Standard Air-conditioners User manual

Standard Air-conditioners
Application program for pCO1, pCO2, pCO3, pCOxs
User manual
Manual version: 2.6 dated 11/02/2016
Program code: FLSTDMCZ0E
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
BEFORE INSTALLING OR HANDLING THE APPLIANCE, PLEASE CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
The appliance this software is intended for has been expressly designed to ensure safe operation, provided that:
the software is installed, programmed, used and maintained by qualified personnel in full accordance with the instructions contained in this manual;
all conditions specified and contained in the appliance installation and operating manual are met.
Any other use and modification to the appliance not expressly authorised by the manufacturer shall be considered improper.
Liability for injuries or damage caused by improper use lies exclusively with the user.
Contents
1.
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1
Main new features in version 2.0 .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
1.2
Introduction and functions performed by the program .............................................................................................................................................. 7
1.3
Compatible hardware ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.
The user terminal ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.1
Type and operation.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2
LEDs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3
Functions of the buttons............................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
3.
pLAN management between boards .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
3.1
How to assign the pLAN addresses ........................................................................................................................................................................ 11
4.
Selecting the language ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.
Starting for the first time ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
6.
List of configurations ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
6.1
Digital inputs ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
6.2
Analogue inputs ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
6.3
Digital outputs ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
6.4
Analogue outputs .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
7.
List of parameters and default values ............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
8.
Screens.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
8.1
List of the screens ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
9.
EVD400 electronic expansion valve ................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
10.
Temperature control ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
10.1 Direct expansion units ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
10.2 Other temperature functions ................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
10.3 Units with two water coils ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
10.4 Units with one water coil ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
11.
Humidity control ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
11.1 Direct expansion units ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
11.2 Units with water coils ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
11.3 Other humidity control functions ............................................................................................................................................................................. 32
12.
Built-in humidifier ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
12.1 Setting the parameters for selecting the humidifier ................................................................................................................................................ 33
12.2 Humidity and steam production control .................................................................................................................................................................. 34
13.
Recovery coil .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
13.1 Recovery without the cooling devices ..................................................................................................................................................................... 35
13.2 Recovery with the cooling devices on, direct expansion units ................................................................................................................................ 36
13.3 Recovery with the cooling devices on, units with water coils ................................................................................................................................. 36
14.
Outlet limit ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
15.
Condenser fans .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
15.1 Single or separate coil ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
15.2 Number of probes ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
15.3 Prevent function ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
15.4 Speed-up function ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
15.5 Pressure – temperature conversion ........................................................................................................................................................................ 39
16.
Temperature set point compensation ............................................................................................................................................................................. 39
17.
Compressors .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40
17.1 Capacity control ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
17.2 Rotation................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
17.3 Times ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
17.4 Compressor alarms ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40
18.
Heaters .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
18.1 Heater alarms .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
19.
Modulating valves .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
19.1 Three point valves ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
19.2 0 to 10 Volt valves .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
20.
Outlet fan ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
21.
Manual device management .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
22.
Switching the unit on and off .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
22.1 Automatic unit start-up and standby ....................................................................................................................................................................... 43
23.
Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
23.1 Alarm relay .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 44
23.2 Alarm summary table .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 44
24.
Alarm log ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
24.1 Basic log .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 46
24.2 Advanced log .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
25.
Supervisor ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47
25.1 Variable database .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47
26.
Glossary ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
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1. Introduction
1.1
Main new features in version 2.0
New functions:
1. Implemented compatibility with pCO3;
2. Implemented management of the EVD400.
1.2
Units with water coils
Direct expansion units
1.3
Introduction and functions performed by the program
The “Standard air-conditioners” program can be used with CAREL pCO1 (small-medium), pCOXS, pCO2 (small-medium) or pCO3 (small-medium) boards, and
manages direct expansion air-conditioning units (ED) or units with water coils (CW).
The main functions of the program are:
•
management of the temperature and the humidity in civil or technological environments;
•
management of 1 or 2 hermetic or semi-hermetic compressors;
•
management of 1 or 2 electric heaters (including with binary management, up to 3 heating steps);
•
modulating heating valves, 0 to 10 Volt and 3 point;
•
modulating cooling valves, 0 to 10 Volt and 3 point;
•
external or built-in CAREL immersed electrode humidifier;
•
ON/OFF or modulating condenser fans, controlled by pressure or temperature;
•
outlet temperature control;
•
alarm management, alarm log, device timers, signals;
•
complete management of the device timers;
•
connection to local supervision networks and BMS (LonWorks, BACnet, Modbus…).
The terminal with LCD can be used to display and modify the following data at any time:
•
readings and calibration of the probes connected;
•
unit ON/OFF;
•
alarm detection;
•
programming of the configuration parameters and the operating parameters with password-protected access;
•
operating hours of the controlled devices and time bands with password-protected access;
•
programming of the clock and the time bands with password-protected access;
•
choice between different languages (English, Italian, German, French).
In addition, the following functions can be managed via a CAREL pLAN connection:
1. balancing of operating hours between the air-conditioners by rotation of the spare unit (standby)
2. activation of the spare unit if another unit is shutdown due to a serious alarm or blackout
3. activation of the spare unit to compensate for excessive thermal load
4. control of up to 8 air-conditioners with just one external LCD terminal
5. operation of all the air-conditioners based on the probe readings on the Master, to harmonise the overall action
6. management of alarm printouts and probe readings using a shared external terminal
WARNING: to avoid tampering during operation, only qualified personnel must know the password.
1.4
Compatible hardware
The program is compatible with the following devices:
•
pCOXS, codes PCO100*;
•
pCO1 , pCO² , pCO3 SMALL and MEDIUM;
•
PCOT* 4x20 LCD for panel installation and wall mounting;
•
PCOI* 4x20 LCD for panel installation;
•
PGD0*semi-graphic display;
•
built-in LCD on the pCOXS and pCO2, pCO3 boards.
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2. The user terminal
2.1
Type and operation
Three types of terminal are envisaged:
1. PGD0/semi-graphic/6 buttons/4 rows - 20 columns/connection with telephone cable
2. LCD/15 buttons/4 rows - 20 columns/connection with telephone cable
3. Built-in/6 buttons/4 rows - 20 columns (pCO²- pCO3 only)/display on board
The user terminal can be used to perform all the operations allowed by the program, display the operating conditions of the unit at all times, and set the
parameters.
It can be disconnected from the main board, and in fact is not required for operation.
2.2
LEDs
2.2.1
PGD0 terminal with 6 buttons
LED
Colour
Description
Red
On – One or more active alarm conditions
[ ] button (Alarm)
Prg button
Yellow On – Unit on
Flashing – Unit off from supervisor or digital input
All the LEDs not described and located underneath the remaining 4 buttons indicate the correct power supply to the instrument.
Together with the backlighting on the display, these will be switched off if no button is pressed on the keypad for 5 minutes.
2.2.2
LCD terminal with 15 buttons
Each button has a green LED indicating the specific group of parameters selected during the operations to display/modify the operating parameters.
The silicone rubber buttons have three different coloured LEDs, whose meaning is specified in the following table
LED
[ On/Off ] button
[ Alarm ] button
[ Enter ] button
Colour
Description
Green On – Unit on
Flashing – Unit off from supervisor or digital input
Red
On – One or more active alarm conditions
Yellow On – Instrument correctly powered
2.2.3
Built-in terminal with 6 buttons
Given the number of buttons and LEDs available, these have general meanings, as described below:
LED
[ ] button
(Alarm)
[  ] button
(Enter)
[ Prg ] button
[ Esc] button
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Colour
Red
Description
On – One or more active alarm conditions
Yellow
On – Unit on
Flashing – Unit off from supervisor or digital input
On – Displaying/modifying the operating parameters
On – Main menu parameters displayed
Green
Green
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2.3
Functions of the buttons
2.3.1
PGD0 terminal with 6 buttons
Button
UP
PRG
ENTER
ESC
DOWN
Description
displays the alarms, mutes the buzzer and deletes the active alarms
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls up the screens in the same group; if
the cursor is in a setting field, increases the value
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls down the screens in the same
group; if the cursor is in a setting field, decreases the value
used to move the cursor from the home position (top left corner) to the setting fields, in the
setting fields confirms the set value and moves to the next parameter
accesses the menu for selecting the group of parameters to be displayed/modified (access to
the parameters is confirmed by pressing the [Enter] button)
temporarily display the pLAN serial address of the board
ALARM
UP
DOWN
ENTER
PRG
PRG + ENTER
2.3.2
ALARM
PGD0 terminal with 15 buttons
Button
MENU
MAINTENANCE
PRINTER
INPUTS
AND OUTPUTS
CLOCK
Description
From any point of the user interface (with the exception of the manufacturer group of parameters) returns to the Main menu
screen (M0) displaying the unit status, readings of the control probes and operating mode.
In the group of manufacturer parameters, organised into nested sub-groups, returns to screen for selecting the parameters.
Goes to the first screen of Maintenance parameters (A0)
The Maintenance parameters are used to check the operating status of devices and the probes, calibrate the readings and
run manual operations
Goes to the printer menu (H1)
Goes to the first screen of I/O parameters (I0)
The I/O parameters display the status of the inputs and the outputs on the board
Goes to the first screen of Clock parameters (K0)
The Clock parameters are used to display/set the operating parameters for the clock board and activate the time bands
SET POINT
Goes to the first screen of Set point parameters (S0).
The Set point parameters are used to display/modify the unit working set point within the limits defined in the configuration
PROGRAM
Goes to the screen for entering the user password (P0)
The user parameters are used to modify the unit operating mode
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Button
+
Description
MENU+PROG
Goes to the screen for entering the manufacturer password (Z0)
The manufacturer parameters are used to configure the unit in terms of the number and type of devices connected, enable
specific accessories or special functions
INFO
In pLAN applications with more than one board connected in the network and a shared user terminal, switches the user
terminal between the different units to display/modify the parameters
RED
Temporary display of the pLAN address of the current board
BLUE
From printer management screen H1, starts printing screens C0 to Ca
Silicone rubber buttons
1
2
3
Button
ON/OFF
ALARM
UP ARROW
4
5
DOWN
ARROW
ENTER
2.3.3
Description
switches the unit on/off
displays the alarms, mutes the buzzer and deletes the active alarms
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls up the screens in the same group; if the cursor is in a setting field, increases the
value
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls down the screens in the same group; if the cursor is in a setting field, decreases
the value
used to move the cursor from the home position (top left corner) to the setting fields, in the setting fields confirms the set value and moves
to the next parameter
Built-in terminal with 6 buttons
Button
ALARM
UP
DOWN
ENTER
PRG
PRG + ENTER
ALARM
PRG
ESC
DOWN
UP
ENTER
Description
displays the alarms, mutes the buzzer and deletes the active alarms
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls up the screens in the same group; if the cursor is in a setting field, increases
the value
if the cursor is in the home position (top left corner), scrolls down the screens in the same group; if the cursor is in a setting field,
decreases the value
used to move the cursor from the home position (top left corner) to the setting fields, in the setting fields confirms the set value and
moves to the next parameter
accesses the menu for selecting the group of parameters to be displayed/modified (access to the parameters is confirmed by pressing
the [Enter] button)
temporary display of the board pLAN serial address
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3. pLAN management between boards
The pLAN network identifies a physical connection between the boards (pCO1, pCO2, pCO3) and the external terminals. pLAN=.CO L.ocal A.rea N.etwork.
The purpose of the pLAN network connection between the boards is to exchange variables, according to the logic decided by the program, so as the units can
operate together. The variables exchanged between the boards are established by the program, as is the direction of exchange, and therefore there are no user
settings; the only operation required by the user involves the electrical connections.
Below is a diagram with all the components connected in the pLAN:
pCOx
pLAN
pCOx
pCOx
3
1
pCOx
EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400
4
6
8
pCOx
pCOx
x
pCOx
pCO
11
9
7
5
2
12
10
13
15
14
21
20
18
23
22
24
EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400
25
27
pCO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
31
29
32
30
28
26
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT 3
UNIT 4
UNIT 5
UNIT 6
UNIT 7
UNIT 8
19
17
16
EVD400 cool
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
EVD400 heat
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Below is a diagram with the EVD400 driver in a tLAN connection, while the others components are connected in the pLAN:
EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400
2
1
tLAN
1
1
2
pCOx
pCOx
1
3
5
2
pCOx
pLAN
7
2
4
6
8
x
x
x
x
pCO
1
1
2
pCOx
tLAN
2
EVD400 EVD400
3.1
EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400
pCO
1
2
pCO
1
pCO
2
1
11
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
32
2
EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400 EVD400
How to assign the pLAN addresses
The pLAN addresses must be unique and follow the layout shown above. There are various different ways to assign the pLAN address
3.1.1
PGD0 terminal
To set the address of a PGD terminal (the default value is 32), proceed as follows:
1. Power up the terminal
2. Press the Up + Down + ENTER buttons until the “display address setting” screen is displayed
3. Enter the numeric pLAN address with the Up and Down buttons and then confirm by pressing Enter
4. The “No link” screen will be displayed
5. If the “No Link” screen is not displayed, press Up + Down + ENTER again
6. Once the “display address setting” screen is displayed, press Enter 3 times
When the “adr Priv/shard” screen is displayed, set the correct values and confirm with “YES”
3.1.2
Setting the address on the pCO1- pCO3
Operations required to set the pLAN address on the pCO¹ and pCO3 boards.
1. Power down the pCO* board and connect a 4x20 LCD terminal / PGD0 terminal with pLAN address "0".
2. Power up the pCO* board, by holding the Alarm + Up buttons until the “pLAN Address” screen appears.
3. When the “pLAN Address” screen is shown, follow the operations shown, i.e. enter the number (1,2,3…) of the pLAN address with the Up and Down
buttons and then confirm by pressing Enter.
4. Power down the pCO* board.
5. If necessary, assign the correct pLAN address to the external terminal according to the specific system configuration.
6. Power up the pCO* board.
7. Configure the pCO* to communicate speak with the terminal, if necessary.
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3.1.3
Setting the address on the pCO2, PCOI/PCOT terminals
The pLAN addresses on these units are set with binary logic by changing the position of a set of dipswitches located on the rear of the pCOI / PCOT terminals and
on the pCO2 boards. This must be done with all the devices off. For further information, see the specific manual for the device.
3.1.4
Setting the address on the EVD400
To set the address of the EVD400 in both pLAN and tLAN, see the EVD400 manual (code +030220225).
In all the screens in the program, to display the address of the board that is currently connected, press the printer button or Enter+Prg, depending on the
terminal used.
4. Selecting the language
When the unit is switched on, by default a screen is displayed for selecting the language.
This screen is displayed for 30 seconds, after which the application automatically opens the main menu (screen M0).
The language automatically loaded is English, however this can be selected from the following options: English, Italian, French, German. To modify the language,
proceed as follows:
1.
press the maintenance button on the external terminal, while on the Built-in terminal or the external PGD0* terminal press the Prg button and confirm
the first item in the MAINTENANCE menu by pressing the Enter button;
2.
the software presentation screen will be displayed, showing the code, the version and the date. Press the Enter button to move the cursor to the last
row;
3.
select the desired language using the Up or Down buttons;
4.
press the Enter button to confirm.
5. Starting for the first time
After having checked the connections between the various boards and terminals, power up the pCO* board/boards. On power-up, the software automatically
installs the default values chosen by CAREL for the unit configuration parameters. This section explains how to restore the default values and to return to the
starting conditions. When starting for the first time, this operation is not required.
The following procedure is used to restore all the configuration parameters to the default values selected by CAREL.
CAUTION! this procedure irreversibly deletes any programming performed by the user.
As resetting the default values is an operation that involves each pCO* board, when more than one board is present, the procedure must be repeated for the all
the boards. The procedure is identical for all the boards. Proceed as follows:
• press the “menu” and “prog” buttons on the LCD terminal at the same time (go to the manufacturer branch on the PGD0 terminal). When
pressed, the LEDs corresponding to the “menu” and “prog” buttons will come on;
• enter the password using the “arrow” buttons and press Enter: this enters the “manufacturer” configuration branch:
+--------------------+
¦Manufacturer
¦
¦Password
¦
¦
¦
¦
0000 ¦
+--------------------+
•
enter the “Initialisation” branch:
+--------------------+
¦Insert password
V0¦
¦to install
¦
¦default value
¦
¦Operation done
¦
+--------------------+
•
move the cursor to the password setting field, enter 1234 and confirm by pressing Enter. At the end of the operation, the message “Operation
completed” is displayed.
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6. List of configurations
Both direct expansion (ED) and water coil (CW) air-conditioners can be managed, with pCO1/pCO2/pCOXS/pCO3 small/medium boards. On power-up, the program
recognises the type and the size of board, and consequently arranges the inputs and outputs, based on the type of air-conditioner (ED or CW) defined in the
manufacturer branch. The following diagrams indicate the configuration of the inputs and outputs in the possible combinations. The multiple items (xxx / xxx / …)
indicate different possible uses for an input or output; the choice is made using the parameters in the Manufacturer branch of screens. For the wiring, refer to the
technical manual on the pCO boards.
6.1
Digital inputs
Direct expansion air-conditioners (ED)
No.
