeding maximum numbers of Hydro unit installation (16 units)
Error due to exceeding maximum numbers of wired remote controller installation (2 units)
Error caused by installing mixed models
Remote controller's temperature sensor is disconnected or has problem
Data error on remote controller (Memory read/write error)
Error due to closed EEV of indoor unit (1st detection)
Error due to opened EEV of indoor unit (1st detection)
Error on the sensor of water inlet pipe (Short or Open)
Error on the sensor of water outlet pipe (Short or Open)
Error on water tank (Short or open)
Error due to pipe rupture protection
Error due to freeze prevention(Re-operation is possible)
Error due to freeze prevention(Re-operation is impossible)
Water temperature sensor on water outlet pipe is detached
Flow switch off error, When the switch is turned off within 10 seconds after a pump starts its
operation(Re-operation is possible)
Six times detection for Flow Switch Error(Re-operation is not possible)
Error due to incorrect thermostat connection
Error on DC fan(Non-operating)
Error due to using single type outdoor unit in a module installation
Communication error between remote controller and the DVM Hydro unit / Hydro unit HT
Communication error between master and slave remote controller
Tracking error between remote controller and the DVM Hydro unit / Hydro unit HT
Error due to exceeding maximum numbers of Hydro unit installation (16 units)
Error due to exceeding maximum numbers of wired remote controller installation (2 units)
Error caused by installing mixed models
Remote controller's temperature sensor is disconnected or has problem
Data error on remote controller (Memory read/write error)
Error due to closed EEV of indoor unit (1st detection)
Error due to opened EEV of indoor unit (1st detection)
Error on the sensor of water inlet pipe (Short or Open)
Error on the sensor of water outlet pipe (Short or Open)
Error on water tank (Short or open)
Error due to pipe rupture protection
Error due to freeze prevention(Re-operation is possible)
Error due to freeze prevention(Re-operation is impossible)
Water temperature sensor on water outlet pipe is detached
Flow switch off error, When the switch is turned off within 10 seconds after a pump starts its
operation(Re-operation is possible)
Six times detection for Flow Switch Error(Re-operation is not possible)
Error due to incorrect thermostat connection
Error on DC fan(Non-operating)
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tel
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