FX07 Field Controller Technical Bulletin

FX07 Field Controller Technical Bulletin
Technical Bulletin FX07 Terminal Unit Controller
Issue Date November 13, 2008
FX07 Field Controller
Introduction to FX07 Field Controller ................................................... 4
Features..............................................................................................................................5
Installation............................................................................................... 6
North American Emissions Compliance..............................................................................7
Installation Procedures .......................................................................................7
Mounting the FX07 Controller .............................................................................................7
Electronic Circuit Isolation Diagram ..................................................................................10
Powering the FX07 Controller - 24 VAC Models...............................................................11
Powering the FX07 Controller - 90 to 240 VAC Models (Models Unavailable in North
America) ...........................................................................................................................12
Connection Details for FX07 Controller ............................................................................13
Jumper Settings for FX07 Controller.................................................................................17
N2 Open Communication Card.........................................................................................18
LONWORKS Communication Card .....................................................................................21
RS-232C Communication Card ........................................................................................23
Connecting the Modem.....................................................................................................25
BACnet Communication Card...........................................................................................30
Room Command Modules ................................................................................................33
Remote User Interfaces ....................................................................................................40
FX Programming Key........................................................................................................41
Inputs and Outputs............................................................................... 43
Introduction ........................................................................................................43
Inputs and Outputs Concepts ...........................................................................43
Detailed Inputs and Outputs Procedures.........................................................44
Analog Inputs ....................................................................................................................44
Digital Inputs .....................................................................................................................46
Analog Outputs .................................................................................................................47
Digital Outputs ..................................................................................................................49
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Operation............................................................................................... 53
Operation Concepts...........................................................................................53
Communication Services ..................................................................................................53
Event Management...........................................................................................................53
Trend Logging...................................................................................................................53
Time Scheduling ...............................................................................................................53
User Interfaces .................................................................................................................53
Supervisory Option ...........................................................................................................54
Application Configuration and Commissioning .................................................................54
Security .............................................................................................................................55
Application Upload/Download ...........................................................................................55
Detailed Operation Procedures ........................................................................55
Communication Services ..................................................................................................55
Event Management...........................................................................................................56
Trend Logging...................................................................................................................57
Time Scheduling ...............................................................................................................59
User Interfaces .................................................................................................................61
Integral Display Operation ................................................................................................63
Supervisory Option ...........................................................................................................75
Application Configuration and Commissioning .................................................................78
Security .............................................................................................................................86
Application Download .......................................................................................................89
Troubleshooting ................................................................................... 95
Reading 9999 or Invalid from the Analog Inputs...............................................................95
Specifications and Technical Data...................................................... 96
Ordering Codes ..................................................................................................96
Technical Specifications .................................................................................103
I/O Technical Details.......................................................................................................103
FX07 Controller...............................................................................................................105
N2 Open Communication................................................................................................106
BACnet MS/TP Communication......................................................................................106
LON Communication ......................................................................................................107
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FX Programming Key......................................................................................................107
GSM Connection ............................................................................................................108
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Introduction to FX07 Field
Controller
Figure 1: FX07 Field Controller Models
The FX07 is a field controller in the Facility Explorer range of products.
The controller is designed specifically for commercial Heating,
Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR)
applications, such as small refrigeration compressors, close control
units, rooftop air handlers, fan coil units, unit ventilators, and chilling or
heating ceiling beam installations.
The controller has 17 physical inputs and outputs and supports a wide
range of temperature sensors and actuating devices. Active sensors for
the measurement of humidity, pressure, and other variables are also
supported. The FX07 also includes an onboard real-time clock to
support the start-stop scheduling of equipment and real-time based
control sequences.
The FX07 has an optional attractive Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with
a set of graphic status icons used in the most common HVACR
applications. The controller also supports a remote panel or wall
mounted Medium User Interface (MUI).
Communication cards enable the controller to integrate into an N2
Open, LONWORKS®, or BACnet® network of a building automation
system.
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For stand-alone applications, the FX07 also features communications
services to transmit event notification messages via Short Messaging
Service (SMS) using an RS-232C Serial communication card and
Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) modem.
Using the FX Tools software package, you can fully configure and
program the FX07 for a wide range of commercial HVACR
applications.
Features
The features of the FX07 include:
•
fully programmable controller using FX Tools software package
•
RS-485 (N2 Open or BACnet Master-Slave/Token-Passing
[MS/TP]) or LON TP/FT-10 (twisted pair/free topology) plug-in
communication card for connection to a supervisory system
•
as an alternative, an RS-232C communications port for a modem (or
null modem) connection in stand-alone applications
•
compatible with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)
modems
•
DIN rail mounting
•
removable screw connectors for servicing operations
•
17 physical inputs and outputs including relays and triacs
•
wide range of analog sensor inputs:
− passive temperature: A99, PT1000 Standard, PT1000 Extended
Range, NTC 10k, and Ni1000 (Johnson Controls)
− active voltage: ratiometric and 0 - 10 VDC
•
optional user interfaces: integral or remote
•
real-time clock for time-based control sequences
•
events displayed on user interface (up to 20 events)
•
FX CommPro online software tool for commissioning and service
operations
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FX Programming Key for easy application loading
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Installation
This section takes you through the process of installing a FX07 Field
Controller.
!
WARNING:
Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect each of multiple
power supplies before making electrical connections. More than one
disconnect may be required to completely de-energize equipment. Contact
with components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and
may result in severe personal injury or death.
IMPORTANT: Use this FX07 controller only as an operating control. Where
failure or malfunction of the FX07 could lead to personal injury or damage to
the controlled equipment or other property, additional precautions must be
designed into the control system. Incorporate and maintain other devices such
as supervisory or alarm systems or safety or limit controls that are intended to
warn of, or protect against, failure or malfunction of the FX07 controller.
IMPORTANT: In North America, the controller is intended for installation with
Class 2 inputs and outputs only where no special electrical safety mounting
precautions are generally necessary. These controllers are UL Listed as Open
Energy Management Equipment per UL 916.
IMPORTANT: Before specifying the FX07 for plenum applications, verify
acceptance of exposed plastic materials in plenum areas with the local
building authority. Building codes for plenum requirements vary by location.
Some local building authorities accept compliance to UL 1995, Heating and
Cooling Equipment, whereas others use different acceptance criteria.
IMPORTANT: Cables and wiring at Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) and
Class 2 wiring (North America) must be separated from power line voltage
wiring. A minimum separation distance of 30 cm (12 in.) is recommended. Do
not run extra low voltage cables parallel to power line voltage cables for long
distances greater than 3 m (10 ft). Do not run extra low voltage wiring close to
transformers or high frequency generating equipment.
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North American Emissions Compliance
United States
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user is required
to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Canada
This Class (A) digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe (A) respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Installation Procedures
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect power supply before
making electrical connections. Contact with components carrying hazardous
voltage can cause electric shock and may result in severe personal injury or
death.
Mounting the FX07 Controller
Follow these instructions to properly install and connect the FX07.
108 mm
(4.26 in.)
118 mm
145 mm
(4.65 in.)
(5.70 in.)
49 mm
(1.93 in.)
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108 mm
(4.26 in.)
62 mm
(2.44 in.)
49 mm
(1.93 in.)
118 mm
145 mm
(4.65 in.)
(5.70 in.)
Figure 2: Mounting Dimensions for FX07
(Shown with and without Optional Display)
The controller mounts on a 35 mm (1.38 in.) DIN rail within a
protective enclosure. The horizontal position provides the most efficient
cooling of the controller through the ventilation slots.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
circuits in the controller are sensitive to static electricity. Take suitable
precautions.
To mount the FX07 controller:
1. Set the jumpers and address switches before you install the
controller. For more information, see Jumper Settings for FX07
Controller.
2. Locate the spring-loaded retaining clips at the back of the controller
(on the lower edge of the DIN rail).
3. Press the controller upwards against the clip, engage the upper lugs
over the upper edge of the rail, and release downwards.
4. To remove the controller, push the controller up against the
retaining clips and then tilt the top forward to release the top lugs
from the DIN rail.
You can also remove the controller by removing the lower screw
terminals and carefully inserting a screw driver in Slot A. You can
then pull out the retaining clip to release the controller from the DIN
rail.
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a.
b.
Fig: FX07_Moun ti ng DIN
A
Figure 3: Mounting the FX07 on a DIN Rail
5. Make wiring terminations with the detachable screw connectors.
The screw terminals are included in a separate bag within the
package.
The analog and digital input and analog output terminals on the
upper side of the controller accept 1 x 1.5 mm2/16 AWG, or 2 x
0.8 mm/20 AWG cables.
The power input and relay and triac output terminals accept 1 or 2 x
1.5 mm2/16 AWG cables.
Note: These terminals may carry voltages up to 250 VAC
(Europe only).
6. Make the terminations to the Supervisory Link, Local Link Bus, and
Remote Display, as required, via the connectors provided with the
controller. The connectors accept either 1 x 1.5 mm2/16 AWG cable
or 2 x 0.8 mm/20 AWG cable.
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7. Verify that the wiring has been correctly installed and that voltage
levels are appropriate for the various input signals according to the
application.
Electronic Circuit Isolation Diagram
Analog
Outputs
Digital
Inputs
To Remote
Display
Analog
Inputs
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
( )
*
Supervisory Link
(optional)
RS232 Card
(optional)
Isolation
A
( )
*
CPU
( ) Not Isolated
A Communication/CPU Isolation: 500 VAC
B Power Supply Isolation:
24 VAC: 500 VAC min.
*
90-240 VAC: 4000 V
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
51 52 53
Digital Outputs
Digital Output Isolation:
Relay: 4000 V
Triac: 4000 V
Power Supply
Figure 4: Isolation Diagram
Note: The built-in power supply switching transformer isolates the
24 VAC power supply or 90-240 VAC power supply from the Central
Processing Unit (CPU) and all Inputs and Outputs (I/Os).
Fig:FX07_ Isol ation Dia gram_drw
C
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LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
Powering the FX07 Controller - 24 VAC Models
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
Figure 5: Power Supply Connection Details for the FX07 - 24 VAC
To power the FX07 Field Controller with a 24 VAC power supply
(Model Codes LP-FX07Dxx-xxx), you need a transformer with the
following specifications:
Input Voltage: Local voltage (for example, 24 VAC) at 50/60 Hz
Output Voltage: 24 VAC ±15% at 50/60 Hz
VA Rating: 15 to 20 VA
Transformer Type: Safety Extra Low Voltage - in Europe,
Class 2 - in North America
Add an external slow blow fuse (1 to 2 A) in the 24 VAC circuit to
protect the FX07 and wiring to the controller. Connecting the Earth
terminal to a clean electrical grounding point enhances the immunity of
the FX07 to electromagnetic interference. If a clean ground is not
available, leave the Earth terminal unconnected. The connection is not
required for any safety reason.
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LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
Powering the FX07 Controller - 90 to 240 VAC Models (Models
Unavailable in North America)
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
Figure 6: Power Supply Connection Details for the FX07 - 90 to 240 VAC
To power the FX07 Field Controller with a 90 to 240 VAC power
supply (Model Codes LP-FX07Axx-xxx), you need a power source with
the following specifications:
Input Voltage: 90 VAC to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz
VA Rating: 25 VA minimum
Add an external slow blow fuse (500 mA) in the power supply circuit to
protect the FX07 and wiring to the controller.
Connecting the Earth terminal to a clean electrical grounding point
enhances the immunity of the FX07 to electromagnetic interference. If a
clean ground is not available, leave the Earth terminal unconnected. The
connection is not required for any safety reason.
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Connection Details for FX07 Controller
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect each of multiple
power supplies before making electrical connections. More than one
disconnect may be required to completely de-energize equipment. Contact
with components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and
may result in severe personal injury or death.
LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
Key: AI: Analog Input; AO: Analog Output; DI: Digital (Binary) Input;
DO: Digital (Binary) Output; LL: Local Link
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
Figure 7: Connection Details for the LP-FX07D0x and LP-FX07D5x Series
(6 Relays and 24 VAC Power Supply)
LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
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1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
Figure 8: Connection Details for the LP-FX07A0x and LP-FX07A5x Series
(6 Relays and 90-240 VAC Power Supply)
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO2
DO2 Com
1 2 3
DO1
DO1 Com
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Figure 9: Connection Details for the LP-FX07D2x and LP-FX07D7x Series
(2 Triacs [24 VAC], 4 Relays, and 24 VAC Power Supply)
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LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
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1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
Figure 10: Connection Details for the LP-FX07D2x and LP-FX07D7x
Series (2 Triacs [230 VAC Max.], 4 Relays, and 90-240 VAC Power Supply)
1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO1
DO1 Com
1 2 3
Figure 11: Connection Details for the LP-FX07D3x and LP-FX07D8x Series
(2 Triacs [24 VAC], 1 Relay, 3 Interlocked Relays, and 24 VAC Power Supply)
LL+
LL+15V
Com
AI Com
AI Com
AI1
AI2
AI3
AI4
+5V
+15V
AO Com
AO1
AO2
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
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1 2 3 11 12 13 14 15 16
N2/BACnet
Supervisory Link
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
V Hot
33 34
Earth
V Com
31 32
DO2
DO2 Com
1 2 3
DO1
DO1 Com
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Figure 12: Connection Details for the LP-FX07A3x and LP-FX07A8x Series
(2 Triacs [230 VAC max.], 1 Relay, 3 Interlocked Relays, and 90-240 VAC
Power Supply)
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Jumper Settings for FX07 Controller
Figure 13: FX07 Controller Board with Jumpers and Connectors
Table 1: Analog Output Jumper Connections
Analog Output
AO 0 - 10 V Configuration
AO PWM Configuration
AO1: Jumper Block
on Left under AO1
Terminal 2
Jumper between upper and center
pins
Jumper between center and lower pins
AO2: Jumper Block
on Left under AO2
Terminal 3
Jumper between upper and center
pins
Jumper between center and lower pins
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N2 Open Communication Card
You can order the FX07 controller with the N2 Open communication
card, or you can order the N2 Open communication card separately to
insert the card at a later time. (See Ordering Codes.)
The N2 Open communication card allows the FX07 controller to
connect to an N2 Open RS-485 network of a building automation
system.