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Alarm C1/Low pressure C1
Alarm C2/High pressure C1
Heater 1 overload alarm
Heater 2 overload alarm
Fire / filter / Flood alarm
Fan thermal overload alarm
Air flow switch alarm
Remote ON/OFF
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Alarm C 1
Alarm C2
Heater 1 overload alarm
Heater 2 overload alarm
Dirty filter alarm
Fan thermal overload alarm
Air flow switch alarm
Remote ON/OFF
pCOXS
Low pressure C1
High pressure C1
Heater thermal overload
Fan thermal overload
Air flow alarm
Remote ON/OFF
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ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 12
ID 13
ID 14
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Low pressure alarm C1
Low pressure alarm C2
Humidifier water level
Fire / Flood alarm
Thermal overload alarm, cond. fan C1
Thermal overload alarm, cond. fan C2
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Water-source air-conditioners
No.
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Flood / fire alarm
Cooling - heating selection
Heater 1 overload alarm
Heater 2 overload alarm
Dirty filter alarm
Fan thermal overload alarm
Air flow switch alarm
Remote ON/OFF
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Flood alarm
Cooling - heating selection
Heater 1 overload alarm
Heater 2 overload alarm
Dirty filter alarm
Fan thermal overload alarm
Air flow switch alarm
Remote ON/OFF
pCOXS
Flood alarm
Smoke / fire alarm
Heater thermal overload
Fan thermal overload
Air flow alarm
Remote ON/OFF
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ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 12
ID 13
ID 14
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Auxiliary alarm
Water flow switch alarm
Humidifier water level
Fire alarm
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6.2
Analogue inputs
Direct expansion air-conditioners (ED)
No.
B1
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Ambient humidity
B2
B4
High press. C1 / Cond. temp. C1 /
Outlet temperature (pCO2 pCO3)
High pressure C2 /
Cond. temp. C2 /
Recovery temperature
Outside temperature
B5
B6
Room temperature
Outlet temperature (pCO1)
B7
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B8
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B3
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Ambient humidity
High press. C1 / Cond. temp. C1
pCOXS
Ambient humidity / Outside temperature /
Recovery temperature
High pressure C1
High pressure C2 / Cond. temp. C2 / Recovery temperature (pCO2 pCO3),
Humidifier conductivity (pCO1)
Outlet temperature
Outside temperature (pCO2 pCO3)
Humidifier current (pCO1)
Room temperature
Outlet temperature
Room temperature
Humidifier conductivity (pCO2 pCO3)
Recovery temperature (pCO1)
Humidifier current (pCO2 pCO3)
Outside air temperature (pCO1)
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Water-source air-conditioners
B1
B2
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Ambient humidity
Outlet temperature
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Ambient humidity
Outlet temperature
B3
Recovery temperature
B4
Outside temperature
B5
B6
Room temperature
Recovery temperature (pCO2 pCO3) /
Humidifier conductivity (pCO1)
Outside temperature (pCO2 pCO3) /
Humidifier current (pCO1)
Room temperature
FREE
B7
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B8
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6.3
Digital outputs
No.
FREE
Humidifier conductivity (pCO2 pCO3) /
Recovery temperature (pCO1)
Humidifier current (pCO2 pCO3) /
Outside temperature (pCO1)
pCOXS
Ambient humidity
Outside air temperature /
Recovery temperature
Outlet temperature
Room temperature
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Direct expansion air-conditioners (ED)
No.
DO 1
DO 2
DO 3
DO 4
DO 5
DO 6
DO 7
DO 8
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Outlet fan
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Heater 1 / Open heating valve
Heater 2 / Close heating valve
Dehumidification
Recovery
General alarms
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Outlet fan
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Heater 1 / Open heating valve
Heater 2 / Close heating valve
Dehumidification
Recovery / minor alarms
Serious alarms
Outlet fan
Compressor 1
Heater 1
Dehumidification
General alarm
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pCOXS
DO 9
DO 10
DO 11
DO 12
DO 13
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Cond. fanC1 / Cap. control C 1
Cond. fanC2 / Cap. control C2
Humidification
Fill water in humidifier
Empty water in humidifier
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Water-source air-conditioners
No.
DO 1
DO 2
DO 3
DO 4
DO 5
DO 6
DO 7
DO 8
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Outlet fan
Open cooling / single valve
Close cooling / single valve
Heater 1 / Open heating valve
Heater 2 / Close heating valve
Dehumidification
Recovery
General alarms
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Outlet fan
Open cooling / single valve
Close cooling / single valve
Heater 1 / Open heating valve
Heater 2 / Close heating valve
Dehumidification
Recovery / minor alarms
Serious alarms
Outlet fan
Open cooling valve
Close cooling valve
Heater
General alarm
-------
pCOXS
DO 9
DO 10
DO 11
DO 12
DO 13
-----------
----Humidification
Fill water in humidifier
Empty water in humidifier
-----------
6.4
Analogue outputs
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Outlet fan / Recovery valve
Heating valve / Humidification
Condenser fan 1
Condenser fan 2
pCOXS
Humidifier / Recovery valve
Heating valve
Condenser fan 1
---
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 MEDIUM
Cooling valve / single valve
Heating valve / Recovery valve / Humidification
--Outlet fan
Humidifier
Heating valve
Recovery valve
---
Direct expansion air-conditioners (ED)
No.
AO 1
AO 2
AO 3
AO 4
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Outlet fan / Recovery valve
Heating valve / Humidification
Condenser fan 1
Condenser fan 2
Water-source air-conditioners
No.
AO 1
AO 2
AO 3
AO 4
pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 SMALL
Cooling valve / single valve
Heating valve / Recovery valve / Humidification
--Outlet fan
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Standard air-conditioners - FLSTDMCZ0E
7. List of parameters and default values
The following table describes the parameters in the program, with the following information: screen code (the screen code is shown at the top right) to help
identify the parameter, default value, minimum and maximum limits for the settings (range), unit of measure, free column for entering the desired value. To find a
parameter on the display, proceed as follows:
•
Identify the parameter in the following table and the code of the corresponding screen
•
From the list of screens (following paragraph) and the screen code, scroll to the screen on the terminal.
Parameter
Type
Ref.
MAIN SCREEN
Description
15-button terminal
MENU button
Room temperature
UOM
Range
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
ESC button
°C/F
Temperature
R
M0
Humidity
R
M0
Ambient humidity
Cooling
R
M1
Operating mode
N/Y
Heating
R
M1
Operating mode
N/Y
Humidif.
R
M1
Operating mode
N/Y
Deumidif.
R
M1
Operating mode
N/Y
Supply Air limit
R
M2
Outlet temperature limit status
N/Y
Dehumidif. limit
R
M2
Dehumidification limit status
N/Y
Function.:
R
M2
Current operating mode
Unit status
R
M3
R
M3
With the Built-In terminal this variable describes the current unit operating
status. (1.Unit ON, 2.OFF from alarm, 3.OFF from superv., 4.OFF from band,
5.OFF from Remote In., 6.OFF from button,
7.Manual Proc., 8.Standby)
Pressing the ENTER button switches the unit on or OFF
-
Press ENTER to
-
Default
% RH
Cooling/Heating
1 to 8
Switch on/off
Regulation clock
Hour
R/W
K0
15-button terminal
CLOCK button
Hour setting
Hour
R/W
K0
Minute setting
Date
R/W
K0
Day setting
1 to 31
Date
R/W
K0
Month setting
1 to 12
Date
R/W
K0
Year setting
0 to 99
R
K0
Current day of the week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,…..)
0 to 7
Clock
password
On-off timezones
Temp.timezones
Humid.timezones
On-off timezones
F1-1
F1-2
On-off timezones
F1-1
F1-2
On-off timezones
F2
On-off timezones
F2
On-off timezones
Mon:
Thu:
..
Sun:
Temp.setpoint
ON
Z1:
Z2:
Temp.setpoint
ON
Z1:
Z2:
SET
R/W
K1
Enter Clock password
R/W
K2
R/W
R/W
K6
Set point for temperature time bands 1 and 2
see P1
23.0
Temp.setpoint
ON
Z3:
Z4:
Temp.setpoint
R/W
K7
Start hour for temperature bands 3 and 4
0 to 23
12/18
R/W
K7
Start minutes for temperature bands 3 and 4
0 to 59
0/0
CLOCK
Day
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
PRG button and CLOCK in the menu
Hours
0 to 23
0 to 9999
current
hour
current
minutes
current
day
current
month
current
year
current
weekday
1234
Enable temperature / humidity / ON/OFF time bands
No/Yes
No
K3
Start and end hour for the ON/OFF time bands F1-1 and F1-2
0 to 23
9/13/14/2
1
R/W
K3
Start and end minutes for the ON/OFF time bands F1-1 and F1-2
0 to 59
0/0/0/0
R/W
K4
Start and end hour for the ON/OFF time band F2
0 to 23
14/21
R/W
K4
Start and end minutes for the ON/OFF time band F2
0 to 59
0/0
R/W
K5
Select ON/OFF time bands (F1,F2,F3,F4) for each day
F1 to F4
F2
R/W
K6
Start hour for temperature bands 1 and 2
0 to 23
0/6
R/W
K6
Start minutes for temperature bands 1 and 2
0 to 59
0/0
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0 to 59
Notes
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Parameter
ON
Z3:
Z4:
SET
Type
Ref.
Description
UOM
Range
Default
R/W
K7
Set point for temperature time bands 3 and 4
see P1
23.0
Humidity setpoint
ON
Z1:
Z2:
Humidity setpoint
ON
Z1:
Z2:
SET
R/W
K8
Start hour for humidity bands 1 and 2
0 to 23
0/6
R/W
K8
Start minutes for humidity bands 1 and 2
0 to 59
0/0
R/W
K8
Set point for humidity time bands 1 and 2
see P2
23.0
Humidity setpoint
ON
Z3:
Z4:
Humidity setpoint
ON
Z3:
Z4:
SET
R/W
K9
Start hour for humidity bands 3 and 4
0 to 23
12/18
R/W
K9
Start minutes for humidity bands 3 and 4
0 to 59
0/0
R/W
K9
Set point for humidity time bands 3 and 4
New clock
password:
R/W
Ka
Enter new Clock password
see P2
23.0
0 to 9999
1234
Analog inputs:
Pr1
Pr2
R
I0
15-button terminal
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
INPUTS/OUTPUTS button
PRG button and INPUTS/OUTPUTS in the menu
Pressure probe circuit 1 (also displays the corresponding temperature value)
Bar
Screen C9
R
I0
Pressure probe circuit 2 (also displays the corresponding temperature value)
Amb.humidity
R
I0
Analog inputs:
Room temp.
Supply air
R
I1
R
Extern.temp.
R
Analog inputs:
Recovery
Temp.cond.1
R
Temp.cond.2
INPUTS/OUTPUTS
Bar
Screen Ca
Ambient humidity probe
%
Screen Cc
Room temperature probe
°C/F
-30T80 °C
I1
Outlet temperature probe
°C/F
-30T80 °C
I1
Outside temperature probe
°C/F
-30T80 °C
I2
Recovery probe
°C/F
-30T80 °C
R
I2
Condensing temperature probe circuit 1
°C/F
-30T80 °C
R
I2
Condensing temperature probe circuit 2
°C/F
-30T80 °C
Dig.inputs 1-3:
R
I3
Dig.inputs 1-3:
R
I3
Dig.inputs 1-3:
R
I3
Dig.inputs 4-6:
R
I4
Dig.inputs 4-6:
R
I4
Dig.inputs 4-6:
R
I4
Dig.inputs 7-8:
R
I5
Dig.inputs 7-8:
R
I5
Dig.inputs 9-11:
R
I6
Dig.inputs 9-11:
R
I6
Dig.inputs 9-11:
R
I6
Status of digital input 1
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 2
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 3
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 4
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 5
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 6
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 7
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 8
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 9
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 10
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 11
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Dig.inputs 12:
R
I7
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Parameter
Type
Ref.
Description
UOM
Range
Dig.inputs 12:
R
I7
Dig.inputs 12:
R
I7
analog.output:
R
I8
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 13
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of digital input 14
(C) = closed
(A) = open
Status of analogue output (cooling valve, single valve)
Volt
0 to 10
analog.output:
R
I8
Status of analogue output (heating valve)
Volt
0 to 10
analog.output:
Cond.fan 1
Cond.fan 2
R
I9
Status of analogue output for condenser fan 1
Volt
0 to 10
R
I9
Status of analogue output for condenser fan 2
Volt
0 to 10
analog.output:
humidifier
Main fan
R
Ia
Status of analogue output for humidifier
Volt
0 to 10
R
Ia
Status of analogue output for main fan
Volt
0 to 10
Recovery
R
Ia
Status of analogue output for recovery
Volt
0 to 10
Dig.outputs 1-3:
R
Ib
Status of digital output 1
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 1-3:
R
Ib
Status of digital output 2
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 1-3:
R
Ib
Status of digital output 3
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 4-6:
R
Ic
Status of digital output 4
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 4-6:
R
Ic
Status of digital output 5
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 4-6:
R
Ic
Status of digital output 6
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 7-8:
R
Id
Status of digital output 7
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 7-8:
R
Id
Status of digital output 8
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 9-11:
R
Ie
Status of digital output 9
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 9-11:
R
Ie
Status of digital output 10
OFF/ON
Dig.outputs 9-11:
R
Ie
Status of digital output 11
OFF/ON
Dig.outp.12-14:
R
If
Status of digital output 12
OFF/ON
Dig.outp.12-14:
R
If
Status of digital output 13
Current total
steam flow:
Conduct.
R
Ig
Current total steam flow-rate
R
Ig
Conductivity value
Nominal Value
Nom.Prod:
Nom.Current:
R
Ih
Rated humidity production
R
Ih
Rated current value
A
Voltage:
R
Ih
Rated voltage value
V
Cylinder 1
Status:
Activity:
R
Ii
R
Ii
Amps:
R
Ii
Operating status of the cylinder (OFF, Softstart, Softstart, Stable operation,
Low Prod, Stable operation, Wash)
Cylinder activity in progress (Cylinder OFF, Fill, Evaporation, Drain, Drain,
Drain, Alarm, Drain for inact., Pre-wash, Total drain, Alarm, Check Water Fill,
Period drain)
Current
A
Cyl.1-Cont.
R
Ij
Contactor status cylinder 1
Cyl.1-Fill
R
Ij
Fill status cylinder 1
OFF/ON
Cyl.1-Drain
R
Ij
Drain status cylinder 1
OFF/ON
Water level
R
Ij
Water level cylinder 1
Driver 1
EEV
Valve Position
R
Ik
Operating mode of the driver in circuit 1 (automatic – manual)
R
Ik
Position of the electronic valve in circuit 1
Steps
0 to 100%
Power request
R
Ik
Capacity required by circuit 1
%
0 to 100%
Driver 1
SuperHeat
Evap.Temp.
R
Il
Superheating value circuit 1
°C
R
Il
Evaporation temperature circuit 1
°C
Suct.Temp
R
Il
Suction temperature circuit 1
°C
Driver 1
Evap.Press.
Evap.Temp.
R
Im
Evaporation pressure circuit 1
Bar
R
Im
Evaporation temperature circuit 1
°C
Cond.Press.
R
Im
Condensing temperature circuit 1
°C
Driver 2
EVV
Valve Position
R
In
Operating mode of the driver in circuit 2 (automatic – manual)
R
In
Position of the electronic valve in circuit 2
Power request
R
In
Capacity required by circuit 2
%
Driver 2 superheat
R
Io
Superheating value circuit 2
°C
Evap.Temp.
R
Io
Evaporation temperature circuit 2
°C
Suct.Temp
R
Io
Suction temperature circuit 2
°C
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Default
OFF/ON
kg/h, lb/hr
uS/cm
kg/h, lb/hr
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
17
AUTO/MAN
AUTO/MAN
Steps
0 to 100%
AUTO
AUTO
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Parameter
Type
Ref.
Driver 2
Evap.Press.
Evap.Temp.
R
Ip
Evaporation pressure circuit 2
Bar
R
Ip
Evaporation temperature circuit 2
°C
Cond.Press.
R
Ip
Condensing temperature circuit 2
°C
Firmware version
Driver 1
Driver 2
R
Iq
Firmware version driver 1
R
Iq
Firmware version driver 2
"External modem"
"GSM modem"
Status:
R
Iv
Type of modem used
R
Iv
Field
R
Iv
Operating status of the modem (Standby, Initialisation, Searching for GSM
network, Standby, Alarm, Init. error., PIN enabled error, GSM network not
found, SMS saturation, Send SMS..., Connection..., Calling)
Signal reception strength of the modem
Time next call
R
Iv
Time between two successive calls
P.ERROR
R
Iv
Display presence of permanent error ON GSM modem
Dialling number:
R
Iv
Display number called
S0
15-button terminal
SET POINT button
Current temperature set point
SET POINT
Actual Setpoints:
Temperature
Humidity
R
Description
UOM
Range
Default
1 to 12
%
0 to 100%
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
PRG button and SET POINT in the menu
ºC/ºF
R
S0
Current humidity set point
% RH
R/W
S1
Temperature set point
ºC/ºF
see P1
23.0
R/W
S1
Humidity set point
% RH
see P2
50.0
R
A0
15-button terminal
MAINTENANCE button
Display version and date of the software
R/W
A0
Current language of the user interface
System informat.
