LG | PACP4B000.ENCXLAP | LG PACP4B000.ENCXLAP Owner’s Manual

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OWNER’S MANUAL(GUI)
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CONDITIONER
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HVAC Controller(ACP IV)
HVAC Touch(AC Smart IV)
BACnet Touch(AC Smart BACnet)
BACnet(ACP BACnet)
www.lg.com
P/NO : MFL69355602
EXPLANATORY NOTES
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EXPLANATORY NOTES
The contents of this ACS IV Controller User Manual are protected by international copyright laws,
and the Computer Program Protection Act. The contents of the User Manual and the programs
mentioned herein may only be used under license from LG Electronics in strict adherence to the user
agreement.
You may not reproduce or distribute, by any means, copies of this User Manual, or any part of it,
without prior approval from LG Electronics.
Copyright © 2014 LG Electronics. All rights reserved.
Registered Trademarks
ACS IV Controller is a registered trademark of LG Electronics. All other products and company
names are trademarks of their respective owners and are used for illustrative purposes only.
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EXPLANATORY NOTES
Product Features
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Built-in Web Server
You can use Internet Explorer to access various online content without additional software.
Latest software version of Adobe Flash should be installed on your computer.
Simple Central Controller Interface
You can interface ACS IV Controller with a 16-room simple central controller.
AC Manager IV Interface
You can connect ACS IV Controllers with a PC based AC Manager IV to use the various AC Manager
IV functions. You can also use the scheduling function, even if the PC with AC Manager IV is turned
off.
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How to Use This Guide
Notations Used In This Guide
• Control buttons displayed within the system are marked by boldface text in square brackets ([ ]).
Example: [OK], [Save]
• Option titles displayed in the program are marked by boldface text.
Example: Start, Programs
• Keyboard strokes used by the system are marked by boldface text in angle brackets (< >).
Example: <Esc>
NOTES
yy This manual covers the ACP IV, AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet, ACP BACnet version 4.0.0 or
later.
yy The contents of this manual may differ from the actual function according to the latest SW
version.
NOTES
yy You will need the Adobe Flash Player be installed for the Web control.
(Recommended specification : Adobe Flash Player 11)
yy The special characters (^), (‘) and (,) are not available for user or object names within device.
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It is highly suggested that this User Manual be read in its entirety before using the ACS IV Controller.
Store this guide so that is also easily accessible.
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Comparison of Models
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There are some differences depending on the model.
O : Supported
X : Not supported
Function
ACP IV
ACP
BACnet
AC
Smart IV
AC
Smart
BACnet
Control/
Monitor,
Installing
Exp.I/O Installing, Control/Monitor
O
O*
O
O*
Control/
Monitor,
Installing
Chiller Installing, Control/Monitor
Optional
X
Optional
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
X
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
X
X
O
O
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Web
Web
Controller,
Web
Controller,
Web
Unit, Device ID,
Vnet Number
X
Controller,
Web
X
Controller,
Web
BACnet Port
Setting
X
Web
X
Controller,
Web
Related
Menu
Interlocking,
Energy
Report,
Event Log,
Environment
Email
Energy
Report,
Event Log
PC Save
Environment
(Setting, Interlocking/Error
Notification, Energy Report/Event
Log send)
(Energy Report/Event Log save)
LGAP Setting
(Master/Slave)
Environment
Update S/W, DB management
Environment
Screen Setting
Environment
Network
Setting
Environment
BACnet
Setting
IP Information,
DNS Server
HTTP Port Setting
* ACP BACnet, AC Smart BACnet don’t support Exp. I/O’s BACnet points
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
7STARTING
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–Time-limit Operation
–InterLocking
92Energy Report
92
–Statistics Screen Composition and
Features
94
–Querying Energy Report
7Login and logout
96Event Log
96
9Home screen composition and
features
–Event log screen composition and
features
98
–Querying Event
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–Login
10Emergency situation occurrence
and reset
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–Emergency situation occurrence
–Emergency situation reset
13USING THE PROGRAM
13Control/Monitor
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–Control/Monitoring screen
composition and features
19
–Device Control
58
–Monitoring a Device
59Schedule
59
–Schedule Screen composition and
features
60
–Creating Schedules
63
64
65
–Checking Schedules
–Editing Schedules
–Deleting Schedules
99Installing
99
–Device setting screen composition
and function
100
–Registering Device
123
–Cycle Monitoring
119
–Managing Device
125Environment
126
–General Setting
139
–Screen Setting (AC Smart IV, AC
Smart BACnet Only)
145
–Advance Setting
163
–Network Setting
157
168
173
179
181
–Customer Setting
–E-Mail Setting
–TMS Setting
–Channel Setting
–BACnet Setting (ACP BACnet, AC
Smart BACnet Only)
183Home screen additional
information display
66Auto Logic
183
–Viewing home screen additional
information
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184
–Home screen additional information
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–Peak Control
–Demand Control
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
composition and function
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185Energy management
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–Energy usage
–Energy navigation
–Energy navigation log
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• This product must be installed by an installation professional from an LG authorized service
center.
• Warranty will be voided if installed by non-certified or unauthorized persons.
• Follow the safety precautions to prevent any unforeseen dangers or damage.
• This product has been designed for business use, or for areas outside the home, and has
passed the Electromagnetic Interference Test.
WARNING
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
WARNING
Installation
yy To reinstall the product, please contact the your dealer or a service center for
reinstallation service.
-- Installation of the product by an unauthorized person may result in fire, electric shock, explosion, injury, or a malfunctioning of the product.
yy Do not twist or damage the power cord.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy For electrical work, please contact the dealer from where you purchased the product, or
a service center.
-- Disassembly or repair by an unauthorized person may result in fire or electric shock.
yy For installation of the product, please contact the dealer from where you purchased the
product, or a service center.
-- Installation of the product by an unauthorized person may result in fire, electric shock, explosion, injury, or a malfunctioning of the product.
yy For electrical work, have an electrician follow the installation manual and specified
circuit diagram.
-- Using an unsuitable cord, or having a non-professional work on the electricals may result in fire
or electrical shock.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
yy Do not place the product near a fire source.
-- It may result in the product catching fire.
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yy If the product is installed in a hospital or a communication base station, provide
sufficient protective equipment against electrical noise or interference.
-- The product may malfunction or other products may work abnormally.
yy Securely install the product.
-- If the product is not secured during installation, it may fall or malfunction.
yy Read the manual thoroughly to correctly install the product.
-- If not, an incorrect installation may cause fire or electric shock.
yy When wiring the product, do not use a non-standard cable, nor extend the cable
excessively.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Securely install the power cord and communication cable.
-- An unsecure installation may result in fire or electric shock.
yy Do not connect the power cord to the communication terminal.
-- It may cause fire, electric shock, or a product malfunction.
yy Do not install the product in an area near combustible gas.
-- It may result in fire, electric shock, explosion, injury, or a malfunctioning of the product.
Operation
yy Do not place a heavy object on the power cord.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Do not change or extend the power cord arbitrarily.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Use the cord specific to the product.
-- Using an unauthorized non-standard cord may result in fire or electric shock.
yy Do not use a heat device near the power cord.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Ensure that water never gets into the product.
-- It can result in an electric shock, or product malfunction.
yy Do not place any container with liquid on the product.
-- The product may malfunction.
yy Do not click(touch) the product with wet hands.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
yy If the product has been submerged in water, contact a service center.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Do not cause shock to the product.
-- The product may malfunction.
yy Do not store or use any combustible gas or flammable substances near the product.
-- It may cause fire, or a product malfunction.
yy Do not disassemble, repair, or revamp the product arbitrarily.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Children and the elderly should use the product under adult supervision.
-- Carelessness may cause an accident, or the product may malfunction.
yy Children should not operate the product without adult supervision.
-- The product may be damaged or it may fall, causing injury to children.
yy Product must operate between operating temperatures as outlined in this manual.
-- If the product is used outside this range, the product may be severely damaged.
yy Do not press the switch or button with a sharp object.
-- It can result in an electric shock, or the product may malfunction.
yy Do not handle wiring of this product while it is turned on.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy If unusual sounds or odor are coming from the unit, immediately power off.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Do not place a heavy object on the product.
-- The product may malfunction.
yy Do not spray water on the product, or clean it with a water-soaked cloth.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Do not use the product for the preservation of animals and plants, precision
instruments, art pieces, or for other special purposes.
-- It may cause property damage.
yy Dispose the packing material safely.
-- The packing material may result in personal injury.
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yy Use standard components.
-- Use of an unauthorized product may result in fire, electric shock, explosion, injury, or a malfunctioning of the product.