Installing and Configuring the N2 Open Communication Card
Install the N2 Open communication card before you install and wire the
controller. If the controller is already installed, remove the controller
from its installed location to remove the cover. Take all the precautions
advised for the initial installation of the controller.
Figure 14: N2 Open Communication Card
To install the N2 Open Communication Card:
1. Remove power from the controller (hot plug-in not allowed), and
isolate all high-voltage connections to the controller.
2. Remove the cover of the controller. This normally requires that you
remove the controller from its permanently installed location.
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IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
integrated circuits in the controller and on the communication card are
sensitive to static voltage discharges. Take suitable precautions.
3. Fit the two stand-offs supplied with the card into the FX07 board.
See Figure 13.
4. Install the N2 Open communication card by pressing the connector
pins into the communication board connector on the FX07 controller
board.
5. Make sure all of the pins are correctly seated in the connector, and
press the card onto the stand-off to fix the card firmly in position.
6. On the upper DIP switch block (S2), set Switch 1 as follows:
Models with integral display:
1 (ON) = Baud Rate and N2 Address set on controller display
0 = Baud Rate and N2 Address set on DIP switches
Models without integral display:
0 = Baud Rate and N2 Address set on DIP switches
7. If Switch 1 of S2 is set to 0, set the Baud Rate on switches 4-3-2.
Note: For N2 communication with a Metasys supervisory
system, you must select the baud rate of 9600 (factory default
setting).
8. If Switch 1 of S2 is set to 0, set the N2 Address on the lower DIP
switch block (S1) in binary format (1 = ON). Examples are:
87654321
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 = N2 Address 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 = N2 Address 3
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 = N2 Address 129
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 = N2 Address 255
Note: Address zero is not supported on the N2 Open network.
The factory default address is 1.
9. Break and fold back the plastic tongue in the top of the controller
cover that gives access to the communication card connector.
10. Replace the controller cover.
11. Reinstall the controller and replace all the terminals.
12. Restore power to the controller after you safely complete all
connections.
IMPORTANT: If changing the N2 Address during a bench test with power
applied to the controller, cycle the power for a new address to become active
in the controller.
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Connecting the N2 Open Communication Card
The FX07 controller cover indicates the Supervisory Link terminals as
1, 2, 3. For the N2 Open Communication Card, connect to the RS-485
N2 Bus as shown in Table 2. The connections are polarity sensitive and
must be made correctly. If the N2 Bus cable has a shield, twist or
connect the shields of the incoming and outgoing cables and insulate the
exposed metal wires with tape. If the shield is used as the COM wire,
connect it to Terminal 1.
Table 2: RS-485 N2 Bus Connections
Supervisory Link
N2 Bus
1
COM
2
RT -
3
RT +
Network Layout
For details about how to lay out the N2 network, refer to the
N2 Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-636018).
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LONWORKS Communication Card
You can order the FX07 controller with the LONWORKS communication
card installed, or you can order the LONWORKS communication card
separately to insert at a later time. See Ordering Codes.
The LONWORKS communication card allows the FX07 to connect to a
LONWORKS free topology (FT-10) network.
Installing the LONWORKS Communication Card
Install the LONWORKS communication card before you install and wire
the controller. If the controller is already installed, you must remove the
controller from its installed location to remove the cover. Take all the
precautions advised for the initial installation of the controller.
Figure 15: LON Communication Card
To install the LON Communication Card:
1. Remove power from the controller (hot plug-in not allowed), and
isolate all high-voltage connections to the controller.
2. Remove the cover of the controller. This normally requires that you
remove the controller from a permanently installed location.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
integrated circuits in the controller and on the communication card are
sensitive to static voltage discharges. Take suitable precautions.
3. Fit the two stand-offs supplied with the card into the FX07 board.
See Figure 13.
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4. Install the LON communication card by pressing the connector pins
into the communication board connector on the FX07 controller
board.
5. Make sure all of the pins are correctly seated in the connector and
press the card onto the two stand-offs to fix the card firmly in
position.
6. Break and fold back the plastic tongue in the top of the controller
cover that gives access to the communication card connector.
7. Replace the controller cover.
8. Reinstall the controller and replace all the terminals.
9. Restore power to the controller after you safely complete all
connections.
Connecting the LON Communication Card
The FX07 controller cover indicates the Supervisory Link terminals as
1, 2, and 3. For the LONWORKS communication card, the connections to
the LON TP/FT-10 network appear in Table 3. The connections are not
polarity sensitive; however, we recommend you make consistent
connections for easier troubleshooting. If the LON cable has a shield,
you need to twist or connect the shields of the incoming and outgoing
cables and insulate the exposed metal wires with tape (or connect the
shield to Terminal 1).
Table 3: LON TP/FT-10 Network Connections
Supervisory Link
LON Network
1
No connection (cable shield)
2
NET B
3
NET A
Getting the LON Neuron® ID
The FX07 controller sends its unique Neuron ID over the LON network
after you press the Service Pin located on the LON communications
card. A label is also on the LON communications card with the Neuron
ID (number and barcode).
LONWORKS Network Layout
Refer to the LONWORKS FTT-10A Free Topology User’s Guide
(078-0156-01F) for technical guidelines associated with free topology
restrictions. Refer to the Junction Box and Wiring Guidelines for
Twisted Pair LONWORKS Networks (005-0023-01) for more detailed
information on wiring specification. These documents are available on
the Echelon® Web site (www.echelon.com).
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RS-232C Communication Card
You can order the FX07 controller with the RS-232C Communication
Card or you can order the RS-232C Communication Card separately to
insert the card at a later time. (See Ordering Codes.)
The RS-232C communications card allows the FX07 controller to
connect to a Global System for Mobile (GSM) Communications
modem.
Installing the RS-232C Communication Card
Install the RS-232C Communication Card before you install and wire
the controller. If the controller is already installed, then you must
remove the controller from its installed location to remove the cover.
Take all the precautions advised for the initial installation of the
controller.
Figure 16: RS-232C Communication Card
To install the RS-232C Communication Card:
1. Remove power from the controller (hot plug-in not allowed) and
isolate all high-voltage connections to the controller.
2. Remove the cover of the controller. This normally requires that you
remove the controller from its permanently installed location.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
integrated circuits in the controller and on the communication card are
sensitive to static voltage discharges. Take suitable precautions.
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3. Fit the two stand-offs supplied with the card into the FX07 board.
See Figure 13.
4. Install the RS-232C communication card by pressing the connector
pins into the communication board connector on the FX07 controller
board.
5. Make sure all of the pins are correctly seated in the connector and
press the card onto the two stand-offs to fix the card firmly in
position.
6. Break and fold back the plastic tongue in the top of the controller
cover that gives access to the communication card connector.
7. Replace the controller cover.
8. Reinstall the controller and replace all the terminals.
9. Restore power to the controller after you safely complete all
connections.
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Connecting the Modem
You can connect the FX07 controller only to a Global System for
Mobile Communications (GSM) modem. The functions of the FX07,
through the RS-232C serial card, are defined in the software
configuration. These functions also include event notification via SMS
to one or more users or a group of users.
For the connection between the FX07 and the GSM modem, a GSM
modem cable is available (order code LP-KIT007-002C). The cable is
1.5 m (4.9 ft) long with a DB15 male connector for the GSM modem
and an AMP connector for the FX07 controller. A spare AMP connector
and crimp connectors are provided with the RS-232C communications
card. For the connection pin-out, see Figure 17.
FX07 side
Figure 17: Connection Details of GSM Modem Cable
Consider the following guidelines as you install the GSM modem cable:
•
Run the modem cable separately from line voltage or power cables.
Use a minimum of 30 cm (12 in.) separation for 230 V/30 A
circuits.
•
Do not run modem cable parallel to power cables for long distances
(>3 m [10 ft]).
•
Do not run modem cable close to transformers or high-frequency
generating equipment.
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GSM Modem Antenna
You must connect the GSM modem to an appropriate antenna with the
characteristics in Table 4.
Table 4: GSM Modem Characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Frequency range
Dual-band GSM 900/1800 MHz
Impedance
50 ohms
Gain (antenna + cable)
0 dB
VSWR (Voltage Standing
Wave Ratio)
(antenna + cable)
-10 dB
You must install the antenna in a position where the GSM modem field
is strong enough to ensure proper communication.
To verify the GSM signal strength, connect the modem using a null
modem cable to a computer with a VT100 emulator program. Send the
following AT command to the modem: AT + CSQ. Monitor the
response. See Table 5.
Table 5: GSM Signal Strength
AT+CSQ Response Received Signal Strength
Indicator (RSSI)
Signal Quality
11 to 31
Sufficient
0 to 10 and +99
Insufficient
Antenna Types
Three types of antenna are available.
The Unit Mount Antenna (LP-KIT90-001C) plugs directly into the
modem. You must mount the modem with antenna in free space where it
is always visible (not enclosed in a metal cabinet or electrical panel
where the GSM field might not be strong enough).
Figure 18: Unit Mount Antenna
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The Remote Mount Antenna (LP-KIT090-003C) has a permanent
magnet in its base and is designed for mounting on a metal surface. It is
supplied with a 2.5 m (8.2 ft)-long cable and an adapter to connect the
cable to the modem.
Figure 19: Remote Mount Antenna (Magnetic)
The Panel Mount Antenna (LP-KIT090-004C) is designed for
mounting through an 11 mm (0.44 in.) hole in a panel. It is supplied
with a 5 m (16.4 ft) long cable and adapters to connect the cable to the
antenna and the modem.
Figure 20: Panel Mount Antenna
GSM Modem Power
The GSM modem requires 5 to 32 VDC power at 12 W maximum to
operate.
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The GSM Modem Power Adapter (LP-KIT090-005C) is a
nonregulated AC/DC adapter with a wall plug for a Central European
socket. The input is 230 VAC and the output is 9 VDC at 1,300 mA
maximum. You must purchase an equivalent adapter in areas with other
supply voltages and plugs.
Figure 21: GSM Modem Power Adapter
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GSM Modem Interface
The modem contains a simple Light-Emitting Diode (LED) interface
indicating the operating status. See Table 6.
Table 6: GSM Modem LED Operating Status
LED
Description
LED Off
Device switched off - not ready
LED On
Device switched on - connecting to network
LED Flashing Slowly
Device switched on - idle mode (connected to network)
LED Flashing Rapidly
Device switched on - transmission mode
Installing the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Card
You must obtain a SIM card from the local GSM mobile telephone
service provider.
To install the SIM Card:
1. Remove power from the GSM modem.
2. Push the yellow button next to the antenna connector on the GSM
modem to remove the SIM card housing. See Figure 22.
Figure 22: SIM Card Installation
3. Place the SIM card into the housing.
4. Insert the housing with the SIM card back into the modem slot.
5. Restore power to the GSM modem.
SIM Card Configuration
The SIM Card has to be pre-configured by the GSM mobile telephone
service provider. Use the following specifications:
•
•
•
PIN request: DISABLE
ENABLE for Data Transmission
ENABLE for SMS Transmission with valid Service Center number
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BACnet Communication Card
You can order the FX07 controller with the BACnet communication
card. The BACnet communication card is only supported by the latest
FX07 Controller Rev. A and is only available separately as a
replacement part. (See Ordering Codes.) Existing FX07 controllers (not
Rev. A) cannot be upgraded for BACnet communication.
The BACnet communication card allows the FX07 controller to connect
to a BACnet MS/TP network of a building automation system.
Configuring the BACnet Communication Card
Configure the BACnet communication card before you install and wire
the controller. If the controller is already installed, remove the controller
from its installed location to remove the cover. Take all the precautions
for the initial installation of the controller.
Figure 23: BACnet Communication Card
To configure the BACnet communication card:
1. Remove power from the controller (hot configuration and plug-in
not allowed), and isolate all high-voltage connections to the
controller.
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2. Remove the cover of the controller. This normally requires that you
remove the controller from its permanently installed location.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
integrated circuits in the controller and on the communication card are
sensitive to static voltage discharges. Take suitable precautions.
3. On the upper DIP switch block (S2), set Switch 1 as follows:
Models with integral display:
1 (ON) = Baud Rate and BACnet Address set on controller display
0 = Baud Rate and BACnet Address set on DIP switches
Models without integral display:
0 = Baud Rate and BACnet Address set on DIP switches
4. If Switch 1 of S2 is set to 0, set the Baud Rate on switches 4-3-2.
Note: For BACnet MS/TP communication with a Metasys®
supervisory system, you must select the baud rate of 38400 (factory
default setting) or AUTO. In AUTO mode, the FX07 controller sets
the baud rate according to the messages received on the bus.
5. If Switch 1 of S2 is set to 0, set the BACnet MS/TP Address in the
lower DIP switch block (S1) in binary format (1 = ON). Examples
are:
87654321
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 = MS/TP Address 5
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 = MS/TP Address 8
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 = MS/TP Address 65
0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 = MS/TP Address 127
Note: The FX07 controller communicates as a master device on the
BACnet MS/TP network and must have an address of 127 or below
(switch 8 always set to 0).
Note: On the field bus network of a Metasys Network Automation
Engine (NAE) or Network Control Engine (NCE) controller,
addresses 0 to 3 are reserved for specific supervisory functions.
Note: The factory default address is 5.
6. Replace the controller cover.
7. Reinstall the controller and replace all the terminals.
8. Restore power to the controller after you safely complete all
connections.
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IMPORTANT: If changing the BACnet Address during a bench test with
power applied to the controller, cycle the power for a new address to become
active in the controller.
Connecting the BACnet Communication Card
The FX07 controller cover indicates the Supervisory Link terminals as
1, 2, and 3. For the BACnet communication card, you can make the
connections to the RS-485 MS/TP Bus according to Table 7. The
connections are polarity sensitive; therefore, you must make the correct
connections. If the BACnet MS/TP bus cable has a shield, you need to
twist or connect the shields of the incoming and outgoing cables and
insulate the exposed metal wires with tape. If the shield is used as the
COM wire, connect it to Terminal 1.
Table 7: RS-485 BACnet MS/TP Bus Connections
Supervisory Link
BACnet Bus
1
COM
2
RT -
3
RT +
Network Layout
For details about how to lay out the BACnet MS/TP network, refer to
the BACnet MS/TP Communications Bus Technical Bulletin
(LIT-12011034).