Bios:
Boot:
R
A1
Display the version and date of the bios
R
A1
Display the version and date of the boot
Running hours:
Main fan
Humidifier
R
A2
Display operating hours of the main fan
R
A2
Display humidifier operating hours
Running hours:
Compressor1
Compressor2
R
A3
Display operating hours of compressor 1
Setpoint:
Temperature
Humidity
MAINTENANCE
FLSTDmCZ0E
Ver.:
Language:
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
PRG button and MAINTENANCE in the menu
English,
Italian,
French,
German
English
0 to 9999
1234
0 to 99 0 to
999
0 to 99 0 to
999
0 to 99 0 to
999
No/Yes
0
0 to 99
0 to 999
-9.9 to 9.9
99
0
R
A3
Display operating hours of compressor 2
Maintenance
Password
Modify runn hours
Compressor1
Compressor2
R/W
A5
Enter password
R/W
A6
Modify compressor 1 operating hours
hours
R/W
A6
Modify Compressor 2 operating hours
hours
Modify runn hours
ventilatore
Humidifier hour reset
R/W
An
Modify outlet fan operating hours
hours
R/W
An
Reset humidifier operating hours
Threshold running
hours alarm (x1000)
Probes Setting
Pressure 1
Pressure 2
R/W
A7
Operating hour threshold of the devices
R/W
A8
Condensing pressure probe 1 calibration
hours x
1000
% RH
R/W
A8
Condensing pressure probe 2 calibration
bar
-9.9 to 9.9
Humidity
R/W
A8
Humidity probe calibration
bar
-9.9 to 9.9
0
Ambient temp.
R/W
A9
Room temperature probe calibration
ºC / ºF
-9.9T9.9
0
Extern.temp.
R/W
A9
Outside temperature probe calibration
ºC / ºF
-9.9T9.9
0
Supply Air
R/W
A9
Outlet temperature probe calibration
ºC / ºF
-9.9T9.9
0
Temp.recup.
R/W
Aa
Recovery probe calibration
ºC / ºF
-9.9T9.9
0
Temp.cond.1
R/W
Aa
Cond. temperature probe 1 calibration
ºC / ºF
-9.9T9.9
0
Temp.cond.2
Manual Procedure
Dout 01
Dout 02
Dout 03
Manual Procedure
Dout 04
Dout 05
R/W
Aa
-9.9T9.9
0
R/W
Ab
Cond. temperature probe 2 calibration
Manual activation of digital outputs 1 – 2 – 3
ºC / ºF
OFF/ON
OFF
R/W
Ac
Manual activation of digital outputs 4 – 6
OFF/ON
OFF
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Parameter
Type
Ref.
Manual Procedure
Dout 06
Dout 07
Dout 08
R/W
Ad
Manual Procedure
Dout 09
Dout 10
Manual Procedure
Dout 11
Dout 12
Dout 13
Manual Procedure
Aout 01
Aout 02
Manual Procedure
Aout 01
Aout
02
Manual Procedure
Aout 03
Aout 04
Manual Procedure
Aout 03
Aout 04
Integr.humidifier
Pre-clean
Total drain
R/W
Drv1
offset
probe
S1
S2
S3
Drv2
offset
probe
S1
S2
S3
Man.proc.driver1
EEV Position
Steps Opening
Position
Man.proc.driver2
EEV Position
Steps Opening
Position
Status driver 1
System's
waiting
for... Go ahead?
Status driver 2
System's
waiting
for... Go ahead?
New maintenance
Password:
Description
UOM
Range
Default
Manual activation of digital outputs 7 – 8
OFF/ON
OFF
Ae
Manual activation of digital outputs 9 – 10
OFF/ON
OFF
R/W
Ao
Manual activation of digital outputs 11 – 12 – 13
OFF/ON
OFF
R/W
Af
Set the operating mode of modulating outputs 1 – 2
AUTO/MAN
AUTO
R/W
Af
Manual activation of modulating outputs 1 – 2
0 to 10.0
0
R/W
Ag
Set the operating mode of analogue outputs 3 – 4
AUTO/MAN
AUTO
R/W
Ag
Manual activation of modulating outputs 3 – 4
0 to 10.0
0
R/W
Ah
Activation of pre-wash for built-in humidifier (not pCOxs)
No/Yes
No
R/W
Ah
Activation of total drain (not pCOxs)
No/Yes
No
R/W
An
Driver 1 probe calibration
°C / barg
-9.9 to 9.9
0
R/W
Ao
Driver 2 probe calibration
°C / barg
-9.9 to 9.9
0
R/W
Ai
Valve control mode for Driver 1
Auto/Man.
Auto.
R/W
Ai
Number of manual valve opening steps Driver 1
Steps
0 to 9999
0
Steps
Auto/Man.
Auto.
0 to 9999
0
Volt
Volt
R
Ai
Display current valve opening steps Driver 1
R/W
Aj
Valve control mode for Driver 2
R/W
Aj
Number of manual valve opening steps Driver 2
Steps
Steps
R
Aj
Display current valve opening steps Driver 2
R/W
Ak
Manual release Driver 1 when starting
No/Yes
No
R/W
Al
Manual release Driver 2 when starting
No/Yes
No
R/W
Am
Enter new Maintenance password
0 to 9999
1234
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
PRG button and USER in the menu
0 to 9999
1234
User
password
Limits setpoint
temperature:
Min:
Max:
Limits setpoint
humidity:
Min:
Max:
Temperature:
Cool differ.
Heat differ.
Neutral zone
R/W
P0
15-button terminal
PROG button
Enter User password
R/W
P1
Minimum and maximum limits of the temperature set point
ºC / ºF
-999.9T999.9
-99.9to99.9
R/W
P2
Minimum and maximum limits of the humidity set point
% RH
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to100.0
R/W
P3
Proportional heating and cooling temperature bands
ºC / ºF
0.0T100.0
3.0…3.0
R/W
P3
Temperature dead zone
ºC / ºF
0.0T99.9
0.0
Dehumid.band
Humidity band
Show language
mask at start-up
Keyboard on/off
R/W
P4
Proportional humidification and dehumidification bands
% RH
0.0 to 99.9
2.0…2.0
R/W
P5
Display language screen on board power-up
No/Yes
Yes
R/W
P5
Shutdown unit from button
No/Yes
No
En.remote On/Off
R/W
P5
Enable ON/OFF from remote
No/Yes
No
Recovery setpoint
R/W
P6
Recovery set point
Compensation:
R/W
P7
Enable compensation
Setpoint
R/W
P7
Compensation set point
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19
0T680
12
No/Yes
No
Notes
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Parameter
Type
Ref.
Description
UOM
Range
Default
Band
R/W
P7
Compensation band
Offset
R/W
P7
Compensation offset
Temperature alarm
Low offset
High offset
Humidity alarm
Low offset
High offset
Air temp.supply
limit enable:
Setpoint
R/W
P8
High and low room temperature alarm offset
ºC / ºF
-999.9T999.9
10.0 to
10.0
R/W
P9
High and low ambient humidity alarm offset
% RH
0 to 100.0
20.0 to
30.0
R/W
Pa
Enable outlet limit function
No/Yes
No
Differenz.
R/W
Pa
Outlet air set point for the limit function
ºC / ºF
-999.9T999.9
12.0
R/W
Sel.type alarm
R/W
Pa
Outlet air differential for the limit function
ºC / ºF
-999.9T999.9
4.0
Pb
Assign type of alarm Serious / Minor ½ from AL01 to AL20
S/1/2
Pc
Assign type of alarm Serious / Minor ½ from AL21 to AL40
S/1/2
R/W
Pd
Assign type of alarm Serious / Minor ½ from AL41 to AL60
S/1/2
5-6-9=S
others=1
26=S
others=1
All = 1
Sel.type alarm
R/W
Sel.type alarm
Sel.type alarm
R/W
Pe
Assign type of alarm Serious / Minor ½ from AL61 to AL69
S/1/2
All = 1
Identific.number
for BMS Network:
Comm.speed:
R/W
Pf
Board identification number for supervisor network
0…200
1
R/W
Pf
Board communication speed for supervisor network
Protocol type:
R/W
Pf
Select serial communication network
Max.phone n.:
R/W
Pg
Telephone numbers entered for the analogue modem
Mobile number:
R/W
Pg
Enter telephone numbers for the analogue/digital modem
1,2,..
R/W
Pg
Number of rings for the digital modem
Modem password:
R/W
Pg
Modem rings:
R/W
Modem type:
R/W
New user
password
R/W
Baud Rate 1200…19200
1200
CAREL,
Modbus, Lon,
RS232, GSM
1…4
CAREL
1
0 to 9,#,*,@,ˆ
0
0 to 9
0
0 to 9999
0
Ph
Access password for the pCO via analogue/digital modem from PC or cellular
phone (SMS)
Number of rings for the analogue modem
0 to 9
0
Ph
Type of analogue modem
Tone/Pulse
Tone
Pi
Enter new User password
0 to 9999
1234
R/W
Z0
15-button terminal
PROG button + MENU
Enter Manufacturer password
CONFIGURATION →
BMS Network
:
R/W
C0
Enable BMS
No/Yes
No
Printer
:
R/W
C0
Enable printer
No/Yes
No
Select.of temp.:
R/W
C0
Select unit of measure for the temperature probes and the parameters
Clock board
R/W
C0
Enable clock board (pCO1 and pCOxs only )
Type of Unit:
R/W
C1
Select type of unit controlled
Refrigerant:
R/W
C1
Select refrigerant
MANUFACTURER
Password
:
6-button PGD0* or Built-in terminal
PRG button and MANUFACTURER in the menu
0 to 9999
1234
ºC/ºF
ºC
No/Yes
No
ED/CW
ED
R22, R134a,
R404a, R407C,
R410A, R507c,
R290, R600,
R600a, R717,
R744, R728,
R1270
1/2
R134a
Compressors :
R/W
C2
Number of compressors (ED unit)
Unloaders
:
R/W
C2
Number of compressor load steps (not pCOxs) (ED unit)
Heating mode:
R/W
C2
Heating mode (ED unit)
Heaters/Coil
Heaters n.
:
R/W
C2
Number of heaters (ED unit)
0/2/Binary
1
Valve
:
R/W
C2
Type of valve for heating coil (ED unit)
0-10V/3-pt.
0 to 10 Volt
Battery 1:
R/W
C3
Type of coil (CW unit)
Valve 1
:
R/W
C3
Type of coil valve (CW unit)
Heating
:
R/W
C3
Heating mode (CW unit)
Heaters n:
R/W
C3
Number of heaters (CW unit)
Valve 2
R/W
C3
Type of valve for heating coil (CW unit)
0-10V/3pt.
0-10 Volt
Configuration of
digital input 5:
R/W
C4
Configuration of digital input 5 (not pCOxs)
Dirty
filters
Configuration of
digital input 12:
R/W
C5
Configuration of digital input 12 (not pCOxs)
Configuration of
digital input 1:
R/W
C6
Configuration of digital input 1 (not pCOxs)
Flood, Dirty
filters,
Smoke/fire
Smoke/fire,
Flood
Smoke/fire,
:
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Heaters
C/H/Cool
C/H
0-10V/3-pt.
0 to 10
Volt
Heater
Heater/
Coil 2
0 to 3
20
1
2
-
Notes
Standard air-conditioners - FLSTDMCZ0E
Parameter
Type
Ref.
Description
UOM
Range
Default
Flood
xs
Configuration of
digital output 7:
R/W
C7
Configuration of digital output 7 (not pCO )
Configuration of
analog input 1:
R/W
C8
Configuration of analogue input 1 (pCOXS only)
Configuration of
analog input 2:
R/W
C9
Configuration of analogue input 2 (pCOXS only)
Configuration of
analog input 2:
R/W
C9
Configuration of analogue input 2 (not pCOxs)
Configuration of
analog input 3:
R/W
Ca
Configuration of analogue input 3 (not pCOxs)
Analog outp.1:
R/W
Cb
Configuration of analogue input 1 (not pCOxs)
Analog outp.1:
R/W
Cb
Configuration of analogue input 1 (pCOXS only)
Analog Humidif.:
R/W
Cb
Enable analogue humidifier
Configuration of
analog output 2:
R/W
Cc
Configuration of analogue input 2 (pCO²-pCO1 only)
Recovery damper
enabled
Main fan damper
presence
Condensation:
R/W
Cd
Enable recovery valve (CW unit)
R/W
Cd
Enable presence of analogue fan (CW unit)
No/Yes
R/W
Ce
Enable condenser control (ED unit)
No/Yes
No
Cond.type
:
R/W
Ce
Select type of condenser
Single
Output type:
R/W
Ce
Select type of condenser output
inverter
Fans number:
R/W
Ce
Set number of condenser fans for control by steps
Single,
separate
Inverter,
steps
1 to 2
PWM output conf.
Triac Max
Triac Min.
R/W
Cf
Maximum voltage threshold for Triac
%
0 to 100
92
R/W
Cf
Minimum voltage threshold for Triac
%
0 to 100
70
Pulse width
R/W
Cf
Triac impulse duration
m seconds
0 to 10
2
Dehum.logic:
R/W
Cg
Select type of dehumidification operating logic
N.O./N.C.
N.O.
Comps.for dehumid:
R/W
Cg
Enable compressors for dehumidification (ED unit)
No/Yes
No
Cooling valve with
dehumid:
Integr.humidif. :
R/W
Cg
Enable cooling valve with dehumidification (CW unit)
No/Yes
No
R/W
Cg
Enable built-in humidifier (not pCOxs)
No/Yes
No
Humidifier type
R/W
Ch
Select type of built-in humidifier
Max.produz.
R/W
Ch
Maximum production
Board
R/W
Ch
Select type of built-in humidifier control board
Humidity probe:
R/W
Ci
Enable ambient humidity probe
Type
R/W
Ci
Select type of humidity probe
Threshold min.
R/W
Ci
Minimum humidity value
Threshold max.
R/W
Ci
Maximum humidity value
Pressure1 probe:
R/W
Cj
Enable pressure probe circuit 1
Type
R/W
Cj
Select type of pressure probe circuit 1
Threshold min.
R/W
Cj
Minimum pressure value circuit 1
R/W
Cj
Maximum pressure value circuit 1
Pressure2 probe:
R/W
Ck
Enable pressure probe circuit 2
Type
R/W
Ck
Select type of pressure probe circuit 2
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Ambient humidity,
Outside
temperature,
Recovery
temperature
Outside
temperature,
Recovery
temperature
Pressure circ.1,
Temperature
circ.1,
Outlet
temperature
Pressure circ.2,
Temperature
circ.2,
Recovery
temperature
Recovery valve,
analogue fan
Humidifier,
recovery
damper
No/Yes
Ambient
humidity
Outside
temperatu
re
-
-
Humidifier
No
Recovery valve, Recovery
analogue
valve
humidifier.
No/Yes
No
%
Threshold max.
Recovery valve,
Minor alarm
No
1
0 to 1000
PCOUMID200/PC PCOUMID
OUMID000
000
No/Yes
No
Current
%
0 to 1V,
Current
0 to 1000
%
0 to 1000
1000
No/Yes
No
Current
Bar
Current,
0 to 5 V (pCO1-pCOxs,
pCO3only)
-200 to 500
Bar
-200 to 500
30 Bar
No/Yes
No
0
0 Bar
Current,
Current
0 to 5 V (pCO1-pCOxs,
3
pCO only)
Notes
Standard air-conditioners - FLSTDMCZ0E
Parameter
Threshold min.
Type
Ref.
R/W
Ck
Description
Minimum pressure value circuit 2
UOM
Range
Default
Bar
-200 to 500
0 Bar
Bar
-200 to 500
30 Bar
NTC,
PT1000(pCO2pCO
3
only)
NTC
Threshold max.
R/W
Ck
Maximum pressure value circuit 2
Room temperature
type
R/W
Cl
Type of signal from the room temperature probe
Supply air probe
R/W
Cl
Enable outlet probe
Type
R/W
Cl
Type of signal from the outlet temperature probe
Ext.temp.probe:
R/W
Cm
Enable outside temperature probe
Type
R/W
Cm
Type of signal from the outside temperature probe
Recovery probe:
R/W
Cm
Enable recovery probe
Type
R/W
Cm
Type of signal from the recovery probe
Cond.1 temp.:
R/W
Cn
Enable condenser 1 temperature probe
Type
R/W
Cn
Type of signal from the condenser 1 temperature probe
Cond.2 temp.:
R/W
Cn
Enable condenser 2 temperature probe
Type
R/W
Cn
Type of signal from the condenser 2 temperature probe
Units configurat.