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CAUTION
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Installation
yy Securely install the product in an area where the weight of the product can be supported.
-- The product may fall and be destroyed.
yy Install the product in an area shielded from rain.
-- If water gets into the product, it may malfunction.
yy Do not install the product in a humid area.
-- If the product is damp, it may malfunction.
yy Do not use the product where there is oil, steam, or sulfuric gas.
-- It may effect the product's performance, or damage it.
yy Check the rated power capacity.
-- It may cause fire, or a product malfunction.
yy Use the adapter provided with the product or power from a class 2 24 V~ transformer,
depending on model.
-- If a non-standard adapter is used, the product may malfunction. The adaptor is not provided
with the AC Smart package sold in the U.S.
yy Be careful not to drop or damage the product when moving it.
-- The product may malfunction or the person may sustain an injury.
yy Ensure that the cord is connected securely to prevent dew, water, or insects from getting
into the product.
-- If a foreign substance gets inside, it may cause an electric shock or the product may malfunction.
Operation
yy Clean the product with a soft cloth, but not with a solvent-based detergent.
-- The use of a solvent-based detergent may cause fire or deform the product.
yy Do not let the product come into contact with a metal substance.
-- The product may malfunction.
yy When sterilizing or disinfecting, power off the product.
-- The product may work abnormally.
yy Do not click(touch) inside the product while powered on.
-- The product may malfunction.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
yy Do not leave the product near a flower base, water bottle, or any other liquids.
-- It may cause fire or electric shock.
yy Transformer selection:
-- Select an insulating product that complies with IEC61558-2-6 and NEC Class 2.
-- In addition, consider the combined power consumption of the modules, accessories, and field
devices installed for the selection of an appropriate transformer.
Main module current: 24 V~, 850 mA
-- Use the provided adaptor when using DC 12 V. The adaptor is not provided with the ACS IV
Controller package sold in the U.S.
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yy Periodically, check the product and do maintenance, especially if it has been running for
extended periods of time.
-- If the product is allowed to run for extended periods of time, the product may deteriorate causing
injury to the user.
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Class A device
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NOTES
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Disposal of your old appliance
1.When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2.All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the local authorities.
3.The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
4.For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city o!ce, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
STARTING
This section explains how to connect to the system and register devices to setup the environment
(prior to using ACS IV Controller).
Login and logout
The following explains how to log in and out of ACS IV Controller.
ACS IV Controller can be controlled by entering the IP address of the ACS IV Controller in the
address bar of Internet Explorer without the installation of another program. The ACS IV Controller
Web server is executed automatically.
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Login
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You can login as follows:
1. Run ACS IV Controller.
2. After entering your ID and password in the login window, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• You should be logged in now.
Caution
Change your password regularly to protect your personal information and use the service safely.
Logout
You can logout as follows:
1.
On the top right of the ACS IV Controller home screen, click(touch) the [Logout] button.
• You should be logged out now.
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Home screen composition and features
⑥
①
②
③
④
⑤
Number
Item
①
All Indoor Unit
Control
Description
ON / OFF control of all indoor units.
②
Running Status
(Unit)
Checks if the devices are operating, stopped, or in error.
③
Time
④
Today's Schedule
⑤
Main Menu
Use ACS IV Controller main menu.
⑥
Site name
Display registered site name.
Check the current date and time.
Check the registered schedules in chronological order.
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The following explains the home screen composition and features.
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Emergency situation occurrence and reset
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When an Alarm ACK Required program occurs, the entire home screen turns red to indicate
Acknowledgement is required. The alarm condition must be cleared before any other control can be
performed. For details on how to set emergency program, refer to Managing Program.
Emergency situation occurrence
When an emergency situation occurs, the alert screen is displayed on home screen as follows.
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Emergency situation reset
1.
Touch [Alarm Ack] button at the top right side of the emergency situation screen.
• Manager password input screen is displayed.
2. Input manager password and touch [Confirm] button.
• If the password is correct, the emergency situation is reset.
Caution
Emergency situation notice will be generated again until the cause of emergency situation is
removed. You may have to check Interlocking to determine what the alarm cause is.
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Emergency alert screen is maintained until the emergency situation is reset. You can reset
emergency situation as follows.
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MEMO
USING THE PROGRAM
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USING THE PROGRAM
The following explains how to use the ACS IV Controller functions.
Control/Monitor
Control/Monitoring is the menu to combine several devices that can be commonly monitored into one
unit for easy management. The following explains the Control/Monitor menu options.
Control/Monitoring screen composition and features
The following explains Control/Monitoring screen composition and features.
⑧
⑨
①
⑩
⑪
⑤
②
⑥
③
④
⑦
Number
Item
Description
①
Select/Deselect All
②
[Drawing] Button
③
[Filter] Button
Select which device types are displayed for monitoring and
control.
④
View Type Select
Select a view type(Icon/Simple) for the monitoring screen.
(Refer following View Type)
⑤
Group List
Select/deselect all devices in a group (select = red check).
View floor plans of a group.
Check device group listings.
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Item
⑥
Monitoring Screen
⑦
Device Control Box
⑧
[Multiple Group
Selection] Button
⑨
Home
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Number
Description
Check the control status of a device.
yy Display the device control menu.
yy The device control box shows different menus depending on
the device. (For more on Control Menu per Device)
yy Control the device by selecting multiple groups.
Return to the home screen.
⑩
View Menu
⑪
Current Menu
Display the active menu.
Display the name of the active menu.
View Type
Control/Monitor menu has two different types of view(Icon, Simple). The following shows the screen
composition and features per view type.
Icon
The control status is shown in icons. The device icon has a composition and feature as follows.
①
②
④
③
⑤
⑥
Number
Item
Description
①
Operation Mode and
Device Status Icon
The color at the top of the icon box shows the current
operation mode, and the status of the device is indicated as
an icon.
②
Device Icon
The device to be controlled is indicated as an icon.
(The device shown may not represent the appearance of the
actual unit.)
③
Current Temperature
Display the current temperature.
④
Operation Mode
⑤
Desired Temperature
Display the operation mode of the device.
Display the desired temperature.
⑥
Device Name
Display the name of the device.
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Simple
①
②
Number
Item
①
Operation Mode
②
Device Icon
Description
The color of the box indicates the current operation mode.
Refer to following section.
The device to be controlled is indicated as an icon.
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The control device and operation mode are displayed only.
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Monitoring screen colors and icons
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Box colors and operation mode per icon
Color
Icon
Operation Mode
Cooling
(Blue)
Heating
Ventilation, Electric Heat
(Orange)
Dehumidification
(Navy)
Fan
Ventilation, General
(Sky Blue)
Power Saving
(Green)
Auto
(Purple)
Ventilation, Auto
Chiller, Ice
(Sapphire Blue)
-
ON or Short
-
OFF or Open
-
Error
(Yellow)
(Gray)
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Device status icon
Device Status
Filter Exchange
Full Lock On
Peak/Demand Control
Schedule
GHP Oil Alarm
Control device icon
Icon
Device Type
Outdoor Device
Wall Mounted
Floor Mounted
Duct
Cassette(1Way)
Indoor Device
Cassette(2Way)
Cassette(4Way)
FCU
ERV, ERV DX
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Icon
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Icon
Device Type
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AHU
AWHP or Hydrokit
Water-cooled scroll
chiller
Air-cooled scroll chiller
Chiller
Turbo chiller
Screw chiller
ABS chiller
DOKIT
DI
DO
DI
DO
Exp. I/O
UI
AO
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Device Control
1. From the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the device group you want to control from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) the device you want to control.
• To select all devices, click(touch) the
button at the top.
• The device control area appears at the bottom of the screen.
4. In the device control box, set the control status of the device.
• The device control box shows a different menu depending on the device. For information
about the control area for each device, refer to Control Menu per Device.
5. Once you have finalized the settings, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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You can control the devices as follows.
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Control Menu per Device
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The control box menu differs depending on the device. The following shows the control box menu
per device.
Indoor Device
The following is the indoor unit control menu and features.
Item
Operation
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device similar to occupied.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device similar to unoccupied.
GoTo
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Room
Display the current temperature at configured sensor(s).
Set Temperature
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
(The maximum/minimum temperatures that can be set may differ depending
on the model of unit controlled.)
yy [COOL] Button: Cooling Mode Request.
yy [HEAT] Button: Heating Mode Request.
Mode
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the mode of operation.
yy [DRY] Button: You cannot set the temperature in this mode.
yy [FAN] Button: Fan runs without temperature control to clean the air. You
cannot set the temperature in this mode.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
yy [MED] Button: Medium fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Fan speed automatically adjusts between low, medium
and high fan speeds.