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Room Command Modules
TM-2100 Series
Figure 24: TM-2100 Series Room Command Modules
(80 x 80 mm [3.15 x 3.15 in.])
You can use the TM-2100 Series of Room Command Modules with the
FX07 controller. The setpoint dial enables the room occupant to adjust
the working setpoint of the controller within the range of 12 to 28°C (55
to 85°F) or ± (warmer/cooler) according to the model code.
The occupancy button enables the occupant to request a temporary
occupied (bypass) mode during unoccupied mode (night/weekend)
operation. The occupied (comfort) mode may be shown by an LED
indicator. The room command module is also available with a
three-speed fan override switch. The occupancy functions are
configured in the control application with FX Builder.
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Table 8: Room Command Module Connection Details
Control
Function
Component in
TM Module
Terminal in
TM
Connection to FX07 (Terminal)
22
Power Supply
+ 5 VDC (27)
21
Common
NTC10k
Sensor
AI Com (21)
20
Any AI (23-26) configured in an
AI object as NTC 10k
Potentiometer
23
Any AI (23-26) configured in an
AI object as active input for 0-5 V
for desired setpoint range
Fan Speed
Override
Auto, OFF,
Speed I, Speed
II, Speed III
Potentiometer
51
Any AI (23-26) configured as 0-5
V input channel in a Fan Command
object
or
Any AI (23-26) configured as active
input for 0-5 V and selector logic for
an input signal as follows:
Auto = 0-0.25 V (0-5%)
OFF 0 = 1.0-1.5 V (20-30%)
Speed I = 2.25-2.75 V (45-55%)
Speed II = 3.5-4.0 V (70-80%)
Speed III = 4.7-5.0 V (95-100%)
Occupancy
1
Button
Switch contact
14
Any DI (12-16)
Occupancy
Status2
LED (5 VDC)
15
Any DO switching 5 VDC (27)
Space
Temperature
Setpoint
1. Alternatively, use the Occupancy button switch to short circuit the Space Temperature AI when all the DIs
are required as a control inputs. The Analog Input object for the Space Temperature, configured in the FX
Builder programming tool, can then report the occupancy button press from the LogicUnreliable output.
2. Alternatively, configure an AO of the FX07 controller in the FX Builder programming tool to provide an output
of 0 or 5 VDC to the LED when all the DOs are required as control outputs.
Table 9: Room Command Modules (80 x 80 mm [3.15 x 3.15 in., °C) (European Models)
Product Ordering
Code
Three Speed Fan
Override
Occupancy
Button/Status
Temperature
Setpoint Dial
Built-in
Sensor
TM-2140-0000
TM-2150-0000
-
-
-
NTC 10k
-
Yes
-
TM-2160-0000
-
Yes
12-28°C
TM-2160-0005
-
Yes
± (warmer/cooler)
TM-2160-0002
Yes
Yes
12-28°C
TM-2160-0007
Yes
Yes
± (warmer/cooler)
TM-2190-0000
-
-
12-28°C
TM-2190-0005
-
-
± (warmer/cooler)
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Table 10: Room Command Modules (80 x 120 mm [3.15 x 4.72 in.], °C/°F) (North American
Models)
Product Ordering
Code
Three Speed Fan
Override
Occupancy
Button/Status
Temperature
Setpoint Dial
Built-in
Sensor
TM-2141-0000
TM-2151-0000
-
-
-
NTC 10k
-
Yes
-
TM-2161-0000
-
Yes
55 - 85°F
TM-2161-0005
-
Yes
± (warmer/cooler)
TM-2161-0002
Yes
Yes
55 - 85°F
TM-2161-0007
Yes
Yes
± (warmer/cooler)
TM-2191-0000
-
-
55 - 85°F
TM-2191-0005
-
-
± (warmer/cooler)
TM-2100 Room Command Module Dimensions
Fan Speed
Override
Occupancy
Button
Occupied
LED
Setpoint
Adjustment
Dial
Figure 25: TM-2100 Room Command Module Dimensions, mm (in.)
(European Model)
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Figure 26: Room Command Module, Dimensions, in. (mm)
(North American Model)
Network Room Module (NRM) Series
You can use the Network Room Module with LCD display with the
FX07 controller. The LCD display along with the dial and push button
on the front of the module allows you to view the room temperature,
view and adjust the setpoint temperature in the controller, and manually
override the automatic fan speed control operation. On models available
in North America, you can toggle temperature units between °F and °C.
When you move the dial or press a button, a temporary occupied
(bypass) mode is requested during unoccupied mode (night/weekend)
operation. The unoccupied mode may appear by a flashing LCD
display.
Figure 27: NRM Room Command Modules (80 x 80 mm [3.15 x 3.15 in.])
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Figure 28: NRM Room Command Modules (120 x 80 mm [4.72 x 3.15 in.])
(North American Model)
The NRM Network Room Module connects to the Remote Display
terminals (local link bus) of the FX07 controller. The room command
module accepts a power supply of 15 to 24 VDC or 24 VAC.
Refer to the Network Room Module Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011258)
for details about the physical connections required between the room
command module and the FX07 controller and for details about the
features and functions. A summary of the features of the Network Room
Module (NRM) appears in Table 11 and Table 12.
Table 11: NRM Network Room Modules (80 x 80 mm [3.15 x 3.15 in.])
(European Models)
Ordering Code
Description
LP-NRM001-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display,
no setpoint dial
LP-NRM002-000C
Network Room Module with LCD display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, occupancy function
LP-NRM003-000C
Network Room Module with LCD display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, fan speed override button, occupancy function
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Table 12: NRM Network Room Modules (80 x 120 mm [3.15 X 4.72 in.],
°C/°F) (North American Models)
Ordering Code
Description
LP-NRM001-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display,
no setpoint dial - 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM052-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, °C/°F button, occupancy function - 80 x 80 mm
(3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM053-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, fan speed override button, °C/°F button,
occupancy function - 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM101-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display,
no setpoint dial - 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM152-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, °C/°F button, occupancy function - 120 x 80 mm
(4.72 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM153-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor,
setpoint dial, fan speed override button, °C/°F button,
occupancy function - 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.)
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NRM Network Room Module Dimensions
LCD Display
Fan Speed
Override
Setpoint
Adjustment
Dial
Figure 29: NRM Network Room Module Dimensions, mm (in.)
LCD Display
°F/°C Button
Fan Speed
Override
Setpoint
Adjustment
Dial
Figure 30: NRM Network Room Module Dimensions, mm (in.)
(North American Model)
Mounting and Wiring the Room Command Modules
The TM-2100 or NRM Room Command Module is designed for wall
mounting. You should place the module where occupants can easily
read and adjust the setpoint dial or fan speed override switch. You
should also place the module where the temperature is representative of
the general room conditions. Avoid cold or warm air drafts, radiant
heat, and direct sunlight.
Before connecting or disconnecting any wires, ensure that all power
supplies have been turned off and all wires are potential-free to prevent
equipment damage and avoid electric shock. Terminations are made on
the terminal blocks in the base of the module, which accept one
1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wire or two 0.8 mm (20 AWG) wires.
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All wiring to the module is at Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) (in
Europe, and Class 2 in North America) and must be separated from
power line voltage wiring. Do not run wiring close to transformers or
high-frequency generating equipment. Complete and verify all wiring
connections before applying power to the controller to which the
module is connected.
Remote User Interfaces
In addition to the optional integral user display, the FX07 supports one
MUI display. The MUI is available in two models: panel mount (up to
3 m [9.8 ft]) and wall mount (up to 300 m [1,000 ft]).
For the panel mount connection, use the pre-cabled connection kit
(LP-KIT007-000C), 3 m (9.8 ft) long, with a phone jack on the MUI
side and a preassembled screw connector on the FX07 side.
See Figure 31.
FX07
FX07
Figure 31: Installation of a Remote MUI
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FX Programming Key
The Programming Key is used to upload an application from a computer
or preprogrammed FX07. The application can then be downloaded to
other FX07 controllers.
Figure 32: Programming Key
Connecting the Programming Key to an FX07
To connect the Programming Key to an FX07:
1. Remove power from the controller.
2. If the FX07 has an integral display, slide the keypad section of the
display to the right (use a small screwdriver to release the keypad)
to expose the Programming Key connector port. Plug the
Programming Key into the connector port.
Note: Programming Keys with date code L0639 and later have
the mating connector for the FX07 display port.
3. If the FX07 does not have an integral display, detach any user
interface cables from the Remote Display terminals of the
controller. Plug the Programming Key into the Remote Display
terminals using the adapter provided with the key.
4. Restore power to the controller and download or upload the
application.
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Connecting the Programming Key to a Computer
Figure 33: Programming Key Connection to a Computer
To connect the Programming Key to a computer:
1. Connect the Programming Key using the adapters (included in the
Programming Key kit) to an RS-232C/485 converter connected to
the computer. Use Table 13 as a reference.
Table 13: Programming Key Adapter Kit
Adapter Kit
Adapter
RS-232C/485 Converter
1 (Com)
1
Com
2 (+15VDC)
2
Not used
3 (LL-)
3
RT-
4 (LL+)
4
RT+
2. Power the Programming Key using an AC/DC power adapter.
3. Start FX Loader from the computer.
4. Upload the application.
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Inputs and Outputs
Introduction
The FX07 Controller features the following physical Input/Output (I/O)
channels. You can directly connect up to 17 physical inputs and outputs
to the FX07.
•
four Analog Inputs (AIs)
•
five Digital (Binary) Inputs (DIs)
•
six Digital (Binary) Outputs (DOs)
•
two Analog Outputs (AOs)
Inputs and Outputs Concepts
Analog Inputs
The FX07 controller accepts up to four analog inputs. You can
configure each one, via FX Builder and via jumper configurations, to
read A99, NTC 10k, PT1000, Ni1000 passive temperature inputs, and
Ratiometric (0.5-4.5 V) or 0-10 V active inputs.
Digital Inputs
The FX07 accepts five digital (binary) inputs from free contacts. With
the input filter set at 50 Hz, you can configure a transition counter
(minimum 10 ms On and minimum 10 ms Off) in the control
application for any one or more of the digital inputs.
Analog Outputs
The FX07 provides two analog outputs, 0-10 VDC at 3 mA or Pulse
Width Modulation Signal (PWM) at 100 Hz cycle frequency with a
15 VDC/10 mA reference signal. They are configured in the application
software and by jumper configurations.
Digital Outputs
The FX07 provides six digital (binary) outputs, available in three
hardware configurations:
•
six relays
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•
two triacs and four relays
•
two triacs, three interlocked relays, and one independent relay
Detailed Inputs and Outputs Procedures
Analog Inputs
The four FX07 analog inputs accept a wide range of analog input
signals, either passive or active in the related Analog Input object setup
configuration using FX Builder.
The voltage outputs from the FX07 controller can supply +15 VDC at
20 mA for 0-10 V sensors and +5 V at 15 mA for ratiometric sensors.
This limits the number of active sensors that can be powered by the
controller. Check the sensor current consumption data before
connecting any device.
The ranges of active sensor (voltage) inputs are set in configuration
parameters within the application software using FX Builder. These
parameters, HighRange and LowRange, define the equivalent values for
reading at high (10 V, 4.5 V) and low (0 V, 0.5 V) signal inputs.
Voltage inputs from differential pressure transducers can be linearized
by a square root function (SQRT), which operates over the complete
range of the input.
The passive sensor (resistance) inputs have pre-configured linearization
characteristics within the application software. For these sensors, the
measurement range is fixed, but you can set the reliability range in
software.
The input signal is converted by the FX07 according to the related
Analog Input object setup configuration. The setup possibilities include
the following:
•
A99 Johnson Controls® temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 Johnson Controls temperature sensor
•
Pt1000 temperature sensor
•
NTC 10k ohm temperature sensor
•
linear 0-10 V
•
ratiometric sensor 0.5-4.5 V
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The measurement unit of the analog value also enables the controller to
transmit the measured value via the network in the appropriate format.
(This is particularly important for LONWORKS networks.) Available
configurable units include the following:
•
temperature
•
percentage
•
air pressure
•
liquid pressure
•
flow
•
voltage
A configurable filter object is available in the FX07 application
software for each analog input for the reduction of signal instability.
You can configure an additional anti-spike filter to limit the rate of
change of the input value.
Connecting Passive Resistive Sensors
The FX07 controller provides the power source and linearizes the
signals from Resistive Temperature Device (RTD) sensors connected to
analog inputs to provide a reading in temperature units.
You must configure the analog input to accept the correct passive sensor
type in the control application software loaded into the FX07 controller.
See Figure 34.
FX07
Passive Sensor (RTD)
AI Com
AIn
Figure 34: A99 Resistive Sensor Connection
IMPORTANT: The two passive sensor leads have no polarity; therefore, it is
not necessary to respect any specific order when connecting to the terminal
block.
Connecting Active 0-10 V Sensors
The FX07 accepts active temperature, pressure, flow, humidity, and
other sensors that provide a voltage signal in the range 0 - 10 VDC.
Figure 35 displays the connection between an FX07 and a sensor
powered by the FX07 controller at 15 VDC.
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FX07
Active Sensor 0 – 10V
AI Com
Common
Signal + 0–10V
AIn
+15V Power
+15V
Figure 35: Active Sensor Connection
You must configure the analog input to accept a 0-10 V signal in the
control application software loaded into the FX07.
IMPORTANT: Respect connection polarities when wiring multiple sensors.
Powering an active sensor with the same 24 VAC power supply as the FX07
Field Controller may affect the isolation between the microprocessor and the
power supply. If you disregard the power supply and analog input polarity, a
short circuit may result, causing the external fuse to blow.
Digital Inputs
The FX07 controller accepts five digital (binary) inputs from voltage
free contacts.
Note:
inputs.
There is one common terminal (DI Com) for all five digital
The Digital Input objects in the application software provide the
interface between the hardware digital input channels and the control
logic. A digital input is logically active (true) depending on its polarity
setting. The default setting is Normally Open or Direct. This means the
input is active (true) when the contact is closed. You can set the
parameters in FX Builder.
Connecting Voltage-Free Contacts to Digital Inputs
The voltage-free contacts connect to the controller as shown in
Figure 36.