U1:
U2:
U3:
U4:
U5:
U6:
U7:
U8:
R/W
Co
pLAN connection class of boards 1 – 3
R/W
Cp
pLAN connection class of boards 4 – 6
R/W
Cq
pLAN connection class of boards 7 – 8
PARAMETERS →
recovery valve
R/W
G0
Enable recovery valve
No/Yes
Rotation Comp. :
R/W
G1
Enable FIFO rotation between compressors
No/Yes
No
Regulation type:
R/W
G1
Type of temperature control
Prop./P+I
Proportion
al
Unload. Logic
No/Yes
No
NTC, PT1000
(pCO2pCO3 only)
No/Yes
NTC
NTC, PT1000
NTC
(pCO2pCO3 only)
No
No/Yes
No
NTC, PT1000
(pCO2pCO3 only)
No/Yes
NTC
NTC, PT1000
(pCO2pCO3 only)
No/Yes
NTC
Yes
Yes
NTC, PT1000
NTC
(pCO2pCO3 only)
Present-rotation, PresentPresent-no rot., no rot.
Not present
Present-rotation, PresentPresent-no rot., no rot.
Not present
Present-rotation, PresentPresent-no rot., no rot.
Not present
No
R/W
G1
Logic of the part load contact
%
N.C./N.O.
Cooling valve
(Single valve)
Begin
End
Cooling valve 3P
(Single valve 3P")
Begin
End
Heating damper
Begin
End
Valve 3P hot:
Begin
End
Damper/Valve
recovery
Begin
End
Main fan damper
Min.speed
Max.speed
Dehumid speed
R/W
G2
%
0.0 to 100.0
50.0
R/W
G2
Star point to open modulating cooling valve (or single valve) with recovery (see
G0)
Start and end point to open modulating cooling valve (or single valve)
%
0.0 to 100.0
R/W
G3
0.0 /
100.0
50.0
R/W
R/W
Analog humidifier
Min.speed
Max.speed
Low temp.limit
(stop dehumidif.):
Differential
Offset
R/W
R/W
G9
R/W
Addict.features
Drain by low setp.
Inactivity drain
R/W
Periodic flushing
Addit.features
Unpowered drain
Cylinder warning
:
%
0.0 to 100.0
G3
Start point to open 3-point cooling valve (or single valve) with recovery (see
G0)
Start and end point to open 3-point cooling valve (or single valve)
%
0.0 to 100.0
R/W
G4
Start and end point to open modulating heating valve
%
0.0 to 100.0
R/W
G5
Start and end point to open 3-point heating valve
%
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 /
100.0
R/W
G6
Start and end point to open modulating recovery valve
%
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 /
100.0
R/W
G7
Minimum and maximum modulating fan speed
V
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 /
100.0
G7
Outlet fan speed during dehumidification
V
0.0 to 100.0
5.0
G8
Minimum and maximum analogue humidifier speed
V
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 /
100.0
Low temperature limit differential (stop dehumidification)
ºC / ºF
0T999
50
G9
Temperature offset to restart dehumidification
ºC / ºF
0T999
40
Ga
Disable drain water to reduce set point
No/Yes
No
R/W
Ga
Disable drain due to extended humidifier standby
No/Yes
No
R/W
Ga
Disable non-serious alarm messages on humidifier.
No/Yes
No
R/W
Gb
Enable drain without power
N/Y
N
R/W
Gb
Enable cylinder depleted messages
N/Y
N
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0.0 /
100.0
0.0 /
100.0
Notes
Standard air-conditioners - FLSTDMCZ0E
Parameter
Type
Ref.
Addit.features
Cyl.maint.warn:
Flush period:
R/W
Gc
Cylinder lifetime limit
R/W
Gc
Interval between two periodicals drain cycles
Inactiv.drain:
R/W
Gc
Days to wait for drain due to inactivity
Addit.features
Time to off:
Force Cond:
R/W
Gd
Delay time in shutdown
R/W
Gd
Thresh.conduct.
Warning:
Alarm:
R/W
Ge
R/W
Ge
High conductivity alarm limit
Humidifier
Percentage timing
Drain (resp.H3)
Evap.(resp.H4)
R/W
Gf
Set percentage of time for drain to dilute
R/W
Gf
Set frequency of drain cycles to dilute
%
50 to 200
100
Pressure probe
High thresh.
Differ.HP
R/W
Gg
High pressure alarm set point
bar
-99.9 to 99.9
23.5
R/W
Gg
High pressure alarm differential
bar
-99.9 to 99.9
1.0
Condensation
Setpoint
Different.
R/W
Gh
Condensing pressure set point
bar
-99.9 to 99.9
14.0
R/W
Gh
Condensing pressure differential
bar
-99.9 to 99.9
2.0
Speedup time
R/W
Gh
Modulating condenser fan speed-up time
Condensation
Setpoint
Different.
R/W
Gi
Condensing temperature set point
R/W
Gi
Condensing temperature differential
Speedup time
R/W
Gi
Modulating condenser fan speed-up time
Condens.fans
Low speed
High speed
Hp cond.prevent
enabled:
Setpoint
R/W
Gj
Minimum and maximum modulating condenser fan speed
R/W
Gk
Enable high pressure alarm Prevent function
R/W
Gk
Prevent function pressure set point
Different.
R/W
Gk
Prevent function pressure differential
Hp cond.prevent
enabled:
Setpoint
R/W
Gl
Enable high pressure alarm Prevent function
R/W
Gl
Prevent function temperature set point
Different.
R/W
Gl
Prevent function temperature differential
Master control
enable
Rotation type
R/W
Gm
Enable Carel network Master Control function
R/W
Gn
Unit rotation mode in the pLAN
Stand-by units
R/W
Gn
Number of units set in Standby mode
Rotation time
R/W
Gn
Automatic rotation interval for units in pLAN
Timezones units
Rotation time
Timezones units
Rotation time
Every .. days
R/W
Go
Hour of automatic rotation for units in pLAN
R/W
Go
Minutes of automatic rotation for units in pLAN
R/W
Go
Interval in days for automatic rotation in pLAN network
Force unit by
temperature
Delay low temp.
Delay high temp.
Force unit by
low temperature
Differential
Offset
R/W
Gp
Enable force units on function in pLAN
R/W
Gp
Force on delay for high and low room temperature
R/W
Gq
R/W
Force unit by
high temperature
Differential
Offset
R/W
R/W
CAREL EXV DRIVERS / System parameters
Number drivers
R/W
connected
Battery Driver1
R/W
Description
UOM
Range
Default
h
0 to 4000
1500
h
1 to 120
24
G
1 to 199
3
sec
0 to 120
0
Water conductivity (0=automatic measurement)
uS/cm
0 to 2000
0
High conductivity warning limit
uS/cm
0/B6
2000
uS/cm
B5/2000
1500
%
50 to 200
100
seconds
0 to 999
2
ºC / ºF
-99.9T99.9
55.0
1.0
ºC / ºF
-99.9T99.9
seconds
0 to 999
2
Volt
0 to 10.0
0.0 / 10.0
No/Yes
No
Bar
-99.9 to 99.9
20.0
Bar
-99.9 to 99.9
2.0
No/Yes
No
ºC / ºF
-99.9T99.9
70.0
ºC / ºF
-99.9T99.9
1.0
No/Yes
No
Auto
Hours
Automatic,
Time bands,
Operating hours.
0/No. units in
present rotation mode
1 to 240
Hours
0 to 23
22
Minutes
0 to 59
00
24
1 to 7
3
No/Yes
No
Minutes
0 to 999
3/3
Differential to force unit on in network for low room temperature
ºC / ºF
0T99.9
8
Gq
Offset to force unit on in network for low room temperature
ºC / ºF
0T99.9
4
Gr
Differential to force unit on in network for high room temperature
ºC / ºF
0T99.9
8
Gr
Offset to force unit on in network for high room temperature
ºC / ºF
0T99.9
4
400-pLAN /
400tLAN
N/Y
400-pLAN
See EVD400
manual
See EVD400
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→
F0
Number of drivers
F0
Type of EVD driver
Battery Driver2
R/W
F0
Enable driver battery
Type drive EVD
R/W
F1
Type of driver probes
Type of valve
R/W
F2
Type of valve
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0
N
CAREL
Notes
Standard air-conditioners - FLSTDMCZ0E
Parameter
Custom vlv config.
minimum steps
Custom vlv config.
Maximum steps
Custom vlv config.
Closing step
Custom valve
configuration
Opening EXTRAs
Custom valve
configuration
Closing EXTRAs
Custom valve
configuration
Phase current
Custom valve
configuration
Still current
Custom valve
configuration
Step rate
Custom valve
configuration
Duty-cycle
EEV stand-by steps
EEV position with 0%
power demand
S1
probe
limits
pressure limits
Min value
S1
probe
limits
pressure limits
Max value
Alarms delay
Low SuperHeat
Alarms delay
High SuperHeat
Alarms delay
LOP
Alarms delay
MOP
Alarms delay
Delay probe error
CAREL EXV DRIVERS / Autosetup
Circuit/EEV
Ratio
for startup opening
Compressor type
Type
Ref.
Description
UOM
Range
Default
manual
E2V
R/W
F3
Custom Valve: minimum steps
0 to 8100
0
R/W
F3
Custom Valve: maximum steps
0 to 8100
1600
R/W
F3
Custom Valve: closing steps
0 to 8100
3600
R/W
F4
Custom Valve: enable extra step in opening
N/Y
N
R/W
F4
Custom Valve: enable extra step in closing
N/Y
N
R/W
F5
Custom Valve: operating current
mA
0 to 1000
250
R/W
F6
Custom Valve: holding current
mA
0 to 1000
100
R/W
F6
Custom Valve: frequency
Hertz
32 to 330
100
R/W
F6
Custom Valve: duty cycle
R/W
F7
Rest steps
R/W
F8
Minimum value for pressure probe S1
R/W
F8
Maximum value for pressure probe S1
R/W
F9
R/W
%
0 to 100
50
0 to 8100
0
Bar
-9.9 to 10.0
-1.0
Bar
3.5 to 200.0
9.3
Low superheat alarm delay
seconds
0 to 3600
120
F9
High superheat alarm delay
minutes
0 to 500
20
R/W
Fa
LOP alarm delay
seconds
0 to 3600
120
R/W
Fa
MOP alarm delay
seconds
0 to 3600
0
R/W
Fb
Probe alarm delay
%
0 to 100
60
→
R/W
Q0
Percentage ratio between cooling capacity and Driver capacity
%
0 to 100
60
R/W
Q1
Type of compressor or unit
---
Capacity control
R/W
Q1
Type of capacity control
Capacity control
Cool
R/W
Q2
Type of exchanger in cooling mode
Minimum satured
temperature Cool
Mode
Maximun satured
temperature Cool
Mode
High SuperHeat alarm
threshold
CAREL EXV DRIVERS / Advanced
Circ./EEV Ratio
R/W
Q3
LOP protection threshold
ºC
See manual
EVD400
See manual
EVD400
See manual
EVD400
-70.0 to 50.0
-2.0
R/W
Q4
MOP protection threshold
ºC
-50.0 to 90.0
12.0
R/W
Q5
High superheat alarm threshold
ºC
0.0 to 99.9
20.0
→
R/W
N0
Percentage ratio between cooling capacity and Driver capacity
%
Prop. Gain
R/W
N1
Proportional gain
Integral time
R/W
N1
Integral time
SuperHeat set C1
R/W
N2
Superheat set point circuit 1
Low SuperHeat
R/W
N2
SuperHeat set C1
R/W
N3
Low SuperHeat
R/W
SHeat dead zone
R/W
Derivative time
R/W
Low SHeat int.time
LOP integral time
-----
0 to 100
0
0.0 to 99.9
0
sec
0 to 999
0
ºC
2.0 to 50.0
0
Threshold for low superheat protection circuit 1
ºC
0 to 9.9
0
Superheat set point circuit 2
ºC
2.0 to 50.0
0
N3
Threshold for low superheat protection circuit 2
ºC
0 to 9.9
0
N4
Superheat dead band
ºC
0 to 9.9
0
N4
Derivative time
sec
0 to 99.9
0
R/W
N5
Integral time for low superheat protection
sec
0 to 30.0
0
R/W
N5
Integral time for LOP protection threshold
sec
0 to 25.5
0
MOP integral time
R/W
N6
Integral time for MOP protection threshold
sec
0 to 25.5
0
MOP startup delay
R/W
N6
MOP protection delay at start-up
sec
0 to 500
0
Dynamic prop. Gain?
R/W
N7
Enable dynamic proportional factor
Y/N
N
Blocked valve check
R/W
N7
Waiting time for forced closing/opening with valve blocked
sec
0 to 999
0
Hi TCond.prot.
R/W
N8
High condensing temp. protection threshold
ºC
0 to 99.9
0
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Parameter
Hi TCond.int.time
TIMES →
Delay time
start fan
Delay time
stop fan
Integration time
P+I only
Opening time
3p valve
Delay alarm low
pressure
Delay alarm Low/High
Temp./Humi.
Delay alarm
Relay 8
Delay alarm
Relay 7
Delay alarm
air flow
Delay alarm
water flow
Min.off time
compressors
Min. time Power-On
compressor
Start delay same
compressor
Start delay diff.
compressors
Delay time among
unloaders
Delay time among
resistors
INITIALISATION →
Insert password
to install default
values
Erase history
alarm
New manufacturer
password
Type
Ref.
UOM
Range
Default
R/W
N8
Integral time for high condensing temp. threshold
sec
0 to 25.5
0
R/W
T0
Outlet fan start and stop delay
seconds
0 to 999
10 / 20
R/W
T1
Integral time for P+I temperature control
seconds
0 to 9999
600
R/W
T1
3-point freecooling travel time
seconds
0 to 9999
180
R/W
T2
Low pressure alarm delay
seconds
0 to 9999
180
R/W
T2
High-low temperature-humidity alarm delay
seconds
0 to 9999
600
R/W
T3
Relay 8 activation delay
seconds
0 to 999
0
R/W
T3
Relay 7 activation delay
seconds
0 to 999
0
R/W
T4
Air flow switch alarm delay
seconds
0 to 9999
10
R/W
T4
Water flow alarm delay
seconds
0 to 9999
10
R/W
T5
Minimum compressor off time
seconds
0 to 9999
180
R/W
T5
Minimum compressor on time
seconds
0 to 9999
60
R/W
T6
Delay between compressor starts
seconds
0 to 9999
360
R/W
T6
Minimum delay between starts different of compressors
seconds
0 to 9999
10
R/W
T7
Start delay between load steps
seconds
0 to 9999
10
R/W
T8
Activation delay between heaters
seconds
0 to 9999
3
R/W
V0
Enter password for restore default values function
0 to 9999
1234
R/W
V1
Delete BASIC alarm LOG
No/Yes
No
R/W
V2
Enter new Manufacturer password
0 to 9999
1234
R/W
L0
15-button terminal
INFO button (switches to the next board in the pLAN)
Select the unit to be controlled by the terminal
R
L0
Display the pLAN address of the board controlled
CHANGE UNIT
Switch to unit
address:
Current Unit:
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PRG button and MANUFACTURER in the menu
1 to 8
1 to 8
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8. Screens
The screens are sub-divided into 5 categories:
•
·screens, not password-protected: these are located in all the branches, except for “prog” and “menu+prog”, and show the values read by the probes,
the status of the alarms, the operating hours of the devices, the time and date; they are also used to set the temperature and humidity set point and the clock.
These screens are indicated by the “” symbol in the following table of parameters.
•
USER screens, password-protected (1234, modifiable): these are accessed by pressing the “prog” button, and are used to set the main functions (times,
set points, differentials) for the devices connected; the screens that relate to functions that are not available are not displayed. These screens are indicated by
the “” symbol in the following table of parameters.
•
MAINTENANCE screens, password-protected (1234, modifiable): these are accessed by pressing the “maintenance” button, and are used for performing
the periodical checks on the devices, calibrating the probes, modifying the operating hours and manually activating the devices. These screens are indicated by
the “” symbol in the following table of parameters.
•
CLOCK screens, password-protected (1234, modifiable): these are accessed by pressing the “clock” button and are used to set and activate the
temperature and humidity time bands. These screens are indicated by the “” symbol in the following table of parameters.
•
MANUFACTURER screens, password-protected (1234, modifiable): these are accessed by pressing the “menu+prog” buttons and are used to configure
the air-conditioning unit, enable the main functions and select the devices connected. These screens are indicated by the “” symbol in the following table of
parameters.
8.1
List of the screens
The following list shows the screens available on the display. The columns in the table represent the loop of screens, with the first screen (A0, B0…) being the
one that is displayed when pressing the corresponding button, after which the arrow buttons can be used to scroll the other screens. The codes (Ax, Bx, Cx…)
are displayed in the top right corner of the screens, making them easy to identify. The meaning of the symbols , … is explained in the previous paragraph.
The annotation PSW indicates screens that are protected by password.