Swing
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
yy [Set] Button: Turns on automatic oscillation of the louvers if present.
yy [Clear] Button: Turns off automatic oscillation of the louvers if present.
Apply control menu setting to the device
Controls details.
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• Indoor unit fine control
Item
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device similar to occupied.
Operation
Set
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device similar to
unoccupied.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [COOL] Button: Cooling Mode Request.
yy [HEAT] Button: Heating Mode Request.
Mode
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the mode of operation.
yy [DRY] Button: You cannot set the temperature in this mode.
yy [FAN] Button: Fan runs without temperature control to clean the air.
You cannot set the temperature in this mode.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [MED] Button: Medium fan speed.
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Loops from low to medium to high fan speeds.
yy [Set] Button: Turns on automatic oscillation of the louvers if present.
Swing
yy [Clear] Button: Turns off automatic oscillation of the louvers if
present.
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In the control menu of the indoor unit, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail
control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu
are as follows.
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Item
Description
Filter Alarm
Click(Touch) the Disable button to deactivate the filter exchange alarm.
(Model dependant.)
yy [HardLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for all features.
yy [Clear] Button: All functions are unlocked.
yy [ModeLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for local mode
setting.
yy [Clear] Button: Mode is unlocked.
Partial Lock
yy [FanLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for local fan speed
setting.
yy [Clear] Button: Fan speed is unlocked.
yy [TempLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for local
temperature setting.
yy [Clear] Button: Temperature setting is unlocked.
Set Temp Range
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature limit.
[2Setpoint] or
[IDU 2Set] Button
Set functions in 2Setpoint or IDU 2set
NOTES
yy Depending on the installation site specifications, either the Auto Mode or 2Set Auto Mode
can be selected. Go to Environment > Advance Setting > Auto Mode Option and select a
desired auto mode type.
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• Indoor 2Setpoint (Auto Mode)
Item
Description
Set the auto change over function to switch the operation mode
automatically to keep the proper room temperature.
Auto Change
Over
When Room Temp. > Upper, request Cool operation mode. When
Room Temp. < Lower, requests Heat operation mode. When Room
Temp. ≤ (Upper - Temperature difference) or Room Temp. ≥ (Lower +
Temperature differece), requests Fan operation mode.
(You can set up Temperature differernce in Environment > Advance
Setting > Temperature limit setting.) (The auto change over function
works well with "Heat Recovery" model. For other models, functionality
is limited.)
yy [ON] Button: Enable Auto Change Over
yy [OFF] Button: Disable Auto Change Over
Lower
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the lower limit temperature range.
(18°C~30°C / 64°F~86°F).
Upper
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the upper limit temperature range.
(18°C~30°C / 64°F~86°F).
Set the fan speed to operates when auto change over function works.
Fan Speed
When operation mode is COOL or HEAT, operates at user set fan
speed. And when operation mode is Fan, operates at low fan speed.
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In the detail control window of the indoor unit, touch [2Setpoint] button, and in the displayed
automatic control setting window, you can set the automatic control. The composition and
functions of the automatic control menu are as follows.
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Item
Description
Setback
Set the setback function to control the proper room temperature when
the indoor unit is turned off. (The setback function works well with "Heat
Recovery" model. For other models, functionality is limited.)
yy [ON] Button: Enable temperature limits
yy [OFF] Button: Disable temperature limits
Cooling Start
Temp.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling start temperature.
(21°C~40°C / 70°F~104°F).
Heating Start
Temp.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the heating start temperature.
(1°C~20°C / 34°F~68°F).
NOTES
yy Under auto change over operation, mode lock and temperature lock could be set up, and
those locks are maintained after automated operation is cleared.
NOTES
yy The range of temperature setting may differ depending on national regulations or product types.
• Indoor 2Setpoint
In the detail control window of the 2set indoor unit, touch [IDU 2Set] button, and in the
displayed automatic control setting window, you can set the automatic control.
The composition and functions of the automatic control menu are as follows.
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Item
Description
Set to occupied or unoccupied to change the room temperature
depending on the room occupancy.
yy [Occupied] Button : Set to Occupied
yy [Unoccupied] Button : Set to Unoccupied
Cooling Set Temp
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling start temperature.
Cooling Upper
Limit
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling upper limit temperature range.
Cooling Lower
Limit
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling lower limit temperature range.
Heating Set Temp
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the heating start temperature.
Heating Upper
Limit
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the heating upper limit temperature range.
Heating Lower
Limit
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the heating lower limit temperature range.
-- 2Set Auto Mode Icon
Item
Description
yy The Icon as displayed in 2Set Auto Mode Option.
yy Note: If the operation mode is ‘AUTO’, Cooling Set Temp(Blue)
and Heating Set Temp(Orange) is shown. In other operation
mode, only one Set Temp is shown.
If the occupancy is ‘Occupied’, a human shape is shown.
If ‘OVERRIDE’ is set on the remote control, OVERRIDE text is
shown.
(OVERRIDE function allows you to switch the occupancy status
(Occupied/Unoccupied) regardless of scheduled or set-up time. For
further information about OVERRIDE function, please refer to the
remote controller’s manual.)
If the occupancy is ‘Occupied’ and ‘OVERRIDE’ is set on the remote
control, a human shape and OVERRIDE text is shown.
(OVERRIDE function allows you to switch the occupancy status
(Occupied/Unoccupied) regardless of scheduled or set-up time. For
further information about OVERRIDE function, please refer to the
remote controller’s manual.)
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NOTES
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yy This function is activated only when Auto Mode Option is 2Set Auto Mode and IDU, ODU
supports 2set function. (For further information about whether the device supports the 2set
function, please refer to the device’s manual.)
yy Under 2Set Auto mode, operation mode(cool, heat) status of the actual product is displayed
along with Auto icon.
NOTES
yy ACS IV Controllers’s control command is above the occupancy sensor connected to the IDU.
yy When Occupancy is changed, Cooling Set Temp, Heating Set Temp is changed to the recent
Schedule’s Set Temp. If there was no schedule, Cooling Set Temp, Heating Set Temp is set to
the default.
(Example)
When the schedules were set up as follows,
09AM – 12 PM: Occupied / Cooling Set Temp 80°F / Heating Set Temp 64°F
12PM – 13 PM: Unoccupied / Cooling Set Temp 84°F / Heating Set Temp 60°F
13PM – 15 PM: Occupied / Cooling Set Temp 78°F / Heating Set Temp 66°F
after 15PM
if the room is occupied, Cooling Set Temp is 78°F and Heating Set Temp 66°F.
If the room is unoccupied, Cooling Set Temp is 84°F and Heating Set Temp 60°F.
yy IDU can be set to Occupied ON, Occupied OFF, Unoccupied ON & Unoccupied OFF. When
IDU is controlled OFF neither Heating, Cooling or Fan operation can occur.
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ERV
Item
Operation
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The following is the ERV control menu and features.
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
GoTo
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Room
Display the current temperature.
Set Temperature
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set a desired temperature (the ERV is not activated).
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the optimum temperature.
Mode
yy [HEX] Button: Air supply and emissions are all ventilated through the heat
exchanger.
yy [NORMAL] Button: Ventilate emissions without passing through the heat
exchanger.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [SUPER] Button: Maximum fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Loops from low to high to super fan speeds.
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device
Control details.
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• ERV Fine Control
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In the control menu of the ventilation, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail
control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu
are as follows.
Item
Operation
Set
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set a desired temperature (the ERV is not
activated).
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the optimum temperature.
Mode
yy [HEX] Button: Air supply and exhaust are all ventilated through the
heat exchanger.
yy [NORMAL] Button: Exhaust AIR does not pass through the heat
exchanger.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [SUPER] Button: Maximum fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Loops from low to high to super fan speeds.
Partial Lock
yy [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features.
yy [Clear] Button: Disable the lock.
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Item
Description
yy [Quick] Button: Operates at maximum performance.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables power saving / rapid operation.
yy [Heater On] Button: Enables the heater function to heat the room.
yy [Heater Off] Button: Disables the heater function.
Some additional function might not be provided according to your
country such as U.S.
ERV DX
The following is the ERV DX control menu and features.
Item
Operation
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
GoTo
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Room
Display the current temperature.
Set Temperature
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the optimum temperature.
Mode
yy [HEX] Button: Air supply and emissions are all ventilated through the heat
exchanger.
yy [NORMAL] Button: Ventilate emissions without passing through the heat
exchanger.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [SUPER] Button: Maximum fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Loops from low to high to super fan speeds.
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device
Control details.