FX07
Digital Input Volt-free Contact
DI Com
DIn
Figure 36: Voltage Free Contact Connection
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Connecting the Transition Counter Input
The FX07 features a transition counter on one or more of the digital
inputs that samples a pulse signal at 50 Hz maximum, with a minimum
ON time of 10 ms and a minimum OFF time of 10 ms.
The Input Counter object in the application software provides the
interface between the digital input, acting as a transition counter, and
the control application. The totalized value is stored in nonvolatile
memory during a power interruption to the FX07 controller and
retrieved by the object after power restoration. Any pulses during the
power interruption are not counted.
For example, the transition counter counts the number of times an item
of equipment is started.
For informational purposes and energy management, you can also use
the transition counter can as a totalizer for energy consumption
measurement. For primary energy billing applications, a separate utility
meter approved by local authorities is normally required.
Analog Outputs
The FX07 controller provides two analog outputs you can configure as
0-10 VDC (each at 3 mA maximum) or PWM (100 Hz). The Analog
Output objects provide the interface between the four hardware Analog
Output channels and the control application.
You can configure the analog outputs for direct or reverse acting in the
application software. You can limit by high limit (MaxOutput) and low
limit (MinOutput) values.
Connecting the 0-10 V Analog Output
The FX07 analog outputs are commonly used to drive proportional
devices and can be connected to drive any of the Johnson Controls
proportional valve actuators. See Figure 37.
FX07
AO Com
AOn
Actuating Device 0 – 10V
Common
Signal + 0–10V
Com
Power Supply
(see IMPORTANT Note)
Power
Figure 37: Analog Output Connection
IMPORTANT: When the power supply to the actuating device uses the same
common terminal on the device as the analog output, respect the same power
supply connection polarity at any other device that is connected to the FX07
controller.
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Connecting the PWM Analog Output
The PWM configuration of the FX07 Analog Outputs gives additional
flexibility and capability to drive and command fan speed controller,
such as U215LP-PWM Series.
Connecting a Fan Speed Controller with Opto-Isolated PWM
Input
If the PWM input of the fan speed controller is opto-isolated and the fan
speed controller input control circuit requires independent power, the
FX07 provides a Voltage Reference signal of 15 VDC at 10 mA to
power the input. See Figure 38.
Fan Speed Controller (PWM
with reference voltage power)
FX07
AOn PWM
Signal PWM
+ 15 VDC
Reference
signal power
Power Supply
Power Supply
Figure 38: PWM Output with Reference Voltage Connection
Connecting a Fan Speed Controller with PWM Input
If the PWM control circuit of the fan speed controller does not require
independent power, the connection to the FX07 appears in Figure 39.
FX07
AO Com
AOn PWM
Fan Speed Controller (PWM)
Common
Signal PWM
Power Supply
Figure 39: PWM Output Connection
IMPORTANT: When the power supply to the fan speed controller uses the
same common terminal or connection on the device as the analog output,
make sure to respect the same power supply connection polarity at any other
device that is connected to the FX07 controller. Connecting AO Com to 24 V
Com leads to the loss of the isolation of the microprocessor in the FX07. Not
respecting the power supply polarity may result in a short circuit in the power
supply.
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Digital Outputs
The FX07 features six digital (binary) outputs, available in three
hardware configurations:
•
six relays
•
two triacs and four relays
•
two triacs, three interlocked relays and one independent relay
The Digital Output objects in the application software provide the
interface between the hardware digital output channels and the control
application. You can set the parameters in FX Builder.
A digital output can be overridden and its value modified via a
supervisory system if the control application is configured for this
feature.
Using FX Builder, you can configure the Digital Output objects to
provide the output types in Table 14.
Table 14: Output Types
Output
Description
On/Off Output
Commands the DO (triac or relay) to switch on or off depending on the input
request.
Hermetic Compressor
Output
Features all the functions required to switch a hermetic compressor. This output
type provides the logic, interlocking, and timing features required for such an
application.
Duration Adjusting Type
(DAT) Output
Commands the DO (typically a triac) to drive on or off with a time based duty cycle
proportional to the numeric input request. You may set a minimum On/Off time to
avoid very short On pulses when the value is close to the low range value (Output
at 0%) and very short Off pulses when the value is close to the high range value
(Output at 100%).
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Output (Cont.)
Description
Position Adjusting Type
(PAT), Incremental
Control Output
Commands a pair of DOs (typically triacs) to drive a synchronous reversible
electric actuator in one of the two directions in response to a change in the
numeric input request.
A PAT output gives modulating control by using the configured actuator full-stroke
(fully open to fully close) time to drive the actuator for a part of that time base in
proportion to the change in the controlling numeric input. For example, for a
100-second actuator to achieve 40% open, the actuator runs 40 seconds from the
fully closed position.
You may set a deadband, in percent of full-stroke time, to avoid driving the
actuator for very small changes in the output signal. This reduces unnecessary
wear on the drive mechanism.
The PAT object requires two digital output channels, typically triacs. One triac is
switched on when the output must increase. The other triac is switched on when
the output must decrease. The polarity of the PAT can change the increasing and
decreasing physical channels without rewiring.
At 0 or 100% position, the duration of switching increases by a configurable value
(ResyncAmount). This ensures the valve or other controlled device is completely at
its end position. If the estimated position remains fixed at 0 or 100% for a time
equal to a configurable period (typically 2 hours), a synchronization action occurs
according to the ResyncAmount configurable parameter.
If the output remains in a fixed position for more than another configurable period,
the PAT output applies the anti-sticking function (if enabled) to exercise the device
and the drive mechanism. This is particularly useful for water valves that require
regular activity of the inner parts to keep them free to move.
Three Speed Fan Output
= Fan Controller
+ 3 x On/Off Output
Features the functions required to drive a three speed fan for temperature control
with manual override capabilities. The On/Off Outputs are normally connected to
the three interlocked relays to provide protection to the motor windings in hardware
as well as in firmware.
Connecting the Relays
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect each of multiple
power supplies before making electrical connections. More than one
disconnect may be required to completely de-energize equipment. Contact
with components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and
may result in severe personal injury or death.
The FX07 features up to six digital outputs with electromechanical
relays (see
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Technical Specifications for details of ratings).
Each relay contact has a separate common terminal (except the three
interlocked relays where the common terminals are electrically
connected). Each relay also has double isolation between the contact
and the relay coil and between relay contacts. Having a separate
common terminal and double isolation allows the connection of the
relays to different voltage supply sources. See Figure 40.
Relay Control
L
FUSE
230 VAC
N
FX07
DO3 Com
DO3
DEVICE
Figure 40: Relay Output Connection Diagram
Figure 41 displays a typical application of the relay outputs for driving a
three speed fan.
Three Speed Motor
L
FUSE
230 VAC
N
FX07
DO4 Com
DO4
M
DO5
DO6
Figure 41: Three Speed Fan Connection Diagram
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Connecting the Triacs
The FX07 triac (0.5 A, 230 VAC [max.] or 24 VAC) digital outputs are
commonly used to drive valve and damper actuators. For example, the
triac digital outputs can be configured for PAT mode to drive
incremental valve actuators, such as the Johnson Controls VA-7450
actuator. See Figure 42.
Triac Control of
PAT Actuator
DO1 Com
L
230/24 VAC
FX07
increase
DO1
DO2 Com
N
decrease
DO2
Figure 42: Triac Output Connection Diagram
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Operation
Operation Concepts
Communication Services
Using a GSM modem, the FX07 controller can send SMS text messages
to mobile telephones to report alarms and events.
Event Management
The FX07 records events or errors generated by the operating system
and events or alarms associated with data points or variables in the
control application. You can view the active events and the event
history log on the user interfaces. You can also configure the event to
send a message to a mobile phone via an SMS text message.
Trend Logging
This feature enables the recording of four variables at intervals from
1 minute to 1 day for display on the remote user interface.
Time Scheduling
This feature allows on/off control actions based on a weekly time
schedule with holiday exceptions. The real-time clock is backed up by a
rechargeable capacitive battery for a minimum of 10 days at room
temperature after a power failure.
User Interfaces
The FX07 controller has two user interface options (integral or remote)
to display and edit data points and configuration parameters of the
running application. The user interface is fully configurable at design
time.
You can design the user interfaces for the FX07 with up to five different
languages that users can select from the remote user interface.
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Supervisory Option
You can integrate the FX07 into a supervisory building automation
system for continuous monitoring of the control system. Three methods
of integration are supported:
•
N2 Open
•
LONWORKS TP/FT-10
•
BACnet MS/TP
Application Configuration and Commissioning
The FX07 design is based on an object and services oriented
architecture that includes configurable input/output, control algorithm
and real-time functions, and serial communication options. You can
create control applications, download them into the FX07 controller,
and commission the FX07 using the FX Tools software package.
The tools available in the FX Tools software package are as follows:
•
FX Builder: You use FX Builder to program and configure Facility
Explorer controllers (using menus, navigation trees, and graphic
screens). With FX Builder, you use the application configuration to
define the physical inputs and outputs, data point values to be
monitored, and the user interface displays of the controller. FX
Builder also includes an Application Wizard that selects and
configures a predefined application from a library of standard
applications for Facility Explorer controllers (using selection menus
and graphic screens).
•
FX CommPro N2/LON/BACnet Software: Use FX CommPro
N2/LON/BACnet software to commission Facility Explorer
controllers with parameter configuration for control sequence and
loop tuning. The tools in this package also allow you to save
parameter to download to other controllers with the same
application. Three versions of the FX CommPro tool support
controllers on N2 Open, LONWORKS, and BACnet protocol
networks.
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Security
The FX Tools software package and the Facility Explorer controllers
come with embedded security features based on the use of two
Identifiers (IDs):
•
Family ID (embedded in the controller hardware at the factory)
•
Customer ID (embedded in the application file by the user)
The Family ID and the Customer ID provide protection against
downloading an application to the wrong controller. The Customer ID
also prevents the unauthorized access within the software tools to
applications developed by other users.
Application Upload/Download
You can download applications to the controller with the following:
•
FX CommPro N2/LON/BACnet software
•
FX Programming Key (N2 only)
•
FX Loader utility (firmware only)
Detailed Operation Procedures
Communication Services
With a GSM modem connected, the FX07 controller can send SMS text
messages to report alarms and events.
To configure communication (notification) services, select the
Application > Notification Services > SMS menu of FX Builder
(Figure 43).
Figure 43: Edit Service: SMS Configuration Window
Refer to the FX Tools Software Package - FX Builder User Guide
(LIT-12011154) for more information about how to configure these
services.
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Event Management
The FX07 manages and records events or errors that are generated by
the operating system and events or alarms that are associated with data
points or variables in the control application.
System events indicate that the control system requires some attention
and include the following events:
•
system powerup
•
event log buffer full
•
trend log buffer full
•
communication message failure (SMS)
•
application or display diagnostic error
Application events or alarms indicate that the controlled equipment
requires attention or that the controlled conditions are not within the
expected limits. These include the following:
•
analog value is outside of a desired range
•
status value represents a condition that has changed or is not in the
normal condition
You can define up to of 20 binary or enumerated logic values for
application event monitoring with or without the requirement for
acknowledgement.
If an event goes into the active state, a message window appears on the
display screen. You can also configure the event to send a message to a
mobile phone by SMS. The event appears in the active event list and is
only removed from the list when the event is no longer active and
acknowledged (if required) through the user interface or by an SMS
message from the mobile phone. The event is also entered into the event
log with the time and date of occurrence. The event log contains up to
100 events. You can view the events on the user interface.
Events Plug-in
FX Builder includes an Events window (plug-in) that allows you to
define and configure the system and application events and the
messaging services to use. You can define a maximum of 20 events
(Figure 44).
The Events Icon
opens the Events plug-in.
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Figure 44: Events Plug-in
You can associate events with changes in binary or enumerated logic
variables in the Network Profile or the Application Profile. System
events are predefined conditions related to the execution of the
application by the operating system.
The Events window allows you to select the mobile phone (SMS)
destination for each event from the available Contacts or Groups
defined in the Address Book. If you want to send notification to more
than one contact, then you need to define a group from the address book
containing all the contacts to notify.
Trend Logging
You can configure the FX07 Field Controller to record data samples at a
defined interval from up to four variables within the control application.
You can set the sample interval from every minute to once per day. For
example, the onboard memory can hold a trend log of samples taken at
15 minute intervals on 4 variables for up to 30 days. You can view the
trend data for each variable on the remote user interface (MUI). See
Figure 45. You can also read the trend data using the FX CommPro N2
tool.
A system event message generates if the trend buffer is not configured
in the circular recording mode and the buffer becomes full.
20/03/2008 17:34
→ 20.7 °C
20/03/2008 17:24
→ 20.9 °C
▲
▼
Figure 45: Trend Display on MUI
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Trends Plug-in
The Trends window (plug-in) of FX Builder defines the variables
logged in the controller memory.
Clicking on the Trends Icon
Figure 46.
opens the Trends window. See
Figure 46: Trends Configuration Window
With the Trends Maker software feature, you can define trend logging
for up to four analog or logic variables from the application profile
inputs and outputs.
Trend Logging Memory Allocation
Table 15 shows the memory allocation for the trended values.
Table 15: Trend Logging Memory Allocation
Memory
Allocated to
Trends
Memory Usage for One
Maximum Number of
Sample with Time Stamp Samples (with Four
Variables)
64 KB
Float value = 4 Bytes
Profile value = 2 Bytes
Time stamp = 5 Bytes (for all
samples at one time)
3,000 (30 days at 15 minute
sample intervals)
Float values are the object outputs and the profile values are the
Network Profile and Application Profile variables.
If one or more of the four variables are not used, the memory allocation
can be used to increase the allocation of other variables.
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Time Scheduling
The FX07 has a clock that supports all real-time functions. This
includes the display of time and date on the user interface and the time
stamping of each recorded event. After a power failure, a rechargeable
capacitive battery (fully charged) can back up the real-time clock for a
minimum of 10 days at 25°C (77°F).
The real-time clock also enables the time scheduling of start and stop
commands and occupancy mode changes to the plant you want to
monitor and control. You can display and edit time schedules on the
integral user interface (On/Off Scheduler only) or on a remote MUI user
interface.
On-Off Time Scheduler
The On-Off Time Scheduler object controls a binary (On-Off) output
according to a configurable event schedule, real time, day of the week,
and holidays (or exception days) in the calendar.