ESC
PRG MAN
PRINTER
 A0
 A1
 A2
 A3
 A4
PSW A5
 A6
 A7
 A8
 A9
 Aa
 Ab
 Ac
 Ad
 Ae
 Af
 Ag
 Ah
 Ai
 Aj
 Ak
 Al
 Am


INPUT/
OUTPUT
CLOCK
SET POINT
PRG USER
MANUFACTURER
+



M0
M1
M2
H0
H1
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 I0
 I1
 I2
 I3
 I4
 I5
 I6
 I7
 I8
 I9
 Ia
 Ib
 Ic
 Id
 Ie
 If
 Ig
 Ih
 Ii
 Ij
 Ik
 Il
 Im
 In
 Io
 Ip
 Iq
 Ir
 Is
 It
 Iu
 Iv
 Iw

PSW









K0
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9
Ka


S0
S1
PSW


















P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
Pa
Pb
Pc
Pd
Pe
Pf
Pg
Ph
Pi
PSW Z0
CONFIGURATION →
PARAMETERS
26
→







































C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
Ca
Cb
Cc
Cd
Ce
Cf
Cg
Cj
Ci
Cl
Cm
Cn
Co
Cp
Co
Cp
Cq
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
G9
Ga
Gb
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ESC
PRG MAN
PRINTER
INPUT/
OUTPUT
CLOCK
SET POINT
PRG USER
MANUFACTURER
+
CAREL EXV DRIVER→
System parameters
CAREL EXV DRIVER→
Advanced
CAREL EXV DRIVER→
Autosetup
TIMES →
INITIALISATION →
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




















































Gc
Gd
Ge
Gf
Gg
Gh
Gi
Gj
Gk
Gl
Gm
Gn
Go
Gr
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
Fa
Fb
N0
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
N7
N8
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
T0
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
V0
V1
V2
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9. EVD400 electronic expansion valve
The EVDriver module for the control of electronic expansion valves (EEV) in pLAN networks allows superheat control on the suction side for more efficient and
versatile operation of the unit.
Efficient because the optimisation and stabilisation of the flow of refrigerant to the evaporator increases the overall performance of the installation, at the same
time guaranteeing the safety (less activations of the low pressure switch, less return of liquid refrigerant to the compressor,…). In addition, if the EEV is correctly
sized, the use of floating condensing (and evaporation) pressure or a low set point significantly increases the efficiency of the installation, guaranteeing lower
energy consumption, with higher cooling efficiency. Versatile because the electronic expansion valve allows the use of compressors with different capacities and
operating in different conditions.
The use of an expansion valve requires the installation not only of the EVDriver and the expansion valve, but also of a temperature sensor and a pressure
transducer, both fitted at the end of the evaporator on the refrigerant side (on the compressor intake pipe). See the diagram below to better understand the
typical layout of the installation. The priorities to be considered for the optimum control of the refrigeration system involve achieving a high and constant
refrigerating efficiency, as well as low and stable superheat values. The heart of the control system is a PID control algorithm, with settable superheat
coefficients.
The following values can be set: LOW
LOP
MOP
HiTcond
(Low superheat with programmable integral time and threshold)
(Low evaporation pressure, operating only in transients, with programmable integral time and threshold)
(High evaporation pressure, with programmable integral time and threshold)
(High condensing pressure, activated with condensing pressure probe read by pCO, with programmable integral time
and threshold)
Condensor
pLAN
tLAN
Compressor
Motor
connection
T probe
P probe
EEV
Evaporator
For the parameter and address settings of the EVD400 see the technical manual (Carel code +030220225)
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10.
Temperature control
The heating and cooling devices are managed based on the temperature value measured by the room (or intake temperature) probe. The temperature measured is
compared against the set temperature (set point); the devices are enabled based on the difference between the two values. The proportional band identifies the airconditioning unit working range and can take different values in heating and cooling mode. The dead zone identifies the a zone around the set point in which the
devices are not activated. The following diagrams show the action of the heating and cooling devices. The percentage values indicate the opening of the modulating
valves.
The heating and cooling valve start and end opening parameters correspond to 0% and 100% respectively (default values) and are different for the two valves; if
necessary, the values can be modified to delay the opening or bring complete opening forward.
10.1
Direct expansion units
Temp. set point
HEATING
100%
19.5
0%
3.0 ºC
Proportional band in heating
22.5
COOLING
0%
23.0
0.5 ºC
Dead z.
26.5
0.5 ºC 23.5
3.0ºC
Proportional band in cooling
Dead z.
1 HEATER
Room temp. (ºC)
1 COMPRESSOR
22.5
19.5
23.0
23.0
23.5
Room temp. (ºC)
COMP.2
PART LOAD C1
COMP.1
22.5
21
26.5
23.5
HEATER 2
HEATER 1
19.5
100%
26.5
25.0
Room temp. (ºC)
BINARY MANAGEMENT
HEAT. 3
19.5
HEATER 2
20.5
HEATER 1
21.5
COMP.1
22.5
23.0
22.5
23.0
23.5
PART C1
24.2
COMP.2
25.0
PART LOAD C2
25.7
26.5
Room temp. (ºC)
MODULATING HEATING VALVE - 0 to 10 V
100%
0%
19.5
Room temp. (ºC)
Start opening point (0%)
End opening point (100%)
100%
0%
VALVOLA
ACQUA
CALDA
- 3 point
MODULATING HEATING
VALVE
- 3 POINT
19.5
22.5
23.0
Room temp. (ºC)
3 point valve running time
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10.2
Other temperature functions
The high and low temperature alarms cause an alarm signal and have modifiable delay times.
The dehumidification stop differential establishes the minimum temperature below which dehumidification is interrupted. Dehumidification can start again if
temperature returns above the value established by the humidification start offset; the differential and offset are modifiable.
Stop dehumidification
Temp. set point
OFF
ON
HEAT
13.0
18.0
20.0
COOL
22.0
23.0 26.0
3°C
3°C
Heating band Cooling band
4°C
Start dehumid. offset
5°C
Stop dehumid. diff.
10°C
Low temperature alarm
10.3
33.0
Room temp. (°C)
10°C
High temperature alarm
Units with two water coils
These units feature both a hot and a cold water coil. Heating can also be performed using the electric heaters. The following diagram shows the behaviour of the
cooling devices, while for the heating devices refer to the paragraph on the direct expansion units.
Temp. set point
HEATING
100%
19.5
3°C
Proportional band in heating
0%
0%
22.5
23.0
0.5°C 0.5°C
100%
Start opening point (0%)
End opening point (100%)
100%
COOLING
23.5
3°C
Proportional band in cooling
26.5
Room temp. (°C)
26.5
Room temp.
(°C)
COLD WATER VALVE - 0 to 10 Volt
0%
23.0
23.5
0%
COLD WATER VALVE - 3 Point
23.0
23.5
26.5
3 point valve running time
10.4
100%
Room temp.
(°C)
Units with one water coil
In the units with just one water coil, this coil manages both the heating and cooling functions, depending on the water that flows through the coil. In practical
terms, it is the same as if there were two separate coils. The operation of the coil depends on a Cooling / Heating digital contact that “informs” the board if the
water is hot or cold; if the “type of water” circulating corresponds to the requirement, the valve is modulated to control the temperature.
Heating can also be performed using the electric heaters or, if necessary, a heating coil. For details on the operation of the coil and the heaters, refer to the
previous paragraphs.
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11.
Humidity control
The humidification and dehumidification devices are managed based on the humidity value measured by the ambient (or intake) probe. The humidity measured is
compared against the set humidity (set point); the devices are enabled based on the difference between the two values. The proportional band identifies the
working range of the air-conditioning unit and can have different values in humidification and dehumidification modes. There is also a fixed dead zone around the
set point. This dead zone is equal to: proportional humidification band/10 for humidification control, and proportional dehumidification band/10 for
dehumidification control.
Humidification is available for medium and small (only for 0 to 10 Volt modulating output) boards only. Dehumidification, on the other hand, is always available,
either by activating the cooling devices enabled for this function, or using a contact for an external dehumidifier or reducing the outlet fan speed.
In case of medium boards, humidification can be managed as follows:
•
built-in humidifier
•
0 to 10 Volt modulating output (available on small board too);
•
ON/OFF contact.
Dehumidification can be managed as follows:
•
ON/OFF contact for an external dehumidifier or for reducing the outlet fan speed
•
activation of the compressors (including part load operation, if present)
•
100% activation of the 0 to 10 volt or three-point modulating cooling valve
The voltage free dehumidification ON/OFF contact is always managed, whereas the cooling devices depend on the unit configuration and the selection made by
the user. The 0 to 10 Volt modulating output for the outlet fan in dehumidification mode is automatically reduced by 50% (modifiable); with ON/OFF fan control,
use the digital contact for reducing the speed.
The following diagrams show the action of the humidification and dehumidification devices. The percentage values indicate the opening of the modulating valves.
11.1
Direct expansion units
Humidity set
100%
HUMIDIFICATION
48.0
2.0%
Humidification proportional band
0%
50.0
48.0
0%
2.0%
Dehumidification proportional band
50.0
Ambient humidity
(%)
52.0
Ambient humidity
(%)
48.0
50.0
BUILT-IN HUMIDIFIER
COMP.2
+ POSS. PART LOAD
COMP.1
+ POSS. PART
MODULATING OUTPUT 0 to 10 Volt
100%
52.0
1 COMPRESSOR
+ POSS. PART LOAD
ON/OFF CONTACT
100%
100%
DEHUMIDIFICATION
51.0
50.0
Ambient humidity
(%)
30%
48.0
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11.2
Units with water coils
In the units with water coils, the dehumidification devices are the cold water coils. The humidification devices, on the other hand, are the direct expansion units
(ON/OFF contact, modulating 0 to 10 Volt signal, built-in humidifier) and consequently for the operation of these see the previous paragraph. Below is a
description of the behaviour of the dehumidification devices. The percentage values indicate the opening of the modulating valves. Note that the cold water coils
do not have modulating but rather total activation for dehumidification, both with 3-point valves and 0 to 10 Volt valves.
Humidity set
100%
HUMIDIFICATION
48.0
DEHUMIDIFICATION
2.0% 52.0
0%
50.0
2.0%
Humidification
Ambient humidity
(%)
Dehumidification proportional band
100%
0%
100%
COLD WATER VALVE - 0 to 10 V
50.0
52.0
Ambient humidity
(%)
52.0
Ambient humidity
(%)
100%
0%
COLD WATER VALVE - 3 point
50.0
11.3
Other humidity control functions
Humidity set
HUMID.
40.0
48.0
10.0%
Low humidity alarm
50.0
2.0%
Humid. band
DEHUMID.
52.0
2.0%
Dehumid. band
10.0%
High humidity alarm
The high and low humidity alarms cause a signal on an alarm screen and have a modifiable delay.
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12.
Built-in humidifier
Integrated management of a CAREL immersed electrode humidifier. The pCO1 - pCO2 – pCO3 boards manage all the functions, from the reading of the humidifier
parameters to the control of the devices (fill, drain, capacity) by relay. The humidifier parameters (current, conductivity, level) are not read directly, but rather
using an optional card (PCOUMID000/200). The built-in humidifier is available for the pCO1 - pCO2 - pCO3 medium boards only and replaces the electronic
controller normally fitted on the humidifier. The LCD terminal features screens for controlling the humidifier. Humidifiers from 1.5 to 15 kg/h (single cylinder) and
90 kg/h (two cylinders), three-phase or single-phase, with supply voltage from 208 to 575 volts can be managed. The program controls the steam production and
the humidifier operating conditions based on the humidifier current and ambient humidity signals; furthermore, it manages and displays all states and alarms.
12.1
Setting the parameters for selecting the humidifier
The following parameters are required to configure the humidifier:
•
TYPE OF HUMIDIFIER
PARAMETER VALUE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
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RATED CAPACITY
1.5 kg/h
1.5 kg/h
1.5 kg/h
1.5 kg/h
1.5 kg/h
1.5 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
3 kg/h
5 Kg/h
5 Kg/h
5 Kg/h
5 kg/h
5 kg/h
5 kg/h
5 kg/h
5 kg/h
5 kg/h
8 kg/h
8 kg/h
8 kg/h
8 kg/h
8 kg/h
8 kg/h
9 kg/h
9 kg/h
10 kg/h
10 kg/h
10 kg/h
10 kg/h
10 kg/h
10 kg/h
15 kg/h
15 kg/h
15 kg/h
15 kg/h
15 kg/h
15 kg/h
25 kg/h
25 kg/h
25 kg/h
25 kg/h
25 kg/h
25 kg/h
35 kg/h
35 kg/h
35 kg/h
35 kg/h
35 kg/h
35 kg/h
45 kg/h
RATED VOLTAGE
200 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
208 V
230 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460V
575 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
200 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
208 V
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PHASES
single-phase
single-phase
single-phase
single-phase (red.)
single-phase (red.)
single-phase (red.)
single-phase
single-phase
single-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
single-phase (red.)
single-phase (red.)
single-phase (red.)
single-phase
single-phase
single-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
single-phase
single-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
NUMBER OF TAM TURNS
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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PARAMETER VALUE
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
RATED CAPACITY
45 kg/h
45 kg/h
45 kg/h
45 kg/h
65 kg/h
65 kg/h
65 kg/h
90 kg/h
90 kg/h
90 kg/h
90 kg/h
90 kg/h
130 kg/h
130 kg/h
130 kg/h
RATED VOLTAGE
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
208 V
230 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
400 V
460 V
575 V
PHASES
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
three-phase
NUMBER OF TAM TURNS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Other models of humidifier will be added in the future when available.
PRODUCTION SET POINT: maximum hourly production of steam, between 20% and 100% of rated production
TYPE OF OPTIONAL BOARD: 2 equivalent models can be chosen: PCOUMID000 and PCOUMID200
To select the end scale value of the current transformer (TAM), refer to the rated current of the humidifier, displayed on screen Ih in the I/O branch (0= 5 A,
1=10 A, 2=15 A, 3= 30 A , 4=50 A , 5=70 A).
12.2
Humidity and steam production control
The steam production of the humidifier is controlled according to:
•
the humidity
•
the production set on the screen (value between 30% and 100% of rated production)
Humidity control is performed by the program based on the reading of the humidity probe, the humidity set point and the humidity differential. The program
calculates the proportional humidity error, ERP:
A
ERP
100%
100% P NOM
B
C
ON
20% P NOM
0% P NOM
100% ERP
10% ERP 0% ERP
The graph of humidifier production control is based on the rated production, set production and proportional error (ERP):
ERP = proportional humidity error
Set production:
A = 100% rated production
B = 75% rated production
C = 45% rated production
The humidifier has a minimum capacity equal to 20% of the rated production (for technical reasons) when ERP is between 0% and 20%, and increases as the ERP
increases until reaching the set production when ERP=100%.
20%
DIFFERENTIAL
SET POINT
HUMIDITY %RH
Below is a brief description of the algorithm embedded in the bios for the management of a humidifier with 1 or 2 immersed electrode cylinders
In this type of humidifier, the steam is produced by boiling the water contained inside the cylinder. This occurs by simply filling the cylinder with water and
applying a voltage to the electrodes. According to the Joule effect, the current will tend to heat the water until it boils.
The current that runs through the electrodes in the cylinder depends essentially on the voltage applied to the electrodes, the conductivity of the water inside the
cylinder and the level of the water.
The aim of the algorithm is to maintain the current that runs through the electrodes at a reference value so as to ensure the percentage of steam production
required, according to the readings of the humidity probes and the parameters set by the user.
During evaporation, the level of the water falls, and as the current is directly proportional to the quantity of water present in the cylinder, to keep it constant the
cylinder would need to be constantly filled with minute quantities of water.
To avoid this, the current is maintained within a certain range around the reference value, by repeated “water fill/evaporation” cycles.
As well as the level of water in the cylinder, the other factor that determines the current level is the conductivity of the water inside the cylinder. In fact, during the
fill/evaporation cycles, the conductivity of the water will tend to increase, due to the increase in the concentration of salts in the water. The conductivity of the water inside
the cylinder is measured indirectly, by calculating the time required for a complete evaporation cycle. This time is then compared against a reference (typical for each
cylinder) and, if lower, a drain cycle is performed (called drain to dilute) and then the cylinder is topped up with less conductive mains water.
The humidifier also features a conductivity meter that measures the conductivity of the mains water entering the appliance during the filling cycles. In the case of high
conductivity of the supply water, the control algorithm first signals a pre-alarm (that doesn't stop operation) and then, if necessary, an alarm (that stops operation). This is
essential to avoid the introduction of excessively conductive water into the cylinder, which may compromise the correct operation of the humidifier.
Another fundamental element, installed at the top of the cylinder, is the high level sensor, used to detect any water or foam.
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The high level electrodes may be activated for one of the following reasons:
over-filling of water in the boiler – when the unit is OFF – due to a leak in the fill solenoid valve;
high water level when first filling the cylinder;
high water level following the depletion of the cylinder due to fouling on the plates;
formation of foam.
In the first case, when the high level sensor is activated, the algorithm stops operation and signals a cylinder full alarm, while in the other three cases the
humidifier responds by draining the water so as to decrease the level.
In the event of repeated activations of the high level sensor, the algorithm evaluates the possibility that the causes may be due to the presence of foam. In this
case, if after having performed a complete washing cycle (complete emptying-complete refill-complete emptying) the high level sensor continues to be activated,
the controller signals a foam alarm (that does not stop operation).