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yy [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the
most efficient method possible.
Additional
Function
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• ERV DX Fine Control
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In direct cooling ventilation control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail
control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu
are as follows.
Item
Operation
Set
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the optimum temperature.
Mode
yy [HEX] Button: Air supply and emissions are all ventilated through
the heat exchanger.
yy [NORMAL] Button: Ventilate emissions without passing through the
heat exchanger.
yy [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
Fan Speed
yy [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
yy [SUPER] Button: Maximum fan speed.
yy [AUTO] Button: Loops from low to high to super fan speeds.
Partial Lock
yy [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables the lock.
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Item
Description
yy [Quick] Button: Operates at maximum performance to prevent the
room's contaminated or humid air from entering other spaces.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables power saving / rapid operation.
yy [Heater On] Button: Enables the heater function to heat the room.
yy [Heater Off] Button: Disables the heater function.
yy [Humid On] Button: Enables the humidifier function for room humidity
control.
yy [Humid Off] Button: Disable the humidifier function (not activated).
Some additional function might not be provided according to your
country such as U.S.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
Co- Airconditioner
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
yy [AUTO] Button: Operates in Auto Mode.
yy [STOP] Button: Stops the air conditioning function.
NOTES
yy The range of temperature setting may differ depending on national regulations or product
types.
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yy [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the
most efficient method possible.
Additional
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AHU
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The following is the AHU control menu and features.
Item
Operation
GoTo
Room
Set Temperature
Easy control
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
yy [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen
Display the current temperature.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [Registered mode name] button: Check/edit control values of the
registered mode
yy [New] button: Add new mode
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Mode
yy [FAN] Button: Purifies the air.
yy [DRY] Button: Dehumidifies the air during the rainy season or when
humidity is high.
yy [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the most
efficient method possible.
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device
Control details.
NOTES
AHU or Chiller's screen and menu may be different according to the actually interfaced product.
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• View AHU details
In AHU control menu, touch [View Details ▶] button, and you can view detail information.
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①
②
③
Number
Item
Description
①
Device information
Device information such as device name/status/
address, etc.
②
Status information
Status information such as operation/mode/
temperature, etc.
③
Detail information
Detail information such as automatic ventilation/
humidification operation/set humidity/set CO₂
concentration/lock all/damper open, etc.
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• AHU Fine Control
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In AHU control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you
can control detail items.
The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows.
Item
Operation
Set
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Mode
yy [FAN] Button: Purifies the air.
yy [DRY] Button: Dehumidifies the air during the rainy season or when
humidity is high.
yy [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the
most efficient method possible.
AutoVent
yy [Set] Button: If the CO₂ concentration level increases during cooling
or heating, increase the outdoor air volume to reduce the CO₂
concentration level.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables AutoVent.
CO2(ppm)
Humidify
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired carbon dioxide emission level from 500
ppm to 1,500 ppm in intervals of 100 ppm (CO₂ is not settable in some
models.).
yy [Set] Button: Enables the humidifier function.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables the humidifier function.
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Item
Description
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired humidity from 30% to 80% in intervals
of 1%.
yy [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features.
Partial Lock
yy [Clear] Button: Disables the lock.
(Lock is not settable in some models.)
OA Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the OA damper from 0° to 90° in intervals of 1°.
EA Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the EA damper openness from 0° to 90° in intervals
of 1°.
MIX Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the mix damper openness from 0° to 90° in intervals
of 1°.
Advanced
Set fan control (Lock is not settable in some models.)
• AHU easy control
If you register frequently used control setting values with easy control in advance, you can easily control AHU.
-- Registered easy control
In easy control, if you touch [Registered mode name (Example) Summer AM)] button, you
can check or edit the control values.
Item
Description
[Modify] button
Moves to the edit screen of the selected mode
[Delete] button
Deletes the selected mode
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Humidity(%)
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-- New easy control registration
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In easy control, if you touch [New] button, you can register new easy control. The composition and functions of the detail setting menu of easy control are as follows.
Item
User mode name
Operation
Set
Description
Click(Touch) the input section, and input easy control name.
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the temperature.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Mode
yy [FAN] Button: Purifies the air.
yy [DRY] Button: Dehumidifies the air during the rainy season or
when humidity is high.
yy [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the
most efficient method possible.
AutoVent
yy [Set] Button: If the CO₂ concentration level increases during
cooling or heating, increase the outdoor air volume to reduce the
CO₂ concentration level.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables AutoVent.
CO 2 (ppm)
Humidify
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired carbon dioxide emission level from
500 ppm to 1,500 ppm in intervals of 100 ppm (CO₂ is not settable
in some models.).
yy [Set] Button: Enables the humidifier function.
yy [Clear] Button: Disables the humidifier function.
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Item
Description
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired humidity from 30% to 80% in
intervals of 1%.
yy [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features.
Partial Lock
yy [Clear] Button: Disables the lock.
(Lock is not settable in some models.)
OA Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the OA damper from 0° to 90° in intervals of 1°.
EA Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the EA damper openness from 0° to 90° in
intervals of 1°.
MIX Damper
Use [▲]/[▼] to set the mix damper openness from 0° to 90° in
intervals of 1°.
-- Advanced
In the detail control window of some AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery), touch
[Advanced] button, and the displayed fan control setting window, you can set the fan control. The composition and functions of the fan control menu are as follows.
Item
Description
FAN Control
Set the fan control standard
• [Fan] Button: Set the Fan to fan control standard.
• [Temp] Button: Set the Temperature to fan control standard.
• [Pressure] Button: Set the Pressure to fan control standard.
Fan
Set the fan speed
This function is activated only when FAN control is set to Fan.
• [LOW] Button: Slow fan speed.
• [MED] Button: Medium fan speed.
• [HIGH] Button: Fast fan speed.
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Humidity(%)
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Air-cooled scroll chiller, water-cooled scroll chiller
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Air-cooled and water-cooled is separated according to the refrigerant (cooling in air: air, liquidcooled: water). Functions and menus are the same, but there is a difference in the range and set
temperature, etc.
The following menu controls the configuration and function of the air-cooled scroll chiller, watercooled scroll chiller.
Item
Operation
GoTo
Mode
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
yy [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Mode Target
Temp (℃)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the mode set temperature.
yy Air-cooled scroll chiller
-- COOL: 5 ℃~15 ℃
-- HEAT: 35 ℃~55 ℃
yy water-cooled scroll chiller
-- COOL: 5 ℃~15 ℃
-- HEAT: 40 ℃~57 ℃
Demand limit
As measured at 1minute intervals the power consumption of the refrigerator,
the current power consumption does not exceed a target power consumption,
demand rate limit, function to lower the operation rate of the current.
Click(Touch) the [▲] / [▼] button to set a limit on the rate of demand.
yy air-cooled scroll chiller: 0~120 (10 units)
yy water-cooled scroll chiller: 0, 30~120 (10 units)
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device.
Controls details.
NOTES
yy Chiller is optional. It can be activated by installing additional CHILLER OPTION program.
yy Chiller displays Celsius only.
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• View Water-cooled scroll chiller Details
You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, scroll chillers.
②
③
④
Number
Item
Description
①
Status information
Status information, such as mode/temperature/operation.
②
Operation status
③
View each Tab
④
Detail information
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
View ALL/View Each are Displayed as a tab.
Cycle Details.
NOTES
Four-way valve is used for switching the cooling ↔ heating. Was not applied to the electric coil
during cooling, but the role that emit heat and by applying an electric when the heating. The
four-way valve, it exists only in the cold / heating combined model, in the case of a cooling only
model, the four-way valve information is not provided.
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• Water-cooled scroll chiller Fine Control
ENGLISH
You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail
control ▶] button on the control menu of the scroll chiller. Configuration and functions of the
Advanced menu is as follows.
Item
Operation
Mode
Demand limit
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
As measured at 1minute intervals the power consumption of the
refrigerator, the current power consumption does not exceed a target
power consumption, demand rate limit, function to lower the operation
rate of the current. Click(Touch) the [▲] / [▼] button to set a limit on the
rate of demand.
yy air-cooled scroll chiller: 0~120 (10 units)
yy water-cooled scroll chiller: 0, 30~120 (10 units)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting of the Mode set temperature.
yy Air-cooled scroll chiller
Mode Target
Temp
-- COOL: 5 ℃~15 ℃
-- HEAT: 35 ℃~55 ℃
yy water-cooled scroll chiller
-- COOL: 5 ℃~15 ℃
-- HEAT: 40 ℃~57 ℃
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Turbo chiller, Screw chiller
Item
Operation
GoTo
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
yy [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen.