Use FX Builder to configure the scheduler. Use FX CommPro to
modify the scheduler in a graphic format. You can modify the scheduler
from the integral/remote interface if configured in the application.
You can also define a logic command to force the Time Scheduler
object output to On or Off for a simple override function from a user
interface.
Figure 47: On-Off Scheduler Definition
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Weekly Occupancy Scheduler
The Weekly Occupancy Scheduler object controls a multi-state output
with the states of Occupied, Standby, and Unoccupied. This is
according to a configurable event schedule, real time, day of the week,
and holidays (exception days) in the calendar.
Use FX Builder to configure the scheduler and FX CommPro to modify
the scheduler in a graphic format. You can modify the scheduler from
the remote interface (MUI) if the scheduler was configured in the
application.
You can also define a multi-state command to force the Time Scheduler
object output to Occupied, Standby, or Unoccupied. This can be used as
a simple override function from a user interface.
Figure 48: Weekly Occupancy Scheduler Definition
Exceptions Calendar
Use the Exceptions Calendar in FX Builder to define holidays or exception
days in a graphic format. Use FX CommPro to modify the holidays or
the integral or remote user interface if configured in the application.
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User Interfaces
The FX07 supports one or two user interfaces, which enable you to
display and edit data points and configuration parameters of the running
application. The user interface is fully configurable at design time. The
design and use of a user interface is optional and the controller can
operate without the display.
The FX07 may have an integral user interface (Figure 50) and can also
support one remote user interface (MUI):
•
Panel mount MUI: non-isolated version up to 3 m (9.8 ft) from the
controller with power supply and data communication via the flat
telephone cable with order code LP-KIT007-000C
•
Wall mount MUI: up to 300 m (1,000 ft) from the controller. The
wall mount display must be independently powered and the data
communication is transmitted over a three core shielded cable (not
provided) connected to the Remote Display terminals of the FX07.
You can also panel mount the wall mount version may when the
panel is further than 3 m (9.8 ft) from the controller.
Integral User Interface
The integral user interface is fully configurable within the application.
See Figure 50 and Figure 51.
Figure 49: Detail of the FX07 Controller LCD User Interface
Figure 50: FX07 with Integral Display
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The integral user interface specifications are as follows:
•
two display lines with 4 alpha-numeric characters (13 segment)
•
blue or red colored background
•
graphic status icons: compressor (2), alarm, high pressure, low
pressure, maintenance, heat, cool, defrost and electric heat symbols
•
four command buttons for user control functions
•
navigation menu for user guidance
The integral user interface typically provides the following:
•
display of status information
•
display of active events and event log
•
background lighting with red color when an alarm condition exists
•
display and modification of setpoints
•
display and modification of configuration parameters
The remote user interface (MUI Version 3) (Figure 51) provides the
following:
•
4 x 26 character, backlit LCD display
•
Panel mount, non-isolated version - LP-DIS60P20-0C
•
Wall mount isolated version - LP-DIS60P21-0C
•
IP54 protection rating when mounted in a panel
Figure 51: Medium User Interface
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Integral Display Operation
Home Page
The home page (Figure 52) displays the value of one data point. If there
is a text name for the data point, the text appears on the first line of the
display. If the text has more than four characters, the name scrolls on
the display. The maximum length for the text is 32 characters.
SETP
22.5°C
Figure 52: Example Home Page
Display and Keypad Modes
The action of the keypad depends on the mode of the display. Table 16
describes the keypad actions in the Selection mode.
Table 16: Keypad Actions in Selection Mode
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll the displayed lines of text or data up and down (when
more than two lines of text).
OK
Go to Edit mode and the selected value starts to blink.
C
Return to the Home Page.
Table 17 describes the keypad actions in the Edit mode.
Table 17: Keypad Actions in Edit Mode
Keypad
Description
U / V
Increase/decrease the value.
OK
Confirm the edited value.
C
Cancel the operation and return to Selection mode.
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Menu Page
To open the Menu Page, press the C button when the Home Page
appears.
When the Menu Page appears, the menu icon also appears. The upper
row displays a sequential index number and the lower row displays the
menu item tag text. If the text has more than four characters, the tag
scrolls from right to left on the display. See Table 18.
Table 18: Menu Page
Display
-01-
Menu Item
menu
Password
(Standard)
PASS..
-02-
menu
Events
(Standard)
EVEN..
-03-
menu
Schedulers
(Standard)
SCHE..
-04-
menu
Temperatures
(User Defined)
TEMP..
-05-
menu
Fans
(User Defined)
FANS
Table 19 describes the keypad actions on the Menu page.
Table 19: Keypad Actions on the Menu Page
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the menu items.
OK
Go to the selected menu item page.
C
Return to the Home Page.
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Password Menu
After you select the Password menu, the Log-in page appears
(Figure 53).
The upper row displays the User IDs in the controller, and the lower
row is used for the user to enter the required password.
USR1
****
Figure 53: Password Menu
Table 20 describes the keypad actions on the Log-in Page.
Table 20: Keypad Actions on the Log-in Page
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the list of User IDs.
OK
Confirm the user name. Displays and waits for the entry of first
digit of password.
C
Abort password entry and return to the Home Page.
Table 21 describes the keypad actions on the Log-in Page (during
password entry).
Table 21: Keypad Actions on the Log-in Page (During Password Entry)
Keypad
Description
U / V
Increase or decrease the active digit.
OK
Confirm the digit value. Next digit becomes active.
After entry of last digit, the password is verified.
If the password is wrong, a warning message appears.
C
Return to previous digit.
Event Summary Menu
The Events Summary page appears after you select the Events menu
item, or it appears automatically when an event becomes active.
When an event becomes active, the display appears with the red
backlight. See Figure 54. The backlight changes to blue when the event
returns to normal or after you press any key.
12:45
LOW..
Figure 54: Event Example (LOW ROOM TEMP 12.45)
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The upper row displays the time that the event became active. The
lower row displays a scrolling text comprising an index, the event name
(maximum 10 characters), the event state (maximum 10 characters), and
the date of the event
The index indicates that more than one event is active and that other
events can be displayed by scrolling up and down.
If the event requires acknowledgement, the
symbol flashes when the
event appears on the screen. When the event is acknowledged (or does
not require acknowledgement), the symbol appears steady when the
event is still active and disappears when inactive. If an event becomes
inactive but has not been acknowledged, the symbol continues to flash
and disappears when acknowledged.
An event is acknowledged by pressing the OK key but this function is
only active when you have already entered your password with at least
level 1 access authority. See Table 22.
Table 22: Keypad Actions on the Event Summary Menu
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the active events.
C
Return to the Home Page.
OK
Acknowledge event (requires password with level 1 access).
Schedulers Menu
The FX07 display supports the On/Off Scheduler and the Exception
Days Calendar.
When an On/Off Scheduler is defined in the control application, the
Schedulers menu item is automatically added to the display
configuration.
The Schedulers submenu page appears after you select the Schedulers
menu. See Figure 55 and Figure 56.
-01-
CALE..
Figure 55: Schedulers Submenu - Calendar
-02-
ON/O..
Figure 56: Schedulers Submenu - On/Off Scheduler
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Calendar (Month Selection)
After you select the Exception Days menu item, the Month Selection
page appears. The upper row displays the current year and the lower
row displays the current month. You can scroll through the next
11 months on the display. See Table 59.
2006
DEC
Figure 57: Month Selection Page Example
Table 23 describes the keypad actions on the Month Selection page.
Table 23: Keypad Actions on the Month Selection Page
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the months of the year.
OK
Select the displayed month and display days of the month.
C
Return to Schedulers submenu.
Calendar (Day Programming)
After you select the month, the Day Programming page appears. The
upper row displays the day of the week. The lower row displays the day
number and its status. You can scroll through all the days of the month
and set the status. See Table 60.
MON
04-H
Figure 58: Day Programming Page Example
Table 24 describes the keypad actions on the Day Programming page.
Table 24: Keypad Actions on the Day Programming Page
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the days of the month.
OK
Confirm the day and the status starts to blink.
C
Return to the Month Selection.
Table 25 describes the keypad actions on the Day Programming page (if
the status blinks).
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Table 25: Keypad Actions on the Day Programming Page (if the Status
Blinks)
Keypad
Description
U / V
Change the status.
N= Normal Day, A= Alternate Day, H=Holiday
OK
Confirm the status. Status stops blinking.
C
Return to Day Programming page.
On/Off Scheduler (Schedulers Selection)
After you select the On/Off Scheduler menu item, the Schedulers
Selection page appears. The upper row displays the index and the lower
row displays the scheduler name tag. If the name tag is longer than four
characters, the text scrolls from right to left on the display (Table 61).
-01-
PUMP..
-02-
FAN..
-03-
ECON..
Figure 59: Schedulers Selection Pages
Table 26 describes the keypad actions on the Schedule Selection pages.
Table 26: Keypad Actions on the Schedulers Selection Pages
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the defined schedulers.
OK
Select the displayed scheduler and display Edit page.
C
Return to Schedulers submenu.
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On/Off Scheduler (Schedulers View/Edit)
After you select the Scheduler, the Schedulers View/Edit page appears.
The upper row displays the index of the timed on/off event and the
lower row displays the scrolling text: ENTER TO VIEW/EDIT. You
can set up to 21 timed On/Off events for each Scheduler (Figure 60).
-01-
ENTE..
-02-
VIEW..
-21-
EDIT
Figure 60: Schedulers View/Edit Pages
Table 27 describes the keypad actions on the Schedulers View/Edit
pages.
Table 27: Keypad Actions on the Schedulers View/Edit Pages
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the 21 timed On/Off events.
OK
Select the timed on/off event to view and edit, and the start time
(FROM) page appears.
C
Return to Schedulers Selection.
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On/Off Scheduler (Stop/Start Time Editing)
After you select a timed On/Off event (1-21), the Start/Stop pages
appear. The upper row displays the time of the event (hour:minute) and
the lower row displays FROM (start time) or TO (stop time). See
Figure 61.
07:00
FROM
18:30
TO
Figure 61: Stop/Start Time Editing Pages
Table 28 describes the keypad actions on the Stop/Start Time Editing
pages.
Table 28: Keypad Actions on the Stop/Start Time Editing Pages
Keypad
Description
U / V
Select Start/Stop page: FROM or TO
OK
Enter edit mode for time. Field to edit blinks.
C
Return to Schedulers View/Edit page.
Table 29 describes the keypad actions on the Stop/Start Time Editing
pages (if the time field blinks).
Table 29: Keypad Actions on the Stop/Start Time Editing Pages (if the
Time Field Blinks)
Keypad
Description
U / V
Increase or decrease the blinking number (hour or minute).
OK
Confirm the new number and move to next field.
C
Return to previous page.
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On/Off Scheduler (Day of Week Editing)
You can scroll from the Start/Stop page to the Day of Week pages. The
upper row shows the day of the week or HOL (holiday) and the
selection status. The lower row shows WEEK. You can scroll through
all the days of the week on the display and set the selection status. See
Figure 62.
SUN*
WEEK
HOL*
WEEK
SAT*
WEEK
Figure 62: Day of Week Pages
Table 30 describes the keypad actions on the Day of Week pages.
Table 30: Keypad Actions on the Day of Week Pages
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll through the days of the week and Holiday.
OK
Confirm the day and enter status edit mode.
C
Return to the Month Selection.
Table 31 describes the keypad actions on the Day of Week pages (in
Status Edit mode).
Table 31: Keypad Actions on the Day of Week Pages (in Status Edit
Mode)
Keypad
Description
U / V
Change the status.
* = selected day for timed event
blank (no *) = day not selected for timed event
OK
Confirm the status and return to Day of Week page.
C
Return to Day of Week page without changing the status.
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Setup Menu - N2/BACnet Baud Rate and N2/BACnet Address
Selection
Use the Setup menu to set the N2 or BACnet communication baud rate.
Use the Setup menu to also set the N2 or BACnet address of an FX07
when the parameter option on the display is selected on the DIP
switches for the N2 Open or BACnet communication card.
Note:
You do not use the Setup menu when a LON communication
card is installed in the FX07 controller or when the N2/BACnet baud
rate and N2/BACnet address are set on the DIP switches.
The Setup menu does not appear in the Menu page. You activate the
Setup menu when you press the OK and C buttons together as you are
powering up the controller. The first display is for the N2/BACnet baud
rate selection.
N2/BACnet Baud Rate Selection
For N2 networks, the only valid baud rate is 9600. For BACnet MS/TP
networks, you can set the baud rate to 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800, or
AUTO. In AUTO mode, the FX07 controller sets the baud rate
according to the messages received on the bus.
For BACnet MS/TP communication with a Metasys NAE supervisory
system, you must select the baud rate of 38400 (factory default setting)
or AUTO.
BAUD
9600
Figure 63: N2 Baud Rate Selection
BAUD
3840 0
Figure 64: BACnet MS/TP Baud Rate Selection
Table 32 describes the keypad actions for N2/BACnet Baud Rate
Selection.
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Table 32: Keypad Actions for N2 Baud Rate Selection
Keypad
Description
U / V
Scroll the values: 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800, and AUTO. Set
the value to 9600 for the N2 bus and as required for a BACnet
network.
OK
Confirm the selected baud rate.
C
Cancel the baud rate selection.
N2/BACnet Address Selection
The FX07 communicates as a slave device on the N2 network and must
have an address of 255 or below. The FX07 communicates as a master
device on the BACnet MS/TP network and must have an address of 127
or below (Figure 65).
Note:
On the field bus network of a Metasys NAE or NCE
controller, addresses 0 to 3 are reserved for specific supervisory
functions.
Figure 65: N2 or BACnet Address Selection
Table 33 describes the keypad actions for N2/BACnet Baud Rate
Selection.
Table 33: Keypad Actions for N2/BACnet Address Selection
Keypad
Description
U / V
Increase or decrease the N2 Address from 1 to 255 and the
BACnet Address from 0 to 127.
OK
Confirm the selected N2 or BACnet Address.
C
Cancel the N2/BACnet Address selection.
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Multi-language Database
All the text on the screen is fully programmable and can be entered in
up to five different languages using the table provided in the
programming tool that lists all the texts for translation. You can then
select the preferred language from a screen menu when you log onto the
system.