A crucial point in the operation of the humidifier is the control of any excess current levels. In fact, whenever voltage is applied to the electrodes in the cylinder,
after a period of inactivity, there may be short but very intense peaks in current. If the current is excessive in this initial period, the algorithm responds by
immediately switching OFF the electrodes and performing a drain cycle. If the excess current continues, the operation of the humidifier is stopped and a high
current alarm is signalled. The algorithm also controls the drain cycles, signalling a drain alarm if there is no appreciable decrease in current when the drain cycle
starts. Vice-versa, a no water alarm will be signalled if there is no appreciable increase in current when the humidifier is being filled with water.
13.
Recovery coil
Recovery is an optional function: an additional cooling coil that uses water from an external source (e.g. evaporative tower) is activated if the water temperature
that flows through the coil is quite low. This is used to save the running costs of the installation. The coil is activated using an ON/OFF contract or with 0 to 10
Volt modulating control.
The following diagram shows the conditions for the activation of the recovery coil: there must be a cooling requirement and the recovery water temperature must
be less than the Recovery set point - Recovery differential.
Temp. set point
23.0
0%
0.5°C
COOLING DEMAND
23.5
Dead z.
3°C
Proportional band in cooling
26.5
Room temp. (°C)
Recovery set
RECOVERY ENABLED
10.0
12.0
2°C
Recovery temp.
(°C)
Recovery differential
OFF
ON
OFF
Recovery coil status
13.1
Recovery without the cooling devices
In reference to the conditions illustrated in the previous diagram, only the recovery coil is activated, while the standard cooling devices are not on; as can be seen
in the following diagram, the entire cooling proportional band is covered by the recovery coil.
Temp. set point
100%
HEATING
19.5
22.5
3°C
Proportional band in heating
0%
23.0
0.5°C
Dead z.
0%
COOLING
23.5
0.5°C
Dead z.
100%
26.5
Room temp.
(°C)
3°C
Proportional band in cooling
RECOVERY ON/OFF CONTACT
23.0
23.5
26.5
RECOVERY VALVE - 0 to 10 V
Room temp. (°C)
100%
0%
23.0
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13.2
Recovery with the cooling devices on, direct expansion units
When the recovery coil is active the standard cooling devices are only ON if the room temperature exceeds a certain value; adding the effect of the recovery coil
plus the cooling devices lowers the temperature, yet before reaching the set point the cooling devices are switched off again. The cooling devices in this case
help the recovery function, but do not replace it. In the following diagram, it can be seen how the steps of the cooling devices are shifted to ensure energy
savings.
Temp. set point
HEAT
0%
0%
22.5
23.0
0.5°C
0.5°C
Dead z.
Dead z.
COOLING
23.5
3°C
Proportional band in cooling
RECOVERY COIL
OFF
23.0
23.0
RECOVERY COIL
ON/OFF
23.5
OFF
23.0
13.3
ON/OFF
23.5
OFF
26.5
RECOVERY COIL
ON/OFF
23.5
100%
Room temp. (°C)
ON
1 COMPRESSOR
- 0 to 10 Volt
24.6 24.9
26.5 Room temp. (°C)
ON
COMP. 2 /
Part load C1
COMP. 1
- 0 to 10 Volt
24.6 24.9
25.6
26.5
Room temp. (°C)
ON
C1
- 0 to 10 Volt
24.6 24.9
Part load C1
25.1
C2
25.6
Part load C2
26.1
26.5
Room temp. (°C)
Recovery with the cooling devices on, units with water coils
The following diagram shows how the activation of the cooling coil is shifted to ensure energy savings.
Temp. set point
HEAT
22.5
COOLING
0%
23.0
0.5°C
Dead
0.5°C
23.5
3°C
ON
RECOVERY COIL
ON/OFF
OFF
23.5
23.0
24.6 24.9
ON/OFF
23.5
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- 0 to 10 Volt
RECOVERY COIL
OFF
Room temp. ((C)
Proportional band in cooling
Dead z.
23.0
100%
26.5
26.5 Room temp. (°C)
ON
- 0 to 10 Volt
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14.
Outlet limit
This function protects the environment and the people inside against excessively cold air, so as to ensure comfort and safeguard health. A temperature probe
must be fitted at the outlet of the air-conditioner, and the following parameters need to be set: Outlet set point and Outlet differential; these identify a limitation
zone, as seen in the following diagram.
TOTAL LIMITATION
Outlet set point
VARIABLE LIMITATION
100%
10.0
0%
15.0
5.0(C
LIMITATION OFF
Outlet temp.
(°C)
Outlet differential
Temp. set point
1 COMPRESSOR
23.0
23.5
26.5
COMPRESSOR 2 /
PART LOAD C1
COMPRESSOR 1
23.0
23.5
25.0
COMP.1
23.0
23.5
PART LOAD C1
24.2
Room temp. (°C)
26.5
COMP.2
25.0
25.7
PART LOAD C2
26.5
Room temp.
(°C)
COLD WATER VALVE - 0 to 10 V
23.0
Room temp.
(°C)
100%
0%
23.5
26.5
Room temp.
(°C)
COLD WATER VALVE - 3 point
100%
23.0
0%
23.5
26.5
Room temp. (°C)
As can be seen, if the outlet temperature is between the outlet set point and the outlet differential, the cooling devices are only partially limited, to a greater
extent the lower the temperature.
The activation of the limit function in dehumidification mode is different, where the modulation zone is skipped, because when dehumidifying the cooling devices
are always used at maximum output. In practice, the devices are switched off only if the outlet temperature is lower than the differential, and are started again if
the outlet temperature reaches the outlet set point, as illustrated in the following diagram:
Outlet set point
TOTAL LIMITATION
OUTLET LIMIT
ON
OFF
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15.
Condenser fans
Condensing pressure control is available on direct expansion units where the fans are managed based on the pressure in the condenser coil and the status of the
compressors, and are activated using 0 to 10 V modulating outputs or digital outputs (on medium boards). The control function is based on the condensing pressure
set point and differential, as illustrated below:
Cond. pressure set
COND. PRESS. CONT.
14.0
2.0 bar
Cond. press. differential
PREVENT HP
16.0
18.0
HP
2.0 bar
Prevent differential
20.0
23.5
24.5
1.0 bar
HP differential
Cond. pressure (bar)
ON
OFF
Compressor
status
ON
OFF
Condenser fan
status
For operation with modulating outputs, refer to the following diagram:
100%
13.0
0%
14.0
16.0
2.0 bar
Cond. pressure (bar)
Cond. pressure differential
Maximum speed (100%)
Minimum speed (0%)
The voltage values corresponding to the minimum and maximum speeds of the fan can be set, between 0 and 10 V; if the minimum value set is greater than 0 V,
when stopping the fan is operated at the minimum speed for 1.0 bar below the condensing pressure set point, before switching off, as per the diagram above.
15.1
Single or separate coil
With single coils only one output is activated, ON/OFF or modulating as desired. In the event of units with at least one condenser probe and ON/OFF outputs
enabled (medium boards), two ON/OFF outputs can be activated in sequence, dividing the differential in two.
With separate coils two distinct outputs are activated, one per circuit, ON/OFF or modulating, as desired.
15.2
Number of probes
It should be stressed first of all that the activation of the fans not only considers the values read by the probes, but also the status of the compressors.
With just one probe and with separate coils, the activation of the fans on both circuits is based on the value read by the same probe.
With two probes and a single coil, the activation of the fans is based on the higher value between the two probes.
With two probes and separate coils, the activation of the fans in each circuit is based on the value read by its own probe.
With no probe, the fans are started at the same time as the compressors; with a single coil, when at least one compressor is on, the fans will start; with
separate coils, each compressor controls the fans in its own circuit.
15.3
Prevent function
Prevention of the high pressure alarm when the compressors are OFF. Normally the condenser fans only start when the compressors are on, but in this case they
are forced on so as to lower the pressure and attempt to prevent the high pressure alarm that would shutdown the unit. The increase in pressure with the
compressors OFF may occur due to radiation on the coil. With 0 to 10 V modulating fans there is no modulation in this phase.
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15.4
Speed-up function
To overcome the inertia when starting high power modulating fans, at start-up they can be operated at maximum speed for a few seconds, then the speed
decreases to the set value and modulation starts.
15.5
Pressure – temperature conversion
Both pressure probes and temperature probes can be used. When using pressure probes, the screens in the I/O branch show the temperature value
corresponding to the pressure for each probe, keeping account of the type of refrigerant used, as selected by a parameter in the manufacturer branch.
16.
Temperature set point compensation
The temperature set point can be automatically “compensated” for reasons of comfort. Imagine, for example, a shopping centre where people enter and exit
frequently. If the inside temperature is 10°C lower than the outside temperature, the difference may bother the people inside or affect their health; in fact, the
maximum difference between the inside temperature and the outside temperature for optimum comfort should not exceed 6°C. The compensation function in
this case increases the set point by 4°C, consequently increasing the temperature of the centre, and in this way the difference between the inside temperature
and the outside temperature does not exceed 6°C.
To use the compensation function, a temperature probe is installed outside. The function is managed based on the values of the compensation set point,
differential and offset parameters, as shown in the following diagram:
Compensation set point
2°C
25.0
3°C
Compensation proportional band
28.0
Compensation
offset
Outside
temperature (°C)
25.0°C
23.0°C
Temperature set
point (°C)
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17.
Compressors
The compressors are managed as simple ON/OFF loads. A maximum of 2 can be managed, and each can feature capacity control. In total, then, the compressors
+ load steps give 4 cooling steps.
17.1
Capacity control
This operates with N.O. (normally open relay) or N.C. (normally closed relay) logic. The steps are activated with a settable delay after the compressors. The steps are
only available on medium boards. In dehumidification mode, the steps are activated together with the compressors, to achieve the maximum cooling capacity.
17.2
Rotation
The rotation of the compressors follows F.I.F.O. logic (first in, first out). The compressor that starts first is the first to stop, and the last to stop is the last to start.
The aim of this function is to balance the operating hours of the compressors.
17.3
Times
17.3.1
Minimum on time
This sets the minimum time (in seconds) that compressors operate when activated. Even if called to stop, the compressor can only be deactivated after this
time.
17.3.2
Minimum off time
This sets the minimum time (in seconds) that the compressors remain OFF. If called to start, the compressor can only be activated after this time.
17.3.3
Minimum time between starts of different compressors
This represents the minimum time (in seconds) that must elapse between the start of one device and the next. This time is used to avoid simultaneous starts
that would cause excessive peak energy consumption.
17.3.4
Minimum time between starts of the same compressor
This establishes the minimum time (in seconds) that must elapse between two starts of the same device. This parameter is used to limit the number of starts per
hour. If, for example, the maximum number of starts / hour allowed by the manufacturer is 10, simply set a time of 360 seconds to ensure this limit is observed.
17.3.5
Minimum capacity control start time
This establishes the minimum time that must elapse between the start of the compressor and the activation of part load operation. The parameter is present only
if the load steps have been selected.
17.4
Compressor alarms
The compressor alarms are divided between two digital inputs, except for the ED configuration with 2 compressors on small boards, where the alarms are
managed by a single digital input.
When there are two digital inputs, these take the meaning of thermal overload / high pressure and low pressure.
When there is just one digital input, this takes the meaning of general alarm. If one of the alarm inputs is not used, it must be electrically closed on the 24 Vac
power supply.
For the electrical connections of the alarm digital inputs, refer to the technical manual on the pCO boards.
17.4.1
High pressure - thermal overload
Immediate alarm caused by an external pressure switch or a thermal cutout; the digital input switches from closed to open and the compressor is immediately
stopped. Reset is manual, that is, the user must press the Alarm button on the terminal to be able to restart the compressor, as long as the pressure switch or
the thermal cutout have been reset and the digital input is closed. After the compressor has stopped, the safety times are enabled; for this reason, after the
alarm has been reset, the compressor cannot start again immediately.
17.4.2
Low pressure
Delayed alarm caused by an external pressure switch, the opening of the digital input starts two timers; if at the end of the time (set on the screen) the contact
is open, the compressor stops and the alarm is activated. If the contact closes again before the timer has elapsed, the alarm is not activated and the timer is
reset. The timers are: delay with compressor in stable operation and delay at compressor start. The delay in stable operation is always counted, while the delay
at compressor start is counted only if the input opens immediately on compressor power-up, and is used to allow time for the fluid to stabilise. The two timers
are counted one after the other.
Reset is manual, that is, the user must press the Alarm button on the terminal to be able to restart the compressor, as long as the pressure switch has been
reset and the digital input is closed. After the compressor has stopped, the safety times are enabled; for this reason, after the alarm has been reset, the
compressor cannot start again immediately.
17.4.3
General alarm
This alarm groups all the safety devices on the compressor in one digital input, a solution used on small boards with two compressors. The alarm is signalled
immediately when the digital input opens and stops the compressor. Reset is manual, that is, the user must press the Alarm button on the terminal to be able to
restart the compressor, as long as the digital input is closed. After the compressor has stopped, the safety times are enabled; for this reason, after the alarm has
been reset, the compressor cannot start again immediately.
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18.
Heaters
The heaters are managed as simple ON/OFF loads. Normally up to 2 heaters with the same output can be managed, connected directly to the 2 outputs.
“Binary management” is used to manage three heating steps using two outputs. This has two possible uses:
- management of 2 loads with different outputs;
- management of 3 loads.
To use this system, an electronic recogniser is required (NOT supplied) that, connected to the outputs, both reads the logic and activates the loads. The outputs
behave in the following mode:
STEP 1
Relay 1=On
Relay 2=OFF
10
CODE
2 DIFFERENT LOADS
Heater 1=ON / Heater 2=OFF
3 LOADS
Heat 1=ON / Heat 2=OFF / Heat
3=OFF
STEP 2
Relay 1=OFF
Relay 2=On
01
Heater 1=OFF / Heater 2=ON
Heat 1=ON / Heat 2=ON / Heat
3=OFF
STEP 3
Relay 1=On
Relay 2=On
11
Heater 1=ON / Heater 2=ON
Heat 1=ON / Heat 2=ON / Heat
3=ON
The outputs are activated with a slight delay to avoid simultaneous peaks.
18.1
Heater alarms
Each heater features a digital input to be connected to a thermal cutout or circuit breaker to signal any anomalies.
If one of the inputs is not used, it must be electrically closed on the 24 Vac power supply.
The alarm is immediate, and is activated when the digital input switches from closed to open; the heater is immediately stopped. Reset is manual, that is, the
user must press the Alarm button on the terminal to be able to restart the heaters, as long as the thermal cutout - circuit breaker has been reset, closing the
digital input.
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19.
Modulating valves
19.1
Three point valves
These are valves with 3 electrical contacts (in addition to the power supply): common, open and close. These contacts must be connected to the two relays on
the pCO boards, the opening relay and the closing relay. Based on the activation time of the relay, the opening of the valves ranges from 0% to 100%, with a
travel time called the “running time” (time used to totally open or close, this is a characteristic of the valve). The relays are never activated at the same time, so
the valves either open, close or are OFF.
The degree of opening of the valves is calculated based on the proportion between the temperature differential and the running time; when the room
temperature is equal to the set point the valves are closed, then the more the temperature moves away from the set point, the more the valves will open, up to
the maximum when the temperature is greater than or equal to the set point + / - the differential. During operation, many partial openings and closings are
performed, and the program knows the degree of opening of the valves at all times, by adding and subtracting all the partial times complete since the board was
powered on.
19.1.1
Realignment
As can be imagined, the 3-point valves are not easily managed by the program, as there is no feedback to precisely know their exact position. Indeed, a small
discrepancy between the time calculated by the program and the actual activation of the relay, or mechanical friction of the valves that stops their movement,
would mean that the actual degree of opening no longer corresponds to the value calculated by the program. To overcome this problem, the following solutions
are available:
•
whenever the temperature control requires the total opening or closing of a valve, the program increases the activation time of the opening or closing
relays by 25%, to ensure complete closing / opening.
•
whenever the board is powered (ON), the valves are closed totally for the running time, and only after this they start modulating based on the control
requirements.
19.2
0 to 10 Volt valves
These are valves that use a 0 to 10 Volt modulating signal from the pCO to change their opening from 0% to 100%.
The 0 to 10 Volt electrical signal is directly proportional to the temperature proportional band. These valves have no alignment problems as in the case of the 3point valves, given that their degree of opening is directly proportional to the value of the analogue output.
20.
Outlet fan
The outlet fan always remains on when the unit is ON. It can be managed by an ON/OFF output or a modulating output. There are two alarms relating to the fan,
thermal overload and air flow switch, which automatically switch the unit OFF. Description of modulating management:
Temp. set point
HEATING
100%
19.5
0%
22.5 23.0
3°C
Proportional band in heating
0.5°C
0%
23.5
0.5°C
100%
COOLING
100%
26.5
3°C
Proportional band in cooling
Room temp. (°C)
100%
50%
Fan speed
Minimum speed (5.0 V)
Maximum speed (10.0 V)
It should be noted how in dehumidification mode the speed is automatically reduced to the default value of 5.0 V (50%), modifiable. The minimum and maximum
speed can be set, as default these are 5.0 V and 10.0 V.
21.
Manual device management
The devices connected to the outputs can be enabled manually without using the timers, compressor rotation and independent of the control and probe values. In
manual mode, the only available support is the management of the alarms safeguarding the devices. The activation of the analogue outputs in manual mode
forces a value between 0 V and 10 V.