(not activated)
Mode
yy Turbo chiller : Cool/Heat/Ice
yy Screw chiller : Cool/Ice
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting of the Mode set temperature.
yy Turbo chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 50 °C
Mode Target
Temp (℃)
-- Heat: 10 °C ~ 90 °C
-- Ice: -20 °C ~ 30 °C
yy Screw chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 50 °C
-- Ice: -20 °C ~ 30 °C
Motor current
limit
Since the constant current is greater than that of the motor flows, there can
affect (such as temperature bearing temperature, the motor windings R)
ambient temperature sensor, the motor current limit, setting the current limit
for the load to prevent function.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting the motor current limit within the range of 1 to
100%.
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device.
Controls details.
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The following menu controls the configuration and function of the Turbo chiller, Screw chiller.
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• View Turbo chiller, Screw chiller Details
ENGLISH
You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, Turbo chillers,
Screw chiller.
①
②
③
④
Number
Item
Description
①
Status information
Status information, such as mode/temperature/operation.
②
Operation status
③
View each Tab
④
Detail information
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
View ALL/View Each are Displayed as a tab.
evaporator/compressor/condenser Details.
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• Turbo chiller, Screw chiller Fine Control
Item
Operation
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
(not activated)
Mode
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Motor current
limit
Since the constant current is greater than that of the motor flows,
there can affect (such as temperature bearing temperature, the motor
windings R) ambient temperature sensor, the motor current limit,
setting the current limit for the load to prevent function.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting the motor current limit within the
range of 1 to 100%.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting of the Mode set temperature.
Mode Target
Temp (℃)
yy Turbo chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 50 °C
-- Heat: 10 °C ~ 90 °C
-- Ice: -20 °C ~ 30 °C
yy Screw chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 50 °C
-- Ice: -20 °C ~ 30 °C
ENGLISH
You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail
control ▶] button on the control menu of the Turbo chiller, Screw chiller . Configuration and
functions of the Advanced menu is as follows.
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ABS chiller
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The following menu controls the configuration and function of the ABS chiller.
Item
Operation
GoTo
Mode
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
yy [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen.
(not activated)
yy ABS chiller: Cool/Heat
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting of the Mode set temperature.
Mode Target
Temp (°C)
yy ABS chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 20 °C
-- Heat: 40 °C ~ 80 °C
Control Valve
Limit
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
Function to maintain the cycle by limiting the heat source inlet calories at
chiller operation. Heat input so that it will not be any more to set the maximum
value of the control valve (%).
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting the Control valve limit within the range of 0 to
100%.
Apply control menu setting to the device.
Controls details.
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• View ABS chiller Details
You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, ABS chillers.
②
③
④
Number
Item
Description
①
Status information
Status information, such as mode/temperature/operation.
②
Operation status
③
View each Tab
④
Detail information
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
View ALL/View Each are Displayed as a tab.
evaporator/compressor/condenser Details.
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• ABS chiller Fine Control
ENGLISH
You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail
control ▶] button on the control menu of the ABS chiller . Configuration and functions of the
Advanced menu is as follows.
Item
Operation
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
(not activated)
Mode
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Control Valve
Limit
Function to maintain the cycle by limiting the heat source inlet
calories at chiller operation. Heat input so that it will not be any more
to set the maximum value of the control valve (%).
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting the Control valve limit within the range
of 0 to 100%.
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to setting of the Mode set temperature.
Mode Target
Temp (℃)
yy ABS chiller
-- Cool: 3 °C ~ 20 °C
-- Heat: 40 °C ~ 80 °C
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DOKIT
Item
Operation
GoTo
[Apply] Button
ENGLISH
The following is the DOKIT control menu and features.
Description
yy [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Apply control menu setting to the device
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AWHP / Hydro Kit
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The following is the AWHP/Hydro Kit control menu and features.
Item
Description
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Hotwater
yy [ON] Button: Enables the hot water function.
yy [OFF] Button: Disables the hot water function.
GoTo
HotWater Temp.
[Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the water heater temperature.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Operation
• [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.
• [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Mode
• [AUTO] Button: E
valuates the operating environment conditions and
automatically sets the optimum temperature.
• [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
• [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Set Temperature
[Apply] Button
[Detail. ▶] Button
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the air/water temperature.
Apply control menu setting to the device
Control details.
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• AWHP and Hydrokit Fine Control
Item
Operation
Hotwater
Partial Lock
Description
(This function is not settable in some models.)
yy [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
yy [OFF] Button: Disables the hot water function.
yy [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features.
yy [Clear] Button: Disable the lock.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Mode
yy [AUTO] Button: Evaluates the operating environment conditions
and automatically sets the optimum temperature.
yy [COOL] Button: Operates with Cooling Mode.
yy [HEAT] Button: Operates with Heating Mode.
Set Temperature
Hot Water Temp.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the air/water temperature.
(This function is not settable in some models.)
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the water heater temperature.
ENGLISH
In AWHP control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window,
you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows.
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DO
ENGLISH
The following is the DO control menu and features.
Item
Operation
GoTo
[Apply] Button
Description
yy [SHORT] Button: Short signal output.
yy [OPEN] Button: Open signal output.
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Apply control menu setting to the device
AO
The following is the AO control menu and features.
Item
GoTo
Description
[Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.
Target Control
Value
Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the target control value.
[Apply] Button
Apply control menu setting to the device
NOTES
yy Only when the usage set during device registration is the same, you can select multiple AO for
simultaneous control.
yy Input devices such as DI, UI, etc. are not available to control.
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Registering Floor Plan
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.
4. Click(Touch) [Edit] button.
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In the Control/Monitor menu, you can register floor plans to identify and locate each device and
device group. On the floor plan, you can register space information as well as the location where a
device is installed.
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5. [Add Drawing] button.
• The Open Floor Plan window is displayed.
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6. Select a desired floor plan from the Open Floor Plan window, then click(touch) the [Confirm]
button. (Valid file formats are: *.GIF, *.JPG, *.PNG.)
• The floor plan image is displayed.
NOTES
You cannot open a floor plan if the file name is in other languages. Use English file names only.
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7. In the device list, select a device you want to display on the floor plan and click(touch) the device
location on the plan.
8. To complete the registration of the floor plan, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
NOTES
yy To add a floor plan, put image file in USB top level folder.
yy To add a floor plan, you can only use jpg, gif, or png file formats.
yy To add a floor plan, a 2MB or less image size is recommended.
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• To delete a device from the plan, double-click(touch) its icon.
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Checking Floor Plan
ENGLISH
In Control/Monitoring, you can check floor plans. On the floor plan, you can register space
information as well as the location where a device is installed.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.
• The registered floor plan is displayed.
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Editing the Floor Plan
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.
4. Click(Touch) [Edit] button.
5. To change floor plan, click(touch) [Change] button.
• The Open Floor Plan window is displayed.
6. Select a desired floor plan from the Open Floor Plan window, then click(touch) the [Confirm]
button.
• The floor plan image is displayed.
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You can edit a registered floor plan.
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7. To change the location of a device, click(touch) the icon of the device and then click(touch) the
location to which you want to move that device.
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NOTES
You can select and drag the device to display on the drawing from the device list to add or
change location of the device.
8. To complete floor plan editing, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
NOTES
yy To add a floor plan, put image file in USB top level folder.
yy To add a floor plan, you can only use jpg, gif, or png file formats.
yy To add a floor plan, a 2MB or less image size is recommended.
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Deleting the Floor Plan
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.
• The registered floor plan is displayed.
4. Click(Touch) [Edit] button.
5. To delete a floor plan, click(touch) the [Delete] button.
6. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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You can delete a registered floor plan.
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Monitoring a Device
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You can check the control state of registered devices.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon.
2. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.
• The monitoring screen for the device is displayed.
3. Click(Touch) a device you want to monitor.
4. Please check the device information in the monitoring screen.
• The information on the monitoring screen differs depending on the view type. For details
about the view types, refer to View Type.
5. To check the control status of the device, click(touch) the [Detail. ▶] button.
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Schedule
Schedule Screen composition and features
The following explains Schedule Screen composition and features.
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③
④
⑤
Number
Item
①
[Today] Button
②
Dates
③
View Type
④
[Total] Button
⑤
Calendar
⑥
Schedule List
⑥
⑦
Description
Display today's date, the current week, or the current month.
yy Displays the selected date.
yy Use [◀]/[▶] to move to the previous/next date.
yy [W] Button: Converts to Week View.
yy [M] Button: Converts to Month View.
View full schedule list.
yy Displays the schedules for the selected dates.
yy Today's date is marked in light blue.