The user interface display configuration window (plug-in) allows you to
develop the display application in the chosen primary language. The
export feature then transfers of all the different text strings and names of
variables to a file for translation. The first language determines the
length of each text and the other language translations cannot exceed
this text length.
The import feature inserts the additional language databases into the
display application and makes it ready to download.
This feature is designed for equipment manufacturers who export
systems to many countries or for systems in areas where more than one
language is spoken.
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Supervisory Option
You can integrate the FX07 Field Controller into a supervisory building
management system for continuous monitoring of the control system.
The FX07 supports three methods of integration:
•
N2 Open network
•
LONWORKS TP/FT-10 network
•
BACnet MS/TP network.
N2 Open Network
You can connect an FX07 with an N2 Open communication card to the
N2 Open network of a supervisory system, such as a Building
Automation System (BAS). The BAS then has access to the control
network variables and parameters available in the network profile of the
FX07.
The list of variables and parameters available to the network is defined
in the N2 network profile. The N2 network profile is part of the
application loaded to the controller. You can customize the network
profile for each device.
The FX07, like every other controller in the Facility Explorer family, is
an N2 Open Compatible Vendor Device (VND). FX Builder generates a
file (.prn) that contains the relevant information from the control
application for the integration of the FX07 controller into a supervisory
system or controller with an N2 Open interface. The .prn file contains
columns labeled Point Type and Point Address. This information
generates the Network Point Type and Network Point Address in the
supervisory system or controller.
N2 Open Network Profile Limits
The FX07 N2 Open interface exposes up to 62 volatile application
points and up to 100 permanent application points as application points
to the N2 Open Network Profile. The device application profile imposes
this limitation.
Each application point may be mapped into one of the seven regions
(data types) of the N2 Open protocol using FX Builder.
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LONWORKS TP/FT-10 Network
You can order the FX07 controller with a LON communication card.
The LON communication card enables the FX07 controller to send data
to other LON controllers on a LONWORKS TP/FT-10 network. The
FX07 controller can also send data to a supervisory system or controller
fitted with a LONWORKS network interface card.
Use FX Builder to define both the control application and the LON
network profile for the FX07. The Network Variable Input (NVI) and
Network Variable Output (NVO) points in the network profile of the
control application can be configured by a LONWORKS network
configuration tool to transmit and receive data over the LONWORKS bus.
This allows a network of FX07 controllers fitted with the LON
communication card to share data on a peer-to-peer basis. A network
supervisory controller is not required unless you want a LON
supervisory system to monitor the network.
LONWORKS Network Profile Limits
The FX07 LONWORKS interface can expose the following limits from
the application points in the application profile to the LONWORKS
network:
• up to 62 Network Variables (NVIs and NVOs). Three of the 62 NVs
are automatically defined as part of the FX07’s Node Object, and
include nviRequest, nvoStatus,and nvoFileDiretory. The remaining
59 NVs can be manually defined from the application points in the
Application Profile.
•
up to 100 Configuration Parameters (CPs)
These limits are imposed by the LONWORKS Neuron processor on the
communication card.
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BACnet MT/SP Network
You can connect an FX07 with a BACnet communication card to the
BACnet MS/TP bus network of a supervisory system such as a Building
Automation System (BAS). The BAS then has access to the control
network variables and parameters available in the FX07’s network
profile.
The list of variables and parameters available to the BACnet network is
defined in the BACnet network profile. The BACnet network profile is
part of the application loaded to the controller and can be customized
for each device.
BACnet Network Profile Limits
The FX07 BACnet network interface exposes up to 62 volatile
application points and up to 100 permanent application to the BACnet
network profile. The device application network profile imposes this
limitation.
Each application point, depending on its data type, may be mapped to
one of the supported BACnet object types of the BACnet protocol using
FX Builder.
The maximum number of BACnet objects of each type that you can
define in the BACnet Network Profile within the FX07 Master
Controller is shown in Table 34.
Table 34: BACnet Supervisory Network Profile Maximum Limits
BACnet Object
Description
Qty
BACnet Object
Description
Qty
Analog Input
4
Calendar
2
Analog Output
4
Device
1
Analog Value
50
Event Enrollment
16
Binary Input
5
Multistate Value
56
Binary Output
6
Notification Class
2
Binary Value
10
Schedule
4
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Application Configuration and Commissioning
FX Builder
You can program and configure the FX07 controller using the menus,
navigation trees and graphic screens of FX Builder. FX Builder is part of
the FX Tools Pro software package. The configuration includes the
definition of the devices to connect, the physical inputs, outputs, and data
points to monitor, and the format of the user interfaces.
You can generate applications in a graphic screen environment with
features that help you build the application quickly and accurately. The
applications are built from standard function modules and control
objects that nest in custom assemblies and can be saved for reuse in
other applications. FX Builder offers complete flexibility in the
generation of custom applications but has the features to reuse existing
assemblies and standard applications where appropriate for an economic
solution.
The configuration includes the definition of the physical inputs and
outputs, the data point values to be monitored for supervisory,
commissioning and servicing functions, and the format of the user
interface displays.
You can define the communication parameters for supervisory functions
and event messaging in FX Builder. You can define user profiles with
passwords to protect the FX07 controller from unauthorized access. You
also generate and configure trend logs and time schedules in
FX Builder.
FX Builder builds the control functions that the FX07 controller
executes, including the commands from the integral or remote display,
SMS messages, or a supervisory system if connected to the controller
via a communications card.
The FX07 controller arrives without an application, and the application
is normally downloaded in the Original Equipment Manufacturer
(OEM) factory or at the job site. If you want to load a standard
application into a large number of controllers, the controller can be
delivered from the factory with the application already loaded on
request.
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Figure 66: FX Builder
Control Application and Network Profile
Use FX Builder to build the control application that the FX07 controller
executes when downloaded into the controller. You also use FX Builder
to generate a network profile through which the controller
communicates to other devices on a control system network. You can
select the network profile for the N2 Open protocol, the LON protocol,
or the BACnet MS/TP protocol.
Use FX Builder to build control algorithms and logic on a graphical
canvas by creating and connecting instances of the objects in the
database of the controller. An object is a functional block with inputs,
attributes, an internal processing method, and outputs.
By means of connections between inputs and outputs, values can pass
between the objects or between the objects and the network profile. A
connection always has the same direction: from the source to the
destination. Sources can be the network variables inputs and
configuration parameters in the network profile, and the object outputs.
Destinations are the network variable outputs in the network profile and
the object inputs.
The object inputs are used by the object to obtain values from other
objects or from the control system network via the network profile.
The object uses the object outputs to present its results. The object
outputs can then be used by other objects or they can be sent to other
devices through the network profile and the control system network.
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The objects also have some static values, set at design-time, known as
attributes. These values are typically used to determine the behavior of
an object or as default values in case input values are missing or have
invalid values.
When developing an application, a maximum of 200 instances of the
available objects can be included. The available objects in the FX07
controller are shown in Table 35.
The control application and logic can also interact with the alarm and
event management, user interfaces, and communication services to
generate information and alarm messages for the user.
Distributed Application
In addition, use FX Builder to build a distributed application that
encompasses the control functions of a master controller. The
FX16 Master Controller supports 16 slave controllers and the
MD20 Master Display supports 8 slave controllers on its local link bus.
Any or all of the slave controllers can be an FX07 controller. The
application is downloaded to the master controller, which then
automatically downloads the appropriate part of the application to the
slave controllers.
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FX07 Object List
Table 35: FX07 Object List
Object Category
Object Name
Input
Analog Input
Digital Input1
Occupancy Input1
Temporary Occupancy
Fan Controller Command
Input Counter
Output
LED
Analog Output1
On/Off Output1
DAT Output1
PAT Output1
Hermetic Compressor (x3)
Numeric Functions
Extended Calculation
Timer w/ Reset
Timer
Compare
Constant
Event Counter
Butterworth Filter
Integrator
Average (8 input)
Average (2 input)
Maximum (8 input)
Maximum (2 input)
Minimum (8 input)
Minimum (2 input)
Selector (8 input)
Selector (2 input)
Psychrometric 1
Psychrometric 2
Ramp
Sample and Hold
Span1
Segment
1
Time Counter
Storage Element
Control Functions
Automatic Economizer
Proportional Integral Derivative (PID)
Controller
On/Off Controller
1
Fan Controller
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Object Category (Cont.)
Object Name
Logic Functions
AND (8 input)
AND (2 input)
OR (8 input)
OR (2 input)
XOR (8 input)
XOR (2 input)
NOT
Enumeration Override
Enumeration Logic
Output Override Logic
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
Alarm
Analog Alarm (Auto Reset)
Manual Reset Binary Alarm
Out of Range
Compressor Envelope
Special Functions
Emergency/Application Mode
Binary Sequencer
General Setpoint
Occupancy Mode
Sensor Failure
Temperature Setpoint
Load Manager
Optimal Start Stop
Array Sequencer (8 outputs)
Sequencer (4 outputs)
Source Mode
Summer-Winter Compensation
Application Control
End Application
Schedulers
Exceptions Calendar
On-Off Time Scheduler
Weekly Occupancy Scheduler
Unit Conversion
Convert Format
UNVT_logic to SNVT_state
SNVT_state to UNVT_logic
Enumeration to UNVT_logic
SNVT_switch to UNVT_logic
SNVT_hvac_status generator
SNVT_chlr_status generator
SNVT_lev_disc to SNVT_switch
Refrigeration
Accumulative Defrost
Refrigeration Defrost
Refrigeration Defrost Initiation
Refrigerant Saturation Properties
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Object List (Cont.)
Object
Extension
Room Sensor (NRM)
System Functions
Clock and Date Set
System Resource
Real-Time Clock2
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2
1. New enhanced version of object in FX Platform at Release 2.0.
2. Real-Time Clock object was replaced by Clock and Date Set object.
Note:
The previous versions of the enhanced objects that appear in
FX Builder for the FX07 controller as Obsolete and are available only
for older applications.
You can use several objects of the same type within one control
application. Each copy of an object type is called an instance of the
object, and you can configure each instance differently according to the
application requirements. For example, to read the physical inputs AI1
and AI2 on a controller, the control application should include two
instances of the Analog Input object, which differ in their configuration.
One instance is configured to read Channel 1. The other instance should
read Channel 2. The FX07 controller supports up to 200 object
instances in the control application.
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FX CommPro N2/LON/BACnet Software
Use FX CommPro (available in the N2 Open, LON, and BACnet
versions) to commission Facility Explorer devices including the FX07
controller.
In FX CommPro, you can display and monitor the network profile of
the connected controller with its Inputs, Outputs, Values, and
Configuration Parameters. See Figure 67.
Depending on the protocol used and the selection of objects and data
types, some variables and parameters are read/write values, and you can
modify them; however, other variables and parameters are for
monitoring purpose only and you cannot modify them.
Use FX CommPro to download the control application into the FX07
controller. FX CommPro N2 monitors and downloads applications
(using the N2 Open protocol) when the FX07 is equipped with an
N2 Open or RS-232C communication card. FX CommPro LON
monitors and downloads applications using the LON protocol when the
FX07 is equipped with a LON communication card. FX CommPro
BACnet software monitors and downloads applications using the
BACnet MS/TP protocol when the FX07 controller is equipped with
BACnet communication card.
Figure 67: FX CommPro N2 Tool Main Screen
Use FX CommPro N2 or FX CommPro BACnet software to also
download updated firmware into the FX07 controller with an N2 or
BACnet communications card. To download new firmware to an FX07
controller with a LON communications card, the LON card must be
replaced by an N2 or RS-232C communications card and downloaded
using the N2 protocol.
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FX Loader Utility
Use FX Loader to download an FX07 control application into the FX
Programming Key (N2 protocol only).
The FX Loader can also download an application using the N2 Open or
LON protocol according to whether the FX07 is equipped with an N2
Open, RS-232C, or LON communication card.
From FX Loader, you can also download firmware updates to the
FX07 controller and other devices in the FX platform (via N2 Open
communication card only).
Figure 68: FX Loader Utility
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Security
The FX Tools Pro and Facility Explorer controllers have an embedded
security feature based on the use of two identifiers: the Family ID and
the Customer ID.
Family ID
The Family ID identifies the different controller hardware types and
prevents the downloading of an application to the wrong controller.
Table 36: Family IDs
Facility Explorer Controller
FX Builder
Code
Family ID
FX05 (Advanced) Controller
FX05P11-02
0218
FX05P11-12
0210
FX05P11-22
0211
FX05P12-02
0212
FX05P12-12
0214
FX05P12-22
0215
FX05P13-02
0213
FX05P13-12
0216
FX05P13-22
0217
FX06 Compact Controller (Models FX06P0x,
FX06P2x, and FX06P3x) Original and Rev. A
FX06P0x
0701
FX06 Compact Controller (Models FX06P1x)
Original and Rev. A
FX06P1x
0700
FX07 Field Controller (Models FX07Dxx and
FX07Axx) Original
FX07D0x
0900
FX07 Field Controller (Models FX07Dxx and
FX07Axx) Rev. A (BACnet)
FX07Dnn Rev. A
0904
FX14 Field Controller (Models FX14Dxx)
Original and Rev. A
FX14D1x
0801
FX14 Field Controller (Models FX14Dx4)
Rev. B (BACnet)
FX14Dnn Rev. B
0804
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Facility Explorer Controller (Cont.)
FX Builder
Code
Family ID
FX15 Field Controller (Models FX15D1x,
FX15D2x, FX15D6x, FX15D7x, FX15X1x,
FX15X2x, FX15X6x, FX15X7x) Original and
Rev. A
FX15D1x
0402
FX15 Universal Controller (All models
FX15D0x, FX15D5x) Original and Rev. A
FX15D0x
0401
FX16 Master Controller (All Models FX16Dxx
and FX16Xxx) Original and Rev. A
FX16D0x
0501
FX16 Master Controller (All Models FX16Xx4)
Rev. B (BACnet)
FX16Xnn Rev. B
0504
FXVMA VAV Box Controller
FXVMA1x
0A02
Master Display
MD20D00
0600
MD20D01
0601
MD20D02
0602
MD20D03
0603
MD20D04
0604
MD20D05
0605
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Customer ID
The customer ID protects a custom developed application within a
controller. The customer ID also prevents unauthorized users from
editing the application source code in FX Builder. Three Customer ID
types are used:
•
Public ID (default)
Any user with the Public ID enabled in FX Builder can modify,
download, and commission applications configure and save with the
Public ID. All controllers (except demo controllers) arrive from the
factory with the Public ID as default.