The manual procedure can only be activated if the unit has been switched OFF from the button and ends automatically 30 minutes after the manual activation of
the last device, or alternatively by disabling manual mode on all the devices.
During the manual management of the devices, the air-conditioner cannot be switched ON. This operating mode is identified by the message “Manual procedure”
on the last row of the display, on the main Menu screen. The activation parameters are located in the Maintenance branch screens, and are password protected.
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22.
Switching the unit on and off
L’accensione dell’unità può essere fatta in due modi a seconda del terminale che si sta utilizzando:
The switch on unit is different among the different display:
•
PGD0 6 keys or Built in: key PRG jump into main menu, scroll menu until “On-Off Unit”, enter on the on-off mask
•
PGD 15 keys: key On/Off
22.1
Automatic unit start-up and standby
The boards connected in the pLAN network have the advantage of being able to be managed directly by the program in certain “critical situations”, that is, if
anomalies occur (alarms, blackout…), or alternatively due to the “Rotation” and “Forcing” functions.
The program bases its action on a number of parameters that can be displayed and modifies only on the board with pLAN add. 1:
•
connection class of the boards: Not present, Present / No Rotation, Present / Rotation. There are 8 parameters, one for each board. Not present: the
unit is not connected. Present / No Rotation: the unit is physically connected to the pLAN network but is excluded from the rotation function (it can
still manage the shared terminal, the prints and the CAREL Master Control function). Present / Rotation: the unit also takes part in the rotation function
•
number of units in Standby mode: this establishes how many units, from those selected in Present / Rotation mode, must, on power-up from the
button go to Standby mode (that is, OFF, awaiting activation). The parameter is automatically limited between 0 and the total number of units set as
Present / Rotation minus one, to guarantee that at least one unit starts.
IMPORTANT. The functions described below cannot be performed if:
•
there are not at least two units selected in Present / Rotation mode
•
the number of units in Standby set is equal to 0
The functions are managed by the board with pLAN address 1; if this is disconnected from the pLAN network or shuts down due to a blackout, the boards in
Standby are activated and the functions in question will be suspended until unit 1 is reset. Vice-versa, switching unit 1 ON/OFF from the button or the Remote
ON/OFF does not stop the network functions.
22.1.1
Critical situations
The units in Present / Rotation mode and in Standby are activated in one of the following critical situations involving the boards that are on:
•
power failure on one of the boards (blackout);
•
serious alarm on one of the boards (each alarm can be set as Serious or Minor), which activates alarm relay number 8;
•
one of the boards is disconnected from the pLAN network due to the disconnection of the RS485 line;
•
one of the boards is switched off from the button or the remote ON/OFF digital input;
•
one of the boards is switched off due to an alarm (see the table of alarms).
For each unit subject to one of the situations listed above, a board in Standby is automatically activated to restore the number of units on. If, for example, two
units break down or are disconnected, the program starts two Standby units; when one of the units in the critical situation is reset, this is started again and the
spare unit returns to Standby mode. If a critical situation occurs on the Standby unit, nothing happens at a pLAN level, except for the alarm signal on the unit in
question.
22.1.2
Forcing
A unit in Present / Rotation mode and in Standby is activated automatically in the event where a unit that is on cannot manage to reach the temperature set
point in a certain time, due to the excessive thermal load. Each unit on in this situation can request the activation of a Standby unit. The parameters to be set for
the forcing function are the Differential, Offset and Delay, which are different for heating and cooling. The following diagram illustrates the function:
Forcing delay in
heating
Temp. set point
COOL
HEAT
12.0
4°C
16.0
Forced heat offset
8°C
Forced heating differential
20.0
3°C
Heating band
Forcing delay in
cooling
23.0 26.0
3°C
Cooling band
34.0
4°C
Room temp. (°C)
Forced cool offset
8°C
Forced cooling differential
22.1.3
Fixed time rotation
In an installation made up of units on and units in Standby, differences occur in the operating hours that cause the first to “age” before the others. To overcome
this situation, the pLAN network can rotate the operation of the units, so as to balance the operating hours. In practice, the rotation function places a unit that is
on in Standby and starts a unit in Standby.
Fixed time rotation is based on a parameter that establishes the time interval between rotations. The minimum time that can be set is 0h and in this case
automatic rotation is activated every 5 minutes as a test. The maximum time is 240h (10 days). The time starts counting when the unit with pLAN address 1 is
started, as this manages the rotation function. Rotation may occur following the logic of the pLAN addresses or the operating hours of the units.
When selecting the logic of the addresses, the unit that is on with the highest address switches to Standby, and the unit in Standby with the highest address is
started.
When selecting the logic of the operating hours, the unit that is on with the highest number operating hours switches to Standby, and the unit in Standby with
the lowest number of operating hours is started.
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22.1.4
Fixed day rotation
With the clock board (optional on pCO1, pCOXS standard on pCO2 and pCO3) the time and every how many days (max. 7) can be set for performing the rotation of
the units. The logic is the same as fixed time rotation, the only difference is that in this case the actual moment the rotation takes place can be set for a certain
day and a certain time.
22.1.5
Rotation based on the operating hours
Rotation occurs between the units with the most operating hours and those with the least number of hours, switching the former to Standby and starting the
latter. The reference operating hours for this type of rotation relate to the outlet fan; for more convenience these can be modified in the maintenance branch
screens E6 and E7.
22.1.6
Master control
The units connected in the pLAN network and in Present / … mode obey the operating logic of the unit with pLAN address 1 in “control” mode, for the purpose
of having the entire installation operate with the same logic. This avoids the problem that may occur in large areas featuring zones with different temperature or
humidity, in which the units with different logic each respond to their own probe, meaning some start humidification mode and others dehumidification, or some
heating and others cooling, cancelling out their effect and wasting energy.
IMPORTANT: the temperature and humidity probes on the control unit must be placed in an “average” position inside the controlled environment.
The control unit sends the information on the logic to be adopted across the pLAN network, and then the units in the network base the activation of the devices
both on the reading of their own probes, and on the order sent by the control unit, so that if the two things coincide the devices can start.
The control unit changes the operating logic if the temperature or the humidity measured exceed the set point by a few tenths. In the event of a blackout or disconnection
of the control unit from the pLAN network, the units in the network return to independent operation and based only on their own probes.
23.
Alarms
The alarms managed by the program are designed to protect the connected devices and provide signals if the control parameters are outside of the range of normal
values or if there are faults on the board. The alarms may derive from the alarm digital inputs, from the probes or from the board. The effect of the alarms ranges from
signal-only, to the shutting down of one or more devices, to the shutting down (OFF) of the air-conditioning unit. Many alarms feature modifiable delays.
When an alarm goes off, the following actions occur:
- the buzzer on the external terminal sounds (absent on the Built-in terminal and the external PGD0* terminal);
- the red LED under the ALARM button comes on;
- the message AL flashes on the Menu screen.
Pressing the Alarm button mutes the buzzer and displays the alarm screen. If there is more than one active alarm, once having entered the alarm menu, simply
use the arrow buttons to scroll the alarms. Pressing any other button exits the alarm screen, however the events remain saved and are displayed again whenever
the Alarm button is pressed.
To manually reset the alarms and delete the messages, simply enter the alarm screen and press the Alarm button again; if the cause of the alarms is no longer
present (digital inputs reset or temperature returned to normal, etc…) the screen disappears, the red LED goes off and the message NO ACTIVE ALARMS is
displayed. If the causes of one or more than one alarm are still present, only the alarms whose causes are no longer present are reset, while the others remain
displayed and the buzzer and the red LED comes on again.
23.1
Alarm relay
The medium boards allow the possibility of having one relay for the serious alarms and one relay for the minor alarms. The small boards group all the alarms on
the only relay available. The minor alarm relay is closed by any alarm; the serious alarm relay is closed only for serious alarms. Each alarm managed can be set as
serious (Serious) or minor (Not Serious), thus determining which relay must be activated.
For both relays, the delay before closing can be set.
23.2
CODE
AL01
AL02
AL03
AL04
AL05
AL06
AL07
AL08
AL09
AL10
AL11
AL12
AL13
AL14
AL15
AL16
AL17
AL18
Alarm summary table
DESCRIPTION
General alarm compressor 1
General alarm compressor 2
Low pressure compressor 1
Low pressure compressor 2
No air flow
Outlet fan overload
Heater 1 thermal overload
Heater 2 thermal overload
Fire / Smoke detected
Dirty filters
High room temperature
Low room temperature
High ambient humidity
Low ambient humidity
Operating hour threshold reached for compressor 1
Operating hour threshold reached for compressor 2
Operating hour threshold reached for outlet fan
Room temperature probe faulty or disconnected
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DELAY
See T2
See T2
See T4
See T2
See T2
See T2
See T2
60 s (fixed)
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UNIT OFF
yes
yes
yes
-
DEVICES OFF
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
All
All
Heater 1
Heater 2
All
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AL19
AL20
AL21
AL22
AL23
AL24
AL25
AL26
AL27
AL28
AL29
AL30
AL31
AL32
AL33
AL34
AL35
AL36
AL37
AL38
AL39
AL40
AL41
AL42
AL43
AL44
AL46
AL47
AL48
AL49
AL50
AL51
AL52
AL53
AL55
AL56
AL57
AL58
AL59
Recovery water temperature probe faulty or disconnected
Outside air temperature probe faulty or disconnected
Outlet air temperature probe faulty or disconnected
Ambient humidity probe faulty or disconnected
Condenser 1 pressure probe faulty or disconnected
Condenser 2 pressure probe faulty or disconnected
Condenser 1 temperature probe faulty or disconnected
Condenser 2 temperature probe faulty or disconnected
Built-in humidifier: high current
Built-in humidifier: no water in the cylinder
Built-in humidifier: low current
Clock board absent or not working
High pressure circuit 1
High pressure circuit 2
Water on the floor
Auxiliary alarm
High pressure + compressor 1 thermal overload
Operating hour threshold reached for humidifier
High pressure + compressor 2 thermal overload
Condenser fan 1 thermal overload
Condenser fan 2 thermal overload
No water flow
pLAN disconnected
Driver 1 probe S1 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 1 EEPROM damaged
Driver 1 valve motor faulty or damaged
Driver 1 high evaporation pressure (MOP)
Driver 1 low evaporation pressure (LOP)
Driver 1 low superheat
Driver 1 valve not closed during blackout
Driver 1 high suction temperature
Driver 2 probe S1 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 2 EEPROM damaged
Driver 2 valve motor faulty or damaged
Driver 2 high evaporation pressure (MOP)
Driver 2 low evaporation pressure (LOP)
Driver 2 low superheat
Driver 2 valve not closed during blackout
Driver 2 high suction temperature
AL60
Built-in humidifier: high conductivity alarm
AL61
Built-in humidifier: high conductivity pre-alarm
AL62
AL63
AL64
AL65
AL66
AL67
Built-in humidifier: low steam production
Built-in humidifier: water drain alarm
Built-in humidifier: cylinder full alarm
Built-in humidifier: cylinder being depleted signal
Built-in humidifier: presence of foam
Built-in humidifier: cylinder depleted
AL68
Driver 1 LAN Disconnected
AL69
Driver 2 LAN Disconnected
AL70
AL71
AL72
AL73
AL74
AL75
AL76
AL77
Built-in humidifier: compulsory maintenance alarm Cylinder 1
Built-in humidifier: recommended maintenance signal Cylinder 1
Driver 1 probe S2 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 1 probe S3 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 1 configuration not complete
Driver 2 probe S2 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 2 probe S3 faulty or disconnected alarm
Driver 2 configuration not complete
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60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
60 s (fixed)
See T4
60 s (fixed)
See Fb
See Fa
See Fa
See F9
See F9
See Fb
See Fj
See Fa
See F9
See F9
See threshold Gb:
delay 1h
See threshold Gb:
delay 1h
Start:
0 s (fixed)
stable operation:
30 s (fixed)
Start:
0 s (fixed)
stable operation:
30 s (fixed)
See Fb
See Fb
See Fb
See Fb
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yes
yes
-
-
Humidifier/Dehumidifier
Humidifier
Humidifier
Humidifier
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
All
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Cond. fan 1
Cond. fan 2
All
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
-
-
Humidifier
-
-
-
Humidifier
Humidifier
Humidifier
-
-
Compressor 1
-
Compressor 2
-
Humidifier
Humidifier
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
Compressor 2
-
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24.
Alarm log
The alarm log is used to save the operating status of the air-conditioning unit when the alarms are generated or at certain moments. Each record saved to the
memory represents an event that can be displayed. The log is useful in troubleshooting any faults as it represents a “snapshot” of the installation at the moment
the alarm was generated, and may suggest the possible causes and solutions of the faults. The program features two types of log, the BASIC log and the
ADVANCED log.
24.1
Basic log
The significant memory space on the pCO boards allows the events to be stored. The BASIC log can be enabled with a parameter; if the clock board is not fitted
(optional on the pCO1 and pCOXS, included on the pCO2 and pCO3), the BASIC log is not available. No other optional boards are used.
A maximum number of 100 events can be saved; on reaching the one hundredth alarm, that is, the last space available in the memory, the next alarm overwrites the
oldest alarm (001), which is thus deleted, and so on for the following events. The events saved can be deleted by parameter on screen V1 or by restoring the
default values. The BASIC log screen can be accessed by pressing the ALARM button when screen A4 is displayed, and exited by pressing the MENU button (Esc
when using the Built in terminal), and has the following layout:
HISTORY_ALARMS
+--------------------+
¦History alarm
H025¦
¦
¦
¦General al. comp1
¦
¦12:30
15/08/06¦
+--------------------+
The following data are saved for each alarm, corresponding to the status of the air-conditioner when the alarm occurred:
•
alarm description;
•
time;
•
date;
•
chronological number of the event (0 to 100).
The chronological number of the event, shown in the top right corner, indicates the “age” of the event in the list of 100 events available. The alarm number 001 is
the first event after the BASIC log was enabled, and therefore the oldest.
If the cursor is moved to the chronological number, the “history” of the alarms can be scrolled using the arrow buttons, from 0 to 100.
For example, from position 001 pressing the down arrow has no effect.
If 15 alarms have been saved and the log is in position 015, pressing the up arrow has no effect.
24.2
Advanced log
The events are saved to the 1MB or 2MB memory expansion, permanently connected to the board. The advantages and characteristics are listed below:
•
Log by event: a typical log by event is the alarm log. If an alarm is activated, the alarm can be saved together with other significant values
(temperature, pressure, set point, etc.).
•
Log by time: a typical log by time is the log of temperature/pressure values. The temperature and pressure values are saved at regular intervals.
•
Log of the logs: this saves the last alarms/temperature/pressure values recorded before a serious alarm. Unlike the data saved by the event and time
logs, these data are not overwritten when the memory is full.
•
Possibility to choose the values to be saved and the saving method at any time. The “WinLoad” program can be used to define the values to be saved
and the saving method, using a practical “Wizard”. WinLoad does not need the application software “files”, as it can directly request the information
required from the application software installed on the pCO.
•
1MB or 2MB dedicated flash memory. The system saves the data to the 1MB flash memory on the memory expansion. As an example, 1MB of
memory can contain 5000 alarm events with 5 values for each alarm, and save 2 values, for example temperature and pressure, every 5 minutes for 6
months.
•
Possibility to define up to 7 different log configurations. Typically each controller will have an alarm log configured, and a log of the control values
(temperature/humidity/pressure) and some “logs of the logs”.
•
Lookup the data saved from the LCD terminal (external or built-in) or from a connected PC.
•
“Black box” operation. The memory expansion that contains the logs can be removed from the pCO on the controlled unit and inserted in another pCO
to lookup the data saved. This pCO does not need to run the same software as the original.
•
Reliability of the data saved. The data are saved to FLASH memory that does not require batteries that may discharge. If following a software update
the previously saved data are incompatible with the new software, all the data will be deleted (following confirmation).
24.2.1
Configuration using “Winload”
The Advanced Log function, including all the options described above, is configured using the “On line help” feature in the WinLoad32 program, the same used to
upload the program software to the pCO boards.
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25.
Supervisor
The unit can be connected to a local or remote supervisor or telemaintenance system. The accessories available for the pCO* boards include an optional RS485
serial communication interface, supplied separately from the pCO* board (for the installation of the optional serial communication boards, see the pCO* installation
manual).
The software can manage the following supervisor protocols:
•
CAREL
•
Modbus
•
LonWorks (using the special optional board)
•
Trend (using the special optional board)
•
BACnet (using an external gateway or PCO-WEB)
If the serial communication values are set correctly, such as the serial address and communication speed, the unit will send the parameters shown in the
following table. Setting the serial identification number to 0 disables the serial supervisory system.
Below is the list of the variables that are managed by the supervisor.
25.1
Variable database
A specific communication database is featured that includes all the more important program variables, from the values read by the probes to the parameters set
on the screens. The following table describes the database, divided into digital, integer and analogue variables, indicating for each its description, address and
type, that is, read-only (R) or modifiable from the supervisor (R/W).