Displays registered schedules by name.
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The Schedule feature allows you to program the behavior of the devices. If a device must adhere to a
certain schedule, you can program the device to operate only at scheduled times. Scheduled devices
do not activate unless programmed to do so and are managed centrally. This can significantly reduce
energy consumption. Schedules are event driven. This means that devices are controlled once at the
scheduled time.
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Number
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⑦
Item
[Add a Schedule]
Button
Description
Registers new schedules.
Creating Schedules
You can configure and add a schedule for a device.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) [Schedule] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) [Add a Schedule] Button.
• The Add Schedule window opens.
3. In the group list, click(touch) a device for which a schedule is applied.
• The selected device is displayed in the applied device area of the control command
configuration.
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4. Configure the schedule information that controls the device.
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Item
Schedule Name
Time
Period
Description
Click(Touch) the input box. Enter the name for the schedule.
Click(Touch) the time area and select the desired time.
Click(Touch) the period area and then the [+]/[-] button to select the desired
period.
Click(Touch) the Repetition Program area and select a desired program.
yy Select Day: Selected days the schedule will be performed.
Repeat Program
yy Once: Applies a schedule once on a selected date.
yy Everyday: Applies the same schedule Everyday.
yy Mon - Fri: Applies a schedule repeatedly from Monday to Friday.
yy Mon - Sat: Applies a schedule repeatedly from Monday to Saturday.
Select day
Click(Touch) a desired day to apply a schedule.
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5. Click(Touch) the device icon of the applied device.
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• The control configuration window for the device is displayed. The control configuration
window differs depending on the device.
6. Configure the device control status, then click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The control list configured in the Command Summary area is displayed.
7. To complete the schedule configuration, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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Checking Schedules
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon.
2. In the Date area, click(touch) the [◀]/[▶] button to select a schedule search period.
• The number of schedules are displayed for the selected date.
3. To check schedule details, click(touch) a schedule you want to check in the schedule list.
• Schedule details are displayed.
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You can check registered schedules.
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Editing Schedules
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You can modify the content of a registered schedule as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) a schedule you wish to modify from the schedule list.
• Schedule details are displayed.
3. Click(Touch) the [Edit] button.
• The schedule configuration screen is displayed.
4. Modify the schedule information and device control configuration, then click(touch) the [Confirm]
button.
• The changed data will be saved.
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Deleting Schedules
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) a schedule you wish to delete from the schedule list.
• Schedule details are displayed.
3. Click(Touch) the [Delete] button.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected schedule is deleted.
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You can delete a registered schedule as follows.
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Auto Logic
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Auto Logic allows the system to automatically control the power consumption of external devices.
You can also set the indoor temperature to automatically adjust to selected variables or activate
devices for certain periods of time.
NOTES
If you set a device control value in the auto logic status view, the device can operate based on
that value.
Peak Control
Peak control limits peak power consumption. You can set the target operating rate so that total
power consumption does not exceed the set limit. To prevent power consumption from exceeding the
limit, the system will switch automatically between cooling and fan modes. Also it will limit heating
operation by switching automatically between Heat and OFF modes.
NOTES
Depending on the installation site specifications, either the peak control or demand control
functions can be selected. Go to Environment > Advance Setting > Peak/Demand Set and
select a desired control type.
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Editing Groups
Adding Groups
You can create a group as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icons.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. Click(Touch) the [Add Group] button.
NOTES
By click(touch)ing [Apply default group], you can create a group automatically based on the
group and indoor unit configuration set in the Device Management menu.
4. When the window to input a group name is displayed, enter a group name and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
• The group is added to the group list.
5. In the group list, click(touch) the group added in Step 4.
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The auto logic designates the registered devices as a group and controls them by group. The
following explains how to create groups and how to edit the created groups.
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6. In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch)
the [Add] button.
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• The selected device is moved to the registered device area.
NOTES
Peak control is only limited to indoor devices, therefore you cannot register other devices such
as the ERV, AHU or AWHP.
7. To complete group creation, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
• When all devices in the non-registered device list are registered, [Apply] button is activated.
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Changing Group Name
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. In the group list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and click(touch) the
[Rename] button.
4. Enter a new group name and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The group name is now changed.
5. To complete group rename, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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You can change the name of a registered group as follows.
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Deleting Groups
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You can delete a registered group.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. In the group list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group] button.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected group is deleted and the tab removed.
NOTES
yy The group configured in Peak Control is also applied to Demand Control.
yy If you change the group configuration in the device management menu, the group configured
in Peak Control is initialized.
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Configuring Peak Control
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You can configure Peak Control as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon.
2. Select the control status in the control configuration area.
①
②
③
④
Number
Item
①
Group List
⑤
Description
Displays the device group list and group priority.
Configures Peak Control configuration and details.
②
Control
Configuration
Area
yy Operation Status
-- Can be configured in [Environment > Advance Setting].
-- Priority Control: Control based on group priority
-- Outdoor Unit Control: Controls based on outdoor unit
capacity limit.
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Number
Item
Description
ENGLISH
(Operation Status - Priority Control selected)
yy Operation
-- [Run] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy ShiftTime(5~15min): Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the time in
minutes to force the operation to switch over.
②
Control
Configuration
Area
yy Target ratio(%): Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] or drag
set the target rate.
button to
yy Current Running(%): Displays the current rate.
(Operation Status - Outdoor unit capacity control selected)
yy Operation
-- [Run] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy Target ratio(%): Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] or drag
set the target rate.
③
[Edit Group]
Button
④
[Cancel] Button
Cancels control configuration.
⑤
[Apply] Button
Applies control configuration.
Edit a control group.
3. To complete configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
button to
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Configuring Priority
desired priority.
NOTES
Basically, a newly added group has the highest priority. If a group is added, re-configure the
priority for all groups.
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1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon.
2. In the group list, click(touch) the priority icon ( ) of the group in question and then select a
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Checking Peak Control Status
ENGLISH
You can check the Peak Control configuration status as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon.
2. Check how Peak Control is configured.
Item
Description
Configure Peak Controls.
yy Operation Status
-- Can be configured in [Environment > Advance Setting].
-- Priority: Controls based on group priority
-- Outdoor unit capacity control: Controls based on outdoor unit capacity
limit.
(Operation Status - Priority Control selected)
Control
Configuration
Area
yy Operation
-- [Run] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy ShiftTime(5~15min): The cycle by which the operation switches over.
yy Target ratio(%): Displays the target operation rate.
yy Current Running(%): Displays the current rate.
(Operation Status - Outdoor unit capacity control selected)
yy Operation
-- [Run] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy Target ratio(%): Displays the target operation rate.
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Demand Control
NOTES
yy For demand, depending on the installation site specifications, either the peak control or
demand control functions can be selected. Go To Environment > Advance Setting > Peak/
Demand Settings and select a desired control type.
yy For outdoor capacity control, depending on the installation site specifications, either the peak
control or demand control functions can be selected.
yy In the Demand Control menu, you can only check the Demand Control status. You cannot
configure the operation, operation switchover cycle, desired rate, current rate, etc.
NOTES
yy ACS IV Controller can be used with the LG demand controllers (PCP-D11A2J), but not with the
demand controllers from other manufacturers.
yy LG demand controller is not available in the US Market at this time.
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After observing changes in power consumption, this feature can prevent power consumption from
exceeding a set limit. If you set the demand control and the program predicts that power consumption
will exceed that limit, it will begin deactivating less important devices to save energy.
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Checking Demand Control Status
ENGLISH
You can check the Peak Control configuration status as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Demand Control] menu icon.
2. Check how Demand Control is configured.
①
Number
Item
①
Comm. Status
with Demand
Controller
②
Description
Displays the communication status between demand controller
and ACS IV Controller.
Checks the demand configuration details.
②
Control
Configuration
Area
yy Operation Status
-- Can be configured in [Environment > Advance Setting].
-- Priority Control: Control based on group priority
-- Outdoor Unit Control: Controls based on outdoor unit
capacity limit.
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Number
Item
Description
yy Operation
-- [Operate] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
Control
Configuration
Area
yy ShiftTime(5~15min): The cycle by which the operation
switches over.
yy Target ratio(%): Displays the target operation rate.
yy Current Running(%): Displays the current rate.
(Operation Status - Outdoor unit capacity control selected)
yy Operation
-- [Run] Button: Operates the device.
-- [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device.
yy Target ratio(%): Displays the target operation rate.
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(Operation Status - Priority Control selected)
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Time-limit Operation
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The time-limit operation is to limit the amount of time the devices (indoor unit, ERV, DOKIT, AWHP,
and some AHU) are running individually. By setting the device operation time in advance, you can
control for how long a device works and have it stop automatically.