•
Demo ID
You can only download applications configured and saved with the
Demo ID to demo controllers (with the Demo ID in their database)
or to controllers with the Public ID. Only users with the Demo ID in
FX Builder can modify applications with the Demo ID.
The FX Tools CD provides the Demo ID and is normally used in
sales offices. Use the Demo ID to prevent demonstration equipment
or product samples from being used for installations.
•
Customer Specific/Private ID
Only users with the same Customer Specific ID enabled in
FX Builder can read and modify source files for applications
configured and saved with a Customer Specific ID. Once you
download a controller with a Customer Specific ID, the controller
becomes customer specific and only allows users with the same
Customer Specify ID to download applications. Unique Customer
IDs are available to branch offices on request. Special Customer ID
files are not included on the FX Tools CD. You can only reset a
controller with a Customer Specific ID to the Public ID by returning
it to the Johnson Controls factory or repair center.
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Application Download
With the FX07, you can download the control application to the
controller via a computer with software in the FX Tools Suite. You can
also download applications via the FX Programming Key
(N2 applications only).
Computer Connection
To download an application via a connection to a computer, the FX07
needs to have a communication card (N2 Open, RS-232C, LON, or
BACnet) installed.
•
N2 Open or RS-232C Card
Use an RS-232C to RS-485 converter (for example, IU-9100 or
LP-KIT200-000C) to connect the computer to the Supervisory Link
terminals of the N2 Open card of the FX07. Make sure the converter
supports the Automatic Send Data Control and does not require
Request To Send (RTS)/Clear To Send (CTS) control.
Use a null modem cable (see Ordering Codes) to connect the
computer to the Supervisory Link terminals of the RS-232C card of
the FX07.
Use FX CommPro N2 to download the application. Select N2 Open
or Direct for RS-232C. The N2 Open network profile or
communication service parameters are also downloaded to the
FX07 controller.
•
LON Card
Use an SLTA or a PCC10 LON interface converter to connect the
computer to the Supervisory Link terminals of the LON card of the
FX07 controller.
Use the FX CommPro LON to download the application. The LON
network profile is also loaded into the LON card.
•
BACnet Card
Use a BACnet IP to MS/TP Adapter (for example, Ordering Code
LP-KIT204-000C) to connect the computer to the Supervisory Link
terminals of the BACnet card of the FX07 controller. Note that the
adapter must support the MS/TP protocol; a simple Ethernet IP to
RS-485 converter is not able to communicate on the BACnet MS/TP
bus.
Use the FX CommPro BACnet software to download the
application. The BACnet network profile is also downloaded to the
FX07 controller.
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FX Programming Key (N2 Applications Only)
The FX Programming Key allows you to download an application to the
FX07 controller. This is convenient if you load multiple controllers with
the same application on a construction site or in the factory at the end of
the production line. To load the FX07, press a button. There is no need
for a computer, communication card, or converter.
Before you use the FX Programming Key, you need to load it with the
desired application. You can load the Programming Key via FX Loader
(Version 3.1.3 and later), or you can load it from an already programmed
FX07 controller.
Loading the Programming Key from a Preprogrammed FX07
To load the Programming Key from a preprogrammed FX07:
1. Remove power from the FX07 Controller.
2. Connect the Programming Key to the Remote Display terminals of
the FX07 controller.
Note:
The FX Programming Key also connects to the
communication port in the integral display panel of the FX07 (if
installed). To access the programming key port, slide the keypad to
the right, away from the display. You may need to use a small
screwdriver to release the keypad section from the display section.
3. Restore power to the FX07 controller. The two LEDs on the
Programming Key blink alternately. This indicates that you have to
select an operation.
4. Press the Programming Key button to move from uploading to
downloading and vice-versa (the corresponding LED blinks
quickly).
5. Make sure the green Upload LED is blinking and then confirm the
Uploading action by pressing the button for more than 3 seconds.
During the upload process, the LED blinks. When the operation
successfully ends, the blinking stops and the green LED remains on. If
the operation fails, the two LEDs blink together.
Note:
If parameter values in the source FX07 controller have been
changed by the user via the display or via a computer connection (using
FX CommPro), these changes are not uploaded to the Programming
Key. The application uploaded contains the parameter defaults that were
saved by FX Builder at design time.
Once loaded, you can use the Programming Key to download the
application to other FX07 controllers.
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Loading the Programming Key from FX Loader
To load the Programming Key from FX Loader:
1. Connect the Programming Key to an RS-485/232 converter via the
plug-adapter.
2. Power the Programming Key with an AC/12 VDC power adapter.
Figure 69: FX Loader - Device Selection Page
3. Start FX Loader.
4. Select N2 Open and the FX-AppKey icon (Figure 69).
5. Power the Programming Key via the AC/DC adapter. The two LEDs
blink alternately, indicating that you need to select an operation.
6. Select the application in FX Loader to load (Figure 70).
Figure 70: FX Loader - Application Selection
7. Press the Programming Key button until the green Upload LED
blinks.
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8. Press the button for 3 seconds to confirm the Upload action
9. Click Next.
10. Click Download to transfer the application from FX Loader to the
Programming Key.
If the key already contains an application, FX Loader asks you whether
you want to keep or erase it. If you answer No, the operation ends. If you
answer Yes, the application in the Programming Key is erased and the
new application loads.
When the application loads, the LED blinks. When the operation ends
successfully, the blinking stops and the green LED remains on. If the
operation fails, the two LEDs blink together.
Downloading the Application from the Programming Key to
the FX07
To download the application from the Programming Key to the FX07
controller:
1. Remove power from the FX07 controller.
2. Connect the Programming Key to the remote display port.
Note: The FX Programming Key can directly connect to the
communication port in the integral display panel of the FX07 (if
installed). To access the programming key port, slide the keypad to
the right, away from the display.
3. Restore power to the FX07 Controller. The Programming Key turns
on and the two LEDs blink alternately. This indicates that you need
to select an operation.
4. Press the FX Programming Key button to move from upload to
download mode and vice-versa (the relative LED blinks rapidly).
5. Make sure the yellow Download LED is blinking and then press the
buttons for more than 3 seconds to confirm the download.
During the download process, the yellow LED blinks. When the
operation successfully ends, the 2 LEDs blink alternately and the
controller starts running the new application. If the operation fails, the
two LEDs blink together.
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Security
Loading the Programming Key is always performed with no restrictions
(such as Customer ID or Family ID). The program loads in a compiled
format. You cannot download the program to a computer nor can you
open or edit the program with FX Builder. Application privacy and
security are not compromised.
The downloading process follows the security rules implemented via the
Customer ID feature. See Table 37.
Table 37: Security
Customer ID of the
Application in the
Programming Key
Customer ID in the Download
Controller
Public ID
Public ID
Executed
Public ID
Private ID
Not Executed
Private ID
Private ID
Executed only if Customer IDs
match
Private ID
Public ID
Executed
Controller is given the Customer
ID of the program in the
Programming Key.
Performing a Programming Key Memory Erase
If the key is already loaded with an application and you want to replace
it with a different application, you need to perform a memory erase.
FX Loader automatically performs the memory erase when the
application is loaded from a computer. When the application is
uploaded from another FX07, you need to perform the memory erase
manually.
To perform a programming key memory erase:
1. Power the Programming Key, either by hot-plugging it to a FX07,
already ON or with an AC/12 VDC adapter.
2. Press the key button for more than 15 seconds to initiate the
memory erase.
During the erase, the green LED slowly blinks. Then the green and
the yellow LEDs blink twice alternately. Finally the green remains
steady ON to confirm that the flash memory is erased.
If the two LEDs blink simultaneously, then the erase process has failed.
Retry. When the memory is completely erased, the LEDs stop blinking
and the key is ready for a new upload. The memory erase is also
necessary if the previous upload from the FX07 controller failed (for
example, communication was interrupted or power failed).
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Error Codes
The error codes only appear if the FX07 is mounted with an integral
LCD display. See Table 38.
Table 38: Error Codes
Error Code
Meaning
Possible Cause
Action
51
Private ID mismatch
Controller and
application in the
key have different
protection
Customer IDs.
Save the application
in FX Builder with
the proper
Customer ID (if
available) and retry
the download.
52
Memory full
Attempt to upload
Proceed with the
an application to a memory erase and
key already loaded. retry uploading.
53
Memory empty
Attempt to
download an
application from an
empty key.
Upload the key with
the target
application.
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Troubleshooting
Reading 9999 or Invalid from the Analog Inputs
•
Error/Condition: The analog input is represented as an invalid
value in network variables or the user interface shows a value of
9999, or a customized tag shows an invalid value.
•
Possible causes: The signal applied to the analog input channel
does not match the software configuration of the Analog Input
object or the signal is outside the configured reliability range.
•
Solution: Check the sensor signal characteristics, and modify the
Analog Input object configuration via FX Builder. Verify that the
sensor is functioning correctly and that the wiring is correct.
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Specifications and Technical Data
Ordering Codes
Table 39: FX07 Controller - 24 VAC Power Supply, without Integral Display
Product Code
Description
LP-FX07D00-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), no
communication Card
LP-FX07D01-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07D02-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07D03-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07D04-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), BACnet Card
LP-FX07D20-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07D21-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), N2 Open
Card
LP-FX07D22-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07D24-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), BACnet
Card
LP-FX07D23-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07D30-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), No Communication Card
LP-FX07D31-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07D32-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS Card
LP-FX07D33-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) RS-232C Card
LP-FX07D34-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) BACnet Card
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Table 40: FX07 Controller - 24 VAC Power Supply, Integral Display
Product Code
Description
LP-FX07D50-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07D51-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07D52-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07D53-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), RS-232C Card
LP-FX07D54-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), BACnet Card
LP-FX07D70-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07D71-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), N2 Open
Card
LP-FX07D72-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07D73-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07D74-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), BACnet
Card
LP-FX07D80-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), No Communication Card
LP-FX07D81-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07D82-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS Card
LP-FX07D83-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) RS-232C Card
LP-FX07D84-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) BACnet Card
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Table 41: FX07 Controller - 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply, without Integral Display (Not Available
in North America)
Product Code
Description
LP-FX07A00-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07A01-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07A02-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07A03-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07A04-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), BACnet Card
LP-FX07A20-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07A21-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), N2 Open
Card
LP-FX07A22-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07A23-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07A24-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), BACnet
Card
LP-FX07A30-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), No Communication Card
LP-FX07A31-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07A32-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS Card
LP-FX07A33-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) RS-232C Card
LP-FX07A34-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) BACnet Card
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Table 42: FX07 Controller - 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply, Integral Display (Not Available in
North America)
Product Code
Description
LP-FX07A50-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07A51-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07A52-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07A53-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), RS-232C Card
LP-FX07A54-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V or PWM), 6 DOs (Relays), BACnet Card
LP-FX07A70-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), No
Communication Card
LP-FX07A71-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), N2 Open
Card
LP-FX07A72-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS
Card
LP-FX07A73-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), RS-232C
Card
LP-FX07A74-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (4 Relays, 2 Triacs), BACnet
Card
LP-FX07A80-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), No Communication Card
LP-FX07A81-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), N2 Open Card
LP-FX07A82-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs), LONWORKS Card
LP-FX07A83-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) RS-232C Card
LP-FX07A84-000C
FX07 Controller: 4 AIs, 5 DIs, 2 AOs (0-10 V), 6 DOs (3 Interlocked Relays, 1 Free
Relay, 2 Triacs) BACnet Card
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Table 43: Communication Cards
Product Code
Description
LP-NET071-000C
N2 Open Communication Card for FX07
LP-NET072-000C
LONWORKS Communication Card for FX07
LP-NET073-000C
RS-232C Communication Card for FX07
LP-NET074-000C
BACnet Communication Card for FX07 Rev. A Only
Table 44: User Interfaces
Product Code
Description
LP-DIS60P20-0C
Remote Medium User Interface (Version 3) - Panel Mount (non-isolated model)
LP-DIS60P21-0C
Remote Medium User Interface (Version 3) - Wall Mount (isolated model)
LP-KIT007-000C
Link cable for the connection of the FX07 to the Panel Mount MUI display - 3 m (9.8 ft)
Table 45: Accessories
Product Code
Description
LP-KIT100-000C
FX Programming Key
DT-9100-8901
Power Supply Adapter for Programming Key: 230 VAC/12 VDC (Europe only)
LP-KIT007-001C
Interface cable for standard landline modem, 1.5 m (4.9 ft)
LP-KIT007-013C
Null modem cable for computer connection, 3 m (9.8 ft)
LP-KIT007-014C
Null modem cable for computer connection, 15 m (49.2 ft)
LP-KIT200-000C
N2 Commissioning Adapter: Includes port powered RS-232C to RS-485 converter,
3 m (10 ft) cable, and mating connectors for FX05, FX06, FX07, FX14, FX15, FX16,
and FXVMA.
LP-KIT204-000C
BACnet IP to MS/TP Adapter: Includes USB port powered Ethernet (IP) to RS-485
(MS/TP) converter, 3 m (10 ft.) cable, and mating connectors for FX07, FX14, and
FX16 controllers.