25.1.1
Digital variables
DESCRIPTION
Digital input number 1
Digital input number 2
Digital input number 3
Digital input number 4
Digital input number 5
Digital input number 6
Digital input number 7
Digital input number 8
Digital input number 9
Digital input number 10
Humidifier water level contact
Digital input number 12
Digital input number 13
Digital input number 14
Digital output number 1
Digital output number 2
Digital output number 3
Digital output number 4
Digital output number 5
Digital output number 6
Digital output number 7
Digital output number 8
Digital output number 9
Digital output number 10
Digital output number 11
Digital output number 12
Digital output number 13
General alarm compressor 1
General alarm compressor 2
Low pressure alarm compressor 1
Low pressure alarm compressor 2
Air flow alarm
Fan thermal overload alarm
Heater 1 overload alarm
Heater 2 overload alarm
Fire / smoke alarm
Dirty filter alarm
High room temperature alarm
Low room temperature alarm
High ambient humidity alarm
Low ambient humidity alarm
Operating hour threshold alarm, compressor 1
Operating hour threshold alarm, compressor 2
Fan operating hour threshold alarm
Room temperature probe broken alarm
Recovery temperature probe broken alarm
Outside temperature probe broken alarm
Outlet temperature probe broken alarm
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SCR
I3
I3
I3
I4
I4
I4
I5
I5
I6
I6
I6
I7
I7
I7
Ib
Ib
Ib
Ic
Ic
Ic
Id
Id
Ie
Ie
Ie
If
If
A01
A02
A03
A04
A05
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
ADD.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
TYPE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Ambient humidity probe broken alarm
DESCRIPTION
Pressure probe 1 broken alarm
Pressure probe2 broken alarm
Cond. 1 temperature probe broken alarm
Cond. 2 temperature probe broken alarm
High current alarm in the humidifier
Humidifier no water alarm
Humidifier no current alarm
Clock board broken alarm
High pressure alarm circuit 1
High pressure alarm circuit 2
Flood alarm
Auxiliary alarm
Thermal overload and high pressure alarm, comp. 1
Operating hour threshold alarm, humidifier
Thermal overload and high pressure alarm, comp. 2
Condenser fan 1 thermal overload alarm
Condenser fan 1 thermal overload alarm
Water flow alarm
Enable compressors/cooling coil together with the
recovery coil
Enable outside temperature probe
Enable pressure probe 1
Enable pressure probe 2
Enable humidity probe
Enable outlet probe
Enable condenser 1 temp. probe
Enable condenser 2 temp. probe
Enable recovery probe
Configure modulating output 1 (0=rec. valve;
1=modulating fan)
Type of unit (0=ED; 1=CW)
Configure modulating output 2 (0=recovery valve;
1=humidifier)
Configure digital input 1 (0=fire/smoke; 1=flood)
Configure digital input 12 (0=fire/smoke; 1=flood)
Enable modulating outlet fan
Heating mode
(0=heaters; 1=heating coil)
Type of cooling coil valve (0=0 to 10 V; 1=3p)
Type of heating coil valve (0=0 to 10 V; 1=3p)
Enable 0 to 10 V modulating humidifier output
Type of main coil CW unit (0=single; 1=double)
Type of condenser (0=single coil; 1=separate coils)
Select type of fans (0=inverter; 1=steps)
Enable condenser function
Enable Prevent high press. function
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A22
SCR
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
G0
49
ADD.
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
69
R
TYPE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
Cm
Cj
Ck
Ci
Cl
Cn
Cn
Cl
Cc
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
C1
Cc
79
80
R/W
R/W
C6
C5
Cd
C2C3
C3
C2C3
Cb
C3
Ce
Ce
Ce
Gk-Gl
81
82
83
84
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
85
86
R/W
R/W
87
88
89
90
91
92
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
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Enable outlet limit function
Enable compensation function
Enable cooling coil for dehum.
Enable recovery coil
Dehum. contact logic (0=NO; 1=NC)
Enable compressor FIFO rotation
Enable compressor load steps
Part load contact logic (0=NO; 1=NC)
Type of temperature control (0=P; 1=P+I)
Enable built-in humidifier
Enable CAREL Master Control
Enable force unit in pLAN
Enable ON/OFF time bands
Enable temperature time bands
Enable humidity time bands
Enable unit shutdown from button
Enable Remote ON/OFF dig. input
Unit ON/OFF from supervisor
Configure digital output 7 (0=recovery valve; 1=minor
alarms)
Select temperature unit of measure
Enable clock board (pCO1 pCOxs)
Enable printer
25.1.2
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
C0
C0
C0
114
115
116
R/W
R/W
R/W
SCR
I0m0
I0
I0
I1m0
I1
I1
I2
I2
I2
S1
P1
P1
S1
P2
P2
K6
K6
K7
K7
K8
K8
K9
K9
P3
P3
P3
P4
P4
P7
A9
A8
A8
A8
A9
A9
Aa
Aa
Aa
G9
Pa
P7
Gg
Gh
ADD.
1
TYPE
R
2
3
4
R
R
R
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Confirm hour setting
Confirm minute setting
Confirm day setting
Confirm month setting
Confirm year setting
Reset alarms from the supervisor
Driver 1 disconnected
Driver 2 disconnected
Cylinder maintenance mandatory
Cylinder maintenance recommended
High conductivity alarm
High conductivity warning
Humidifier low production
Drain alarm humidifier
Full cylinder alarm
Cylinder pre-exhaustion
Foam in the humidifier
Cylinder exhausted
Type of 0 to 10 V modulating output (pCOXS only)
Unit state (On/Off)
Unit in cooling mode
Unit in heating mode
Unit type (0=ED; 1=CW)
K0
K0
K0
K0
K0
--A68
A69
A70
A71
A60
A61
A62
A63
A64
A65
A66
A67
Cb
--M1
M1
C1
117
118
119
120
121
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
138
139
140
141
142
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
Condensing temperature differential
DESCRIPTION
Max condenser fan speed
Min condenser fan speed
Condensing pressure set point
Condensing temperature set point
Differential to force unit for high temperature
Differential to force unit for low temperature
Offset to force unit for high temperature
Offset to force unit for low temperature
High room temperature alarm offset
Low room temperature alarm offset
High ambient humidity alarm offset
Low ambient humidity alarm offset
Maximum outlet fan speed
Minimum outlet fan speed
Maximum humidifier production
End point for opening modulating humidifier output
Start point for opening mod. humidifier output
Maximum humidity probe value
Minimum humidity probe value
Maximum pressure probe 1 value
Minimum pressure probe 1 value
Maximum pressure probe 2 value
Minimum pressure probe 2 value
Temp. offset to restart dehumidification
Prevent differential (pressure)
Prevent differential (temperature)
Prevent set point (pressure)
Prevent set point (temperature)
Water recovery temperature set point
High pressure alarm set point
Outlet air limit set point
Outside air set point for compensation
Outlet fan speed in dehum.
Current superheating value driver 1
Evaporation temperature driver 1
Suction temperature driver 1
Evaporation pressure driver 1
Condensing temperature driver 1
Current superheating value driver 2
Evaporation temperature driver 2
Suction temperature driver 2
Evaporation pressure driver 2
Condensing temperature driver 2
Gi
SCR
Gj
Gj
Gh
Gh
Gr
Gq
Gr
Gq
P8
P8
P9
P9
G7
G7
Ch
G8
G8
Ci
Ci
Cj
Cj
Ck
Ck
G9
Gh
Gi
Gh
Gi
P6
Gg
Pa
P7
G7
Il
Il-Im
Il
Im
Im
Io
Io-Ip
Io
Ip
Ip
44
ADD.
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
R/W
TYPE
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Analogue variables
DESCRIPTION
Ambient humidity probe reading
Pressure probe 1 reading
Pressure probe 2 reading
Room temperature probe reading
Outlet air temperature probe reading
Outside temperature probe reading
Condensing temperature probe 1 reading
Condensing temperature probe 2 reading
Water recovery temperature probe reading
Temperature set point
Minimum limit of the temperature set point
Maximum limit of temperature set point
Humidity set point
Minimum limit of the humidity set point
Maximum limit of the humidity set point
Temperature set point time band Z1
Temperature set point time band Z2
Temperature set point time band Z3
Temperature set point time band Z4
Humidity set point time band Z1
Humidity set point time band Z2
Humidity set point time band Z3
Humidity set point time band Z4
Temperature dead zone
Cooling proportional band
Heating proportional band
Humidification proportional band
Dehumidification proportional band
Maximum temp. set compensation offset
Outside temperature probe calibration
Condensing pressure probe 1 calibration
Condensing pressure probe 2 calibration
Humidity probe calibration
Room temperature probe calibration
Outlet temperature probe calibration
Condensing temperature probe 1 calibration
Condensing temperature probe 2 calibration
Recovery temperature probe calibration
Differential temp. to stop dehumidification
Outlet air differential
Outside air differential for compensation
High pressure alarm differential
Condensing pressure differential
25.1.3
Pa
P7
Cg
Cd
Cg
G1
C2
G1
G1
Cg
Gm
Gp
K2
K2
K2
P5
P5
--C7
Integer variables
DESCRIPTION
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TYPE
Analogue output 1
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R
Standard air-conditioners
Analogue output 2
Analogue output 3
Analogue output 4
Current hour
Current minutes
Day
Month
Year
Day of the week
Hour setting
Minute setting
Day setting
Month setting
Year setting
Number of compressors
Number of compressors for dehumidification
Select number of ON/OFF fans
Number of heaters
Input configuration probe 2 (0=cond. press.1; 1=cond.
temp.1; 2=outlet temp.)
Input configuration probe 3 (0=cond. press.2; 1=cond.
temp.2; 2=recovery temp.)
Configuration of digital input 5 (0=flood; 1=filters;
2=fire/smoke)
Type of humidity probe signal (2=0 to 1 V; 3=0-10 V;
4=current)
Type of pressure probe signal 1 (2=0 to 1 V; 3=0 to 10 V;
4=current)
Type of pressure probe signal 2 (2=0 to 1 V; 3=0 to 10 V;
4=current)
Type of condenser 1 T probe signal (0=NTC; 1=pt1000;
2=0...1V; 3=0...10V; 4=current)
Type of condenser 2 T probe signal (0=NTC; 1=pt1000;
2=0...1V; 3=0...10V; 4=current)
Type of outside temperature probe signal (0=NTC;
1=pt1000)
Type of recovery temperature probe signal (0=NTC;
1=pt1000)
Type of room temperature probe signal (0=NTC; 1=pt1000)
Type of outlet temperature probe signal (0=NTC; 1=pt1000)
Select refrigerant (0=Any gas; 1=R22; 2=134a; 3=404a;
4=407C; 5=410a; 6=R507c; 7=R290; 8=R600;
9=R600a; 10=R717; 11=R744; 12=R728; 13=R1270)
Air flow switch alarm delay
Outlet fan off delay
Outlet fan start delay
Delay in activating minor alarm relay no.7
Delay in activating serious alarm relay no.8
Water flow switch alarm delay
Delay between starts of different compressors
Heater start delay
Low pressure alarm delay
Integral time for P+I control
Minimum compressor off time
Minimum compressor on time
Delay between compressor starts
Part load activation delay
3 point valve travel time
High-low temperature-humidity alarm delay
High conductivity pre-alarm threshold
High conductivity alarm threshold
Type of humidifier
Start hour for ON/OFF time band F1-1
Start minutes for ON/OFF time band F1-1
DESCRIPTION
End hour for ON/OFF time band F1-1
End minutes for ON/OFF time band F1-1
Start hour for ON/OFF time band F1-2
Start minutes for ON/OFF time band F1-2
End hour for ON/OFF time band F1-2
End minutes for ON/OFF time band F1-2
Start hour for ON/OFF time band F2
Start minutes for ON/OFF time band F2
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
C9
24
R/W
Ca
25
R/W
C4
26
R/W
Ci
27
R/W
Cj
28
R/W
Ck
29
R/W
Cn
30
R/W
Cn
31
R/W
Cm
32
R/W
Cm
33
R/W
Cl
Cl
C1
34
35
36
R/W
R/W
R/W
T4
T0
T0
T3
T3
T4
T6
T8
T2
T1
T5
T5
T6
T7
T1
T2
Ge
Ge
Ch
K3
K3
SCR
K3
K3
K3
K3
K3
K3
K4
K4
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
58
59
ADD.
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
TYPE
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
K0
K0
K0
K0
K0
C2
Cg
Ce
C2C3
End hour for ON/OFF time band F2
End minutes for ON/OFF time band F2
Start hour for temperature time band Z1
Start minutes for temperature time band Z1
Start hour for temperature time band Z2
Start minutes for temperature time band Z2
Start hour for temperature time band Z3
Start minutes for temperature time band Z3
Start hour for temperature time band Z4
Start minutes for temperature time band Z4
Start hour for humidity time band Z1
Start minutes for humidity time band Z1
Start hour for humidity time band Z2
Start minutes for humidity time band Z2
Start hour for humidity time band Z3
Start minutes for humidity time band Z3
Start hour for humidity time band Z4
Start minutes for humidity time band Z4
Select ON/OFF time bands Monday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Tuesday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Wednesday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Thursday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Friday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Saturday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Select ON/OFF time bands Sunday (0=F1; 1=F2; 2=F3;
3=F4)
Condenser fan speed-up time fans
Compressor 1 operating hour threshold
Compressor 2 operating hour threshold
Humidifier operating hour threshold
Fan operating hour threshold
Unit rotation mode in pLAN
Forcing delays for high room temp.
Forcing delays for low room temp.
Interval in days for automatic rotation
Automatic unit rotation hours
Automatic unit rotation minutes
Number of units in Standby mode
Automatic rotation interval for units in pLAN
pLAN connection class board 1 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 2 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 3 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 4 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 5 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 6 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 7 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
pLAN connection class board 8 (0=not present;
1=present/no rotation; 2=present/rotation)
Valve position driver 1
Valve position driver 2
Configuration of analogue input 1 (pCOXS only)
Configuration of analogue input 2 (pCOXS only)
pCO* size (17=Extra large N.C.; 13=Extra large N.O.;
12=Small; 11=Medium; 10=Large)
pCO* type (0/2=pCO2; 1=pCO1; 3=pCOC; 4=pCOxs;
5=pCOOEM; 6=---; 7=pCO3)
Application version (i.e.: 22 -> version 2.2)
50
K4
K4
K6
K6
K6
K6
K7
K7
K7
K7
K8
K8
K8
K8
K9
K9
K9
K9
K5
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
K5
87
R/W
K5
88
R/W
K5
89
R/W
K5
90
R/W
K5
91
R/W
K5
92
R/W
GhGi
A7
A7
A7
A7
Gn
Gp
Gp
Go
Go
Go
Gn
Gn
Co
93
R/W
94 R/W
95
R/W
96
R/W
97
R/W
98
R/W
99
R/W
100 R/W
101 R/W
102 R/W
103 R/W
105 R/W
106 R/W
107 R/W
Co
108
R/W
Co
109
R/W
Cp
110
R/W
Cp
111
R/W
Cp
112
R/W
Cq
113
R/W
Cq
114
R/W
Ik
In
C8
C9
---
115
116
117
118
119
R
R
R/W
R/W
R
---
120
R
A0
121
R
Standard air-conditioners
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Glossary
Branch – loop: series of screens that concern the same subject and that can be reached easily by simply pressing the arrow buttons; the branch is
accessed by pressing one of the buttons on the terminal, which displays the first screen in the loop.
Buffer (memory): memory on the board used to save the default values selected by CAREL for all the parameters. Permanent memory even when
power is OFF.
Built-in: display housed on the backbone of the pCO board.
Buzzer: audible buzzer fitted on the external terminals; this sounds extendedly in the event of alarms or briefly if the limits for setting the parameters
are exceeded. The built-in terminals do not have a buzzer.
Dead zone: this defines a very small temperature zone between the set point and the proportional band, inside which the devices are not activated.
Default: this term defines the values, for example the set point and the temperature proportional band, that are automatically used by the system
without modifications made by the user.
Freecooling: the action of introducing outside air into the environment by opening a damper, so as to provide cooling while saving energy.
Manual: activation and deactivation of all the devices connected to the outputs on the board, from the special screens and with the unit OFF.
Outlet: this is the air introduced into the environment by the air-conditioner.
Proportional band: this defines a temperature zone of a few degrees around the set point, inside which the system manages the operation of the
control devices.
Ramp: this term defines the travel of a modulating valve, from 0% to 100%.
Range: interval of values allowed for a parameter.
Return – intake: air from the controlled environment, taken in by the air-conditioner.
Screen: this defines the page that is shown on the display.
Set point: this defines the desired temperature (or humidity) value; the system activates the heating or cooling devices until the temperature or
humidity has reached the set point.
Sleep mode: defines the unit OFF status when requested by the Master unit, in Automatic rotation mode.
Step: this defines an area of the proportional band (temperature or humidity) inside which a device is started and at the same time defines the
activation and deactivation values for the device.
3-point valve – modulating valve: 3-point valve is a commonly used valve, activated by 2 relays, one for opening and one for closing; a modulating
valve, on the other hand, is controlled by a 0 to 10 V signal and is more precise.
Upload: this is the operation that copies the application software from the computer or the programming key, to the flash memory on the pCO board.
CAREL reserves the right to make modifications or changes to its products without prior notice.
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