Editing Groups
The auto logic designates the registered devices as a group and controls them by group. The
following explains how to create groups and how to edit the created groups.
Adding Groups
You can create a group as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. Click(Touch) the [Add Group] button.
NOTES
By click(touch)ing [Apply default group], you can create a group automatically based on the
group and indoor unit configuration set in the Device Management menu.
4. When the window to input a group name is displayed, enter a group name and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
• The group is added to the group list.
5. In the group list, click(touch) the group added in Step 4.
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6. In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch)
[Add] button.
NOTES
For the time-limit operation, you cannot register chiller, AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat
Recovery, DOAS), DI/DO, Expansion I/O.
7. To complete group creation, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
ENGLISH
• The selected device is moved to the registered device area.
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Changing Group Name
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You can change the name of a registered group as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. In the group list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and click(touch) the
[Rename] button.
4. Enter a new group name and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The group name is now changed.
5. To complete group rename, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Deleting Groups
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button.
• The screen converts to Edit Group.
3. In the group list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group] button.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected group is deleted and the tab removed.
5. To complete group delete, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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You can delete a registered group.
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Configuring Time-Limit Operation
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1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon.
2. In the group configuration status area, click(touch) a group to be controlled.
• The device list, status information, and condition details of the group are displayed.
3. Select the control status in the conditions configuration area.
Item
Description
Choosing whether to run Time-Limit Operation
Oper
yy [Run] Button: Run the time-limit operation.
yy [Stop] Button: Stops the time-limit operation.
yy Select the operation time limit of an operation group.
Hours to Off(h)
Days
yy The devices included in the group operate for the selected time
then stop automatically.
Select which day(s) of the week to run the time-limit operation.
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4. To run the time-limit operation on the group, in the group configuration operation status area,
click(touch) the [disable] button.
5. To complete the configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
NOTES
If you change the operation stop standby time, it takes about 15 seconds to apply it.
ENGLISH
• The button changes to [enable].
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InterLocking
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Associated device control is a function which interlocks more than one device and then controls
output movements when the input conditions are met.
In order to operate associated device control, you shall arrange the devices to be interlocked in a
single pattern and then apply the control setting. It is described here how to create and manage a
pattern and then proceed with associated device control.
Managing Program
The following explains how to register integrated devices as a program and how to modify or delete a
registered program.
Adding Program
You can add a program as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > InterLocking] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Add] button.
• A window to create a program is displayed.
3. Type a new program name in the program name input window.
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4. Select the program type.
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Item
Event Log Only
Group Clone
Description
Normal device interface program
Program to copy input setting and apply to output
Alarm ACK
Required
Device control program for emergency situation
1:1 Program
Program to set output device same to input device.
Permit User
Control
Set up the priority of device linkage control. When checked, under the
status which meets the input device condition, controlling the output device
is made just once, and after that, when the user takes the control, user
control has the priority. When not checked, device linkage control always
has the priority.
NOTES
yy For device interface control, chiller and some AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery)
cannot be registered.
yy When it is set to emergency program, if the corresponding conditions are met, it is recognized
as emergency situation, and other control signals are blocked. For details on emergency
situation occurrences, refer to Emergency situation occurrence and reset.
yy You can set only 1 emergency program.
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5. To register non-registered device, click(touch) the [Add Unit] button in the Input device area.
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6. In the input device window, click(touch) a device to be registered and click(touch) the [Add]
button.
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7. In the input device list, click(touch) the device you want to trigger control.
8. Select a control status in the control configuration area.
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NOTES
yy You can use arithmetic operators(<, ≥, >, =, ≤) to set standard values of the control category.
yy The default value of the arithmetic operator is “<”.
yy Be sure to not set the Value of input device outside the device normal operating range.
9. To register non-registered device, click(touch) the [Add Unit] button in the output device area.
10.To send the output device to register through e-mail, touch the check box of the e-mail
transmission category.
• The output device to register is sent through the set e-mail.
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ENGLISH
11. In the output device window, click(touch) a device to be registered and click(touch) the [Add]
button.
12.In the output device list, click(touch) the device you want to control.
13.Select a control status in the control configuration area. 16. To complete the adding of a program,
click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Editing Program
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > InterLocking] menu icon.
2. Select a program and click(touch) the [Edit] button.
• The program editing screen opens.
3. Modify the program configuration information and click(touch) the [Apply] button.
ENGLISH
You can edit a program as follows.
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Deleting Program
ENGLISH
You can delete a program as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > InterLocking] menu icon.
2. Select a program to be deleted and click(touch) the [Delete] button.
3. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected program is deleted.
NOTES
yy Be aware that there is no "undo" button for this controller.
Deleting a program is final. To restore a deleted program it would be necessary to reenter all
of the information again. (reprogram)
yy Erratic behavior will occur when an object or device is deleted from the system without first
removing the objet or device from all programs. This can occur, for example, when an auto
search is performed after any programming has been added.
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Checking InterLocking
• The device integration status for the program is displayed.
ENGLISH
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > InterLocking] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) a program for which you want check the device integration.
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Energy Report
ENGLISH
The following explains how to use statistics and graphs to check the power consumption, gas
consumed by LG GHP and operation time of a device.
NOTES
yy [Power] and [Gas] buttons can be activated by setting each item as "use" in [Environment >
General Setting > Power Consumption Display, Gas Consumption Display] menu.
Caution
Administrator should register e-mail account and input recipient’s address by referring to the
[E-mail Settings] if the PDI is installed. ACS IV Controller send email to registered address if
communication error occur at all devices. Administrator has to take care of the communication
error, because power consumption is not distributed properly. The sending email is working even
if [Environment > E-mail Settings > E-mail settings] is disabled.
Statistics Screen Composition and Features
The following explains the statistics screen composition and features.
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⑦
②
③
⑧
④
⑤
⑨
⑥
⑩
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Item
①
Device List
Description
Displays the device group list or individual indoor unit list.
yy [Power] Button: You can check the power consumption of
each group and total power consumption.
②
Statistics Items
yy [Gas] Button: You can check the gas consumption of each
group and total gas consumption.
yy [RunTime] Button: You can check the operating time and the
total operating time of indoor units in each group.
③
Daily Query
Period Selection
Area
④
Monthly Query
Period Selection
Area
yy Selects the period for which you want to query statistics
details for daily.
yy The start date should be no more than 31days before the end
date.
yy You can set detail period only when the inquiry unit is [Daily].
⑤
Query Unit
yy Selects the period for which you want to query statistics
details for monthly.
yy [Monthly] Button: Queries on monthly consumption within the
last four months.
yy [Daily] Button: Queries on daily consumption within the query
period.
Switching of the energy report data viewing method
⑥
[View Each]/
[View All] Button
yy View Each: View the selected energy report data in graph
format.
yy View All: View the total energy report data in the table
format.
⑦
[Initial Date]
Button
Set energy report base date for each of power/gas/operation
hours
⑧
Displays
Energy Report
Information
yy Energy report data of each period: Display power
consumption, gas consumption for each unit or operation
hours energy report value and graph
⑨
[Email] Button
In [Environment > E-Mail Setting] menu, you need to set the
e-mail usage to ON to use this function.
The queried statistics data will be sent to the Email address
registered in the Preference menu.
yy ACP IV: Save the statistics data to a PC.
⑩
[Save to PC] or
[Save to USB]
button
yy AC Smart IV / AC Smart BACnet(Web): Save the statistics
data to a PC.
yy AC Smart IV / AC Smart BACnet(Controller): Save the
statistics data to a USB memory stick.
yy ACP BACnet : Save the statistics data to a PC.
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Number
93
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Querying Energy Report
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You can query the power or gas consumption of a device or operation time statistics data as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Energy Report] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the device group you want from the group list.
3. Click(Touch) the button of the energy report item you want.
• [Power] Button: You can check the power consumption of each group and total power
consumption.
• [Gas] Button: You can check the gas consumption of each group and total gas consumption.
• [RunTime] Button: You can check the operating time and the total operating time of indoor
units in each group.
4. In the query period selection area, click(touch) the date button and [+]/[-] button to select the
desired period.
• The start date should be no more than 31days for daily before the end date. The query period
for monthly is automatically fixed to the last four months.
5. Check the energy report details in the energy report information display area.
• To change the energy report information view type, click(touch) the [View Each] or [View All]
button.
6. To send the energy report data by email, click(touch) the [Email] button. To save it to a PC or a
USB memory stick, click(touch) the [Save to PC] or [Save to USB] button.
NOTES
The energy report data is stored up to 6 months.
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NOTES
yy Devices which are displayed in the Power consumption: devices which can be used with the
PDI (For further information about the devices that are compatible with the PDI, please refer to
the PDI manual.)
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yy Devices which are displayed in the Run Time: Indoor units
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Event Log
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The following explains how to query the device control information or error information.
Event log screen composition and features
The following explains the event log screen composition and features.
①
②
④
Number
⑤
Item
③
⑥
Description
Selects report query items.
①
Report Items
yy [Total] Button: Queries all reports regarding control and
error.
yy [Control] Button: Queries control related reports only.
yy [Error] Button: Queries error related reports only.
②
Query Period
Selection Area
③
Report detail display
area
④
[Delete Report]
Button
yy Selects the period for which you want to query report
details.
yy The starting date should be no more than three months
from the ending date.
Displays the reports related to control and error.
Deletes the selected report.
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[Send Email] Button
Description
In [Environment > E-Mail Setting] menu, you need to set
the e-mail usage to ON to use this function.
The queried reports will be sent to the Email address
registered in the Environment menu.
yy ACP IV: Save the reports to a PC.
⑥
[Save to PC] or
[Save to USB] Button
yy AC Smart IV / AC Smart BACnet(Web): Save the
reports to a PC.
yy AC Smart IV / AC Smart BACnet(Controller): Save the
reports to a USB memory stick.
yy ACP BACnet: Save the reports data to a PC.
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⑤
Item
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Querying Event
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You can query the device control event or error event as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Event Log ] menu icon.
2. In the event item, click(touch) an item for which you want to query a event.
• [Total] Button: Queries all events regarding control and error.
• [Control] Button: Queries control related events only.
• [Error] Button: Queries error related events only.
3. In the query period selection area, click(touch) the date button and [+]/[-] button to select the
desired period.
• The starting date should be no more than three months from the ending date.
4. Check the event details in the event detailed information column.
5. To send the event detail by email, click(touch) the [Send Email] button. To save it to a PC or a
USB memory stick, click(touch) the [Save to PC] or [Save to USB] button.
Caution
You can query up to 200 events and email/save to PC, USB memory up to 300 events. Up to
5000 events are stored total.
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Installing
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You can add a device or change the settings of a registered device.
Device setting screen composition and function
①
②
Number
Item
Description
①
Device setting tab
Displayed as group management/device management/view cycle
tab
②
Detail setting
Displays the details of the device setting
(Screen composition is different according to the device setting
tab type.)
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Registering Device
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After installing ACS IV Controller, log into ACS IV Controller to register the devices to be connected,
using one of the following two methods.
• Registering Device Automatically
• Registering Device Manually
NOTES
To register a device on ACS IV Controller, you must login with administrator permissions.
Registering Device Automatically
Devices connected to ACS IV Controller are automatically searched for and registered. You can
register a device automatically as follows.
1.
In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab.
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3. Click(Touch) the [Auto Search] button.
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NOTES
yy Auto search requires up to 10 minutes. Before touching [Auto search] button, please
deactivate screen protector function. If screen protector is in operation, the screen automatically
switches to home screen and auto search operation is cancelled. For the setting on whether to
use screen protector, refer to Setting a Screen saver. (AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet Only)
yy Chiller, some AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS) and Exp.I/O does not
support auto search function. This device must be installed manually. yy Exp.I/O is activated when 'Enable' is checked in the device edit window after registering the
device.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the setting, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• It takes 5 to 10 minutes to register devices automatically.
5. To save the searched devices, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
• Device registration is completed. Local DIs and DOs are always added to the Unit Status area
as they are part of the ACS IV Controller hardware.
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Registering Device Manually
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Devices connected to ACS IV Controller can be registered by the user by entering relevant
information. You can register a device manually as follows.
1.
In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab.
3. Type the device information and click(touch) the [Installing] button.
• A window to add unit is displayed.
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4. In the Add Unit window, select a device type to add.
5. Enter the device name to add and click(touch) the [Insert] button.
• According to the selected device, the setting category is displayed differently according to the
corresponding device. For setting information of each device, refer to Setting information of
each device.
6. To save the device, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
• Device registration is completed.
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• You can add outdoor unit, indoor unit, ventilation, direct type ventilation, AHU, AWHP, Chiller,
DOKIT, DO, DI, and Exp.I/O.
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Changing Device
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You can change the settings of registered devices.
1.
In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab.
3. In the device list, select the device to change, and touch [Edit Unit] button.
• Edit device window is displayed.
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4. Input the setting information of the device to change, and touch [Confirm] button.
NOTES
If you select several devices of the same type and click(touch) the [Edit Unit] button, you can
change some setting information at once.
5. To save a change, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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• According to the selected device, the setting category is displayed differently according to the
corresponding device. For setting information of each device, refer to Setting information of
each device.
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Deleting Device
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Follow these steps to delete a device from the list.
1.
In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab.
3. In the device list, click(touch) a device to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Unit] button.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected device is deleted from the list.
5. To save a change, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Setting information of each device
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The setting information of each device is as follows.
ODU, ERV, ERV DX
Item
Description
Select a device type.
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
(00-FF)
Model
(20 Characters)
yy ODU(Outdoor unit), ERV(Energy Recovery Ventilator),
ERV DX(Direct Expansion Energy Recovery Ventilator)
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You can
use only 1 device per address.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the maximum capacity in thousand BTUs for devices.
Capacity
yy Up to 5 characters.
yy The capacity of the actual device cannot exceed the input value.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
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IDU
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Item
Description
Select a device type.
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
yy Cassette(4Way), Cassette(2Way), Cassette(1Way), Duct, Floor Mounted,
Wall Mounted, FCU
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
Address
(00-FF)
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
yy You cannot enter a duplicate value for indoor devices and DOKIT.
Outdoor unit
address
Model
(20 Characters)
Input physical address of the connected outdoor unit.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the maximum capacity in thousand BTUs for devices.
Capacity
yy Up to 5 characters.
yy The capacity of the actual device cannot exceed the input value.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
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AHU
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
(00-FF)
Model
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a device type.
yy AHU
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the maximum capacity in thousand BTUs for devices.
Capacity
yy Up to 5 characters.
yy The capacity of the actual device cannot exceed the input value.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
Room Temp
Select indoor temperature setting base(Supply Air/Vent).
Select a AHU type.
Type
yy Normal, Fresh Air, Heat Recovery, Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat
Recovery, DOAS.
NOTES
of the products linked to the MODBUS communication system recommend a number
yy Address
between 01~F7.
yy DOAS fixes the room temperature setup standard as "Supply Air".
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Chiller
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a device type.
yy Water-cooled scroll/Air-cooled scroll/Turbo/Screw/ABS chiller
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
Address
Model
(20 Characters)
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the maximum capacity in thousand BTUs for devices.
Capacity
yy Up to 5 characters.
yy The capacity of the actual device cannot exceed the input value.
It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased. (During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the
information notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
NOTES
yy Chiller is optional. It can be activated by installing additional CHILLER OPTION program.
yy Address of the products linked to the MODBUS communication system recommend a number
between 01~F7.
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AWHP
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
(00-FF)
Model
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a device type.
yy AWHP
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the maximum capacity in thousand BTUs for devices.
Capacity
yy Up to 5 characters.
yy The capacity of the actual device cannot exceed the input value.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
Current Temp 1
Current Temp 2
Product type
Select current temperature standard 1.
• Hotwater, Pipe out, Pipe in, Air, None
Select current temperature standard 2.
• Hotwater, Pipe out, Pipe in, Air, None
Select Product type
• Hotwater control, Pipe in/out control, Both
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DOKIT
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a device type.
yy DOKIT
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
Address
(00-FF)
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
yy You cannot enter a duplicate value for indoor devices and DOKIT.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
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DO, DI
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
(00-FF)
Model
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a device type.
yy DO, DI
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You
cannot type the same value for similar devices.
Type the device model.
yy Up to 20 characters.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices
are added at once, and the device name and address are automatically
increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information
notice message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
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Exp.I/O
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Item
Device Type
Unit Name
(20
Characters)
Address
(00-FF)
Description
Select a device type.
yy ACS I/O, AO I/O, UI I/O, DO I/O, DI I/O
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Type the central control address of the device.
yy A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You cannot
type the same value for similar devices.
yy It is used when you need to add several devices of the same type.
Add at once
yy Select check box, input the desired number of devices, and the devices are
added at once, and the device name and address are automatically increased.
(During the Add all, if duplicate address value occurs, the information notice
message for the duplicate address is displayed.)
NOTES
yy The detail ports of Exp.I/O can be modified during