IU-9100-8001
Converter RS-232C/RS-485 (N2) 230 VAC (Europe only)
Table 46: GSM Modem and Accessories
Product Code
Description
LP-KIT007-002C
Interface Cable (1.5 m [4.9 ft]) for GSM modem to FX07
LP-KIT090-000C
GSM 900/1800 FastTrack Modem
LP-KIT090-001C
GSM Modem Plug-in Antenna
LP-KIT090-003C
GSM Modem Magnetic Mount Antenna with 2.5 m Cable
LP-KIT090-004C
GSM Modem Panel Mount Antenna with 5 m Cable
LP-KIT090-005C
GSM Modem Power Adapter, 230 VAC/12 VDC, Wall Plug
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Table 47: Room Command Modules - Available in Europe, TM Series without Display 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.), °C
Product Code
Description
TM-2140-0000
Room Sensor Module, temperature sensor only
TM-2150-0000
Room Sensor Module, occupancy button and LED
TM-2160-0000
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED
TM-2160-0002
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED, fan speed
override
TM-2160-0005
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED
TM-2160-0007
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED, fan speed override
TM-2190-0000
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C setpoint dial
TM-2190-0005
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial
Table 48: Room Command Modules - Available in Europe, NRM Series with Serial Bus and
Display Option - 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.), °C
Product Code
Description
LP-NRM001-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display, no setpoint dial
LP-NRM002-000C
Network Room Module with LCD display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial,
occupancy function
LP-NRM003-000C
Network Room Module with LCD display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial, fan speed
override button, occupancy function
Table 49: Room Command Modules - Available in North America - TM Series without Display 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.), °F/°C
Product Code
Description
TM-2141-0000
Room Sensor Module, temperature sensor only
TM-2151-0000
Room Sensor Module, occupancy button and LED
TM-2161-0000
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C/54-82°F setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED
TM-2161-0002
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C/54-82°F setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED, fan
speed override
TM-2161-0005
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED
TM-2161-0007
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial, occupancy button and LED, fan speed override
TM-2191-0000
Room Sensor Module, 12-28°C/54-82°F setpoint dial
TM-2191-0005
Room Sensor Module, ±setpoint dial
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Table 50: Room Command Modules - Available in North America - NRM Series with Serial Bus
and Display Option, °C/°F
Product Code
Description
LP-NRM001-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display, no setpoint dial 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM052-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial, °C/°F button,
occupancy function - 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM053-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial, fan speed
override button, °C/°F button, occupancy function - 80 x 80 mm (3.15 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM101-000C
Network Room Module, temperature sensor only, no display, no setpoint dial 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM152-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial, °C/°F button,
occupancy function - 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.)
LP-NRM153-000C
Network Room Module with display, temperature sensor, setpoint dial, fan speed
override button, °C/°F button, occupancy function - 120 x 80 mm (4.72 x 3.15 in.)
Table 51: Software
Ordering Codes
Description
LP-FXTPRO-0
FX Tools Pro CD-ROM (FX Builder, FX CommPro N2, FX CommPro LON, FX CommPro
BACnet) – New User
LP-FXTPRO-6
FX Tools Pro CD-ROM (FX Builder, FX CommPro N2, FX CommPro LON, FX CommPro
BACnet) – Upgrade
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Technical Specifications
I/O Technical Details
IMPORTANT: In North America, the controller is intended for installation with Class 2 inputs and
outputs only where no special electrical safety mounting precautions are generally necessary. These
controllers are UL Listed as Open Energy Management Equipment per UL 916.
Table 52: Analog Inputs (AI)
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
21-26
AI1, AI2, AI3, AI4
See Sensor Input Types.
Software configurable. Application:
temperature, humidity, pressure.
16-bit resolution.
27
AI Power
+5 V at 15 mA max.
To power active or ratiometric
sensors directly from the controller
28
AI/AO Power
+15 V at 20 mA max.
To power active sensors directly
from the controller. (Also used for
PWM outputs using 10 mA each).
Sensor Input Types
Sensor Type
Full Linearization
Range
Accuracy at 20°C (68°F) - Controller and
Sensor
(sensor accuracy not included)
A99
-50 to 100°C (-58 to 212°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
NTC 10k
-40 to 150°C (-40 to 300°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
PT1000 Extended
-50 to 160°C (-58 to 320°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Ni1000 (JCI)
-45 to 120°C (-49 to 248°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Active Voltage
0-10 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Active Ratiometric
0.5-4.5 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Table 53: Digital (Binary) Input (DI)
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
11-16
DI1, DI2, DI3, DI4, DI5
Potential free contacts for
status monitoring
Status and events.
Transition Counter at 50 Hz
max.
Minimum Time ON: 10 ms
Minimum Time OFF: 10 ms
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Table 54: Digital (Binary) Output (DO)
Model
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
FX07D0x-xxx
FX07D5x-xxx
FX07A0x-xxx
FX07A5x-xxx
31-36
DO1, DO2, DO3
SPST 8(3) A,
250 VAC relay.
(max. 24 VAC in
North America)
Heavy duty relays that are used to
switch electric heater up to 2 kW at
230 VAC (Europe only).
Each relay contact is independent
with its own common terminal.
37-42
DO4, DO5, DO6
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC relay.
(max. 24 VAC in
North America)
Each relay contact is independent
with its own common terminal.
FX07D2x-xxx
FX07D3x-xxx
FX07D7x-xxx
FX07D8x-xxx
31-34
DO1, DO2
0.5 A/24 VAC
triacs
Low voltage 3-point incremental
actuators, thermal actuators, for
example
FX07A2x-xxx
FX07A3x-xxx
FX07A7x-xxx
FX07A8x-xxx
31-34
DO1, DO2
0.5 A/250 VAC
triacs.
(max. 24 VAC in
North America)
Line voltage 3-point incremental
actuators, thermal actuators, for
example
Can also be used to switch low
voltage 24 VAC devices.
FX07D2x-xxx
FX07D3x-xxx
FX07D7x-xxx
FX07D8x-xxx
FX07A2x-xxx
FX07A3x-xxx
FX07A7x-xxx
FX07A8x-xxx
35-36
DO3
(SPST 8[3]A,
250 VAC relay.
(max. 24 VAC in
North America)
Heavy duty relay that is used to switch
electric heater up to 2 kW at 230 VAC.
(Europe only)
37-42
DO4 - DO6
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC relay.
(max. 24 VAC in
North America)
On the FX07x2x-xxx and FX07x7xxx models, each relay contact is
independent with its own common
terminal.
On the FX07x3x-xxx and FX07x8xxx model, DO4, DO5, DO6 relays
are physically interlocked such that
only one output is closed at one time.
Application: 3-speed fan motors.
Relay
Outputs
Dielectric strength coil-contacts: 4,000 V RMS for 1 minute
Dielectric test voltage on open relay contact: 1,000 VAC RMS
Maximum relay switching rate at maximum load: 6 operations/min.
Average relay contact life: 30,000 operations at maximum load.
Table 55: Analog Output (AO)
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
28
AI/AO Power
15 VDC at 20 mA max.
Voltage source for PWM
outputs. (Also available for AI
sensor power)
1-3
AO1, AO2
0-10 VDC ( 3 mA max.) or
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
output at 100 Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink from 15 VDC
reference power source
Actuators and control devices
Fan speed controller with PWM
input
13-bit resolution - accuracy ±0.1
VDC (or 1% of full range)
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FX07 Controller
Table 56: FX07 Controller
Product Codes
LP-FX07xxx-xxxC (See Ordering Codes.)
Power Supply Requirements
LP-FX07Dxx-xxx: 24 VAC/DC ±15%, 50/60 Hz - Safety Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) in Europe - Class 2 North America
LP-FX07Axx-xxx: 90 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz. - not available in North
America
Power Consumption
LP-FX07Dxx-xxx: 9 VA maximum
LP-FX07Axx-xxx: 17 VA maximum
Housing Material
ABS + polycarbonate, self-extinguishing: UL 94-V0 flammability
rating
Protection Class
IP20 CEI/EN60529
Ambient Operating Conditions
-40 to 50°C (-40 to 122°F), 10 to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Note that the integral user interface does not operate below
-20°C (-4°F).
Ambient Storage Conditions
-40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F), 10 to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
145 mm (5.71 in.) x 108 mm (4.26 in.) x 49 mm (1.93 in.)
D = 62 mm (2.44 in.) with integral display
Weight (with Package)
0.55 kg (1.2 lb)
Real-Time Clock
Accuracy: better than ±200 ms per day at constant ambient
temperature of 25°C
Back up: minimum 10 days without power at 25°C
Integral LCD Display Resolution
-999 to 999 or -99.9 to 99.9 (4 digits for each row)
I/O Ratings
Power Supply for Panel Mount MUI
See I/O Technical Details.
15 VDC on Remote Display connector at 100 mA max.
Connection for Digital Outputs and
Power
2
Screw terminals for max. 2 x 1.5 mm (16 AWG) wires, included in
the package
Connection for Inputs, Analog
Outputs, and LON/N2 Open/BACnet
Networks
Screw terminals for max. 1 x 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wires or 2 x
Belden® cable, 2-core twisted pair with shield ≥0.8 mm (20 AWG),
included in the package
Cable Length for Inputs
Max. 100 m (330 ft) with cables ≥ 0.6 mm, 22 AWG
BACnet Compliance
BACnet Testing Laboratories™ (BTL) Listing
BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks (BIBBs):
BACnet Advanced Application Controller (B-AAC)
Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) available
on request
Agency
Compliance
Europe
(All Models)
– 89/336/EEC, EMC Directive: EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-2
– 72/23/EEC, Low Voltage Directive: EN 60730.
Canada
(LP-FX07Dxx-xxx
Models Only)
– UL Listed (PAZX7), CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 205, Signal Equipment
– Industry Canada, ICES-003
United States
(LP-FX07Dxx-xxx
Models Only)
– UL Listed (PAZX), UL 916, Energy Management Equipment
– FCC compliant to CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
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N2 Open Communication
Table 57: N2 Open Network Specifications
RS-485 Bus - 9600 Baud
Maximum bus segment length without repeater: 1,200 m (4,000 ft),
0.8/0.6 mm dia. (20/22 AWG) 2 x twisted pair with shield. Use the same cable
type throughout segment.
Number of Devices
Maximum of 32 devices on a bus segment without repeater
Repeaters
Maximum 2 repeaters between the master (supervisory) device and any slave
(FX controller) device on the network. RP-9100 is recommended.
End of Line Termination
220 ohm at each end of segment >100 m (300 ft). For segment <100 m
(300 ft), only one 220 ohm termination is required.
RS-485/RS-232C Converter
for FX CommPro N2
IU-9100 or LP-KIT200-000C. (Other converters must support automatic Data
Send Control [DSC]. RTS is not supported by FX CommPro.)
Electrical Isolation in FX07
500 V
BACnet MS/TP Communication
Table 58: BACnet MS/TP Network Specifications
RS-485 Bus - 38400 Baud
Maximum bus segment length without repeater: 1,200 m (4,000 ft),
0.8/0.6 mm diagram (20/22 AWG) 2 x twisted pair with shield. Use the same
cable type throughout segment.
Number of Devices
Maximum of 32 devices on a bus segment without repeater
Repeaters
Maximum 2 repeaters between any two devices on the network.
RP-9100 is recommended.
End of Line Termination
220 ohm at each end of segment > 100 m (300 ft). For segment <100 m
(300 ft) only one 220 ohm termination is necessary.
Use order code MS-BACEOL-0 for optimum results.
Note that RP-9100 has 220 ohm end of line termination option.
BACnet IP to MS/TP Adapter
for FX CommPro BACnet
software
LP-KIT204-000C
Other converters must support the BACnet MS/TP protocol on the RS-485
side.
Electrical Isolation in FX07
500 V
Note:
For full technical details of BACnet MS/TP networks, refer to
the American National Standards Institute/American Society of
Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers
(ANSI/ASHRAE) Standard 135-2004 BACnet protocol at
www.ashrae.org.
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LON Communication
Table 59: LON Network Specifications
LON Network Topology and Line Terminators
Daisy chained Bus Topology: two terminators of
100 ohm required - one at each end of the bus.
Free (star) topology: single terminator of 50 ohm
required at a central point in network.
Use the same cable type throughout bus or network.
Number of Nodes
64 (if repeaters are not used), TP/FT-10 nodes only.
Cable Type:
Length with TP/FT-10 Devices
Bus Topology
Free Topology
Belden 85102
2,700 m (8,900 ft)
500 m (1,640 ft)
Belden 8471
2,700 m (8,900 ft)
500 m (1,640 ft)
Level IV 22 AWG
1,400 m (4,600 ft)
400 m (1,300 ft)
Note:
For full technical details of LONWORKS networks, refer to the
LONMARK® Guidelines at www.lonmark.org.
FX Programming Key
Table 60: Programming Key Specifications
Power Supply
Directly powered from the Display Bus port of the FX07 or from an
AC/DC adapter providing 12 to 15 VDC 2 VA minimum.
Memory Type and Size
Flash memory 1 MB
Connection to Controller
RS-485, not isolated. Cable (10 cm/4 in.) provided with connector for
FX07 front display socket, an adapter for the Remote Display bus
terminals for FX07 models without display, and a screw terminal block
for connection to an RS485 converter.
Enclosure IP Class
IP40 IEC60529
Ambient Limits
Operating: 0°C (32°F) - 40°C (104°F), 10-95% RH (noncondensing)
Storage: -20°C (-4°F) - 70°C (158°F), 10-95% RH (noncondensing)
Compliance
Europe
EMC Directive: EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-2
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FX07 Field Controller Technical Bulletin
GSM Connection
Table 61: GSM Modem
GSM Modem
GSM 900
Voltage Range
5 to 32 VDC
Power Supply @ 25°C
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Input Supply Voltage
5
13.2
32
5
13.2
32
Input Peak Supply Current (in
Communication)
Input Average Supply Current (in
Communication)
Input Average Supply Current (in Idle
Mode)
GSM 1800/1900
@5 V
1.8 A
1.1 A
@13.2 V
0.7 A
0.4 A
@32 V
0.4 A
0.2 A
@5 V
330
mA
220
mA
@13.2 V
130
mA
95 mA
@32 V
65 mA
50 mA
@5 V
31.4
mA
31.4
mA
@13.2 V
13.2
mA
13.2
mA
@32 V
5.6 mA
5.6 mA
Ambient Operating Conditions
-20°C (-4°F) to +55°C (131°F)
Ambient Storage Conditions
-25°C (-13°F) to +70°C (158°F)
Housing Material
Aluminum profiled
Volume
3
3
12.2 cm (0.7 in. )
Weight
<130 g (0.3 lb)
Dimensions
98 mm (3.9 in.) x 54 mm (2.1 in.) x 25 mm (1 in.) (excluding
connectors)
Overall Dimensions
110 mm (4.3 in.) x 54 mm (2.1 in.) x 25 mm (1 in.)
The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For application at conditions beyond
these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting
from misapplication or misuse of its products.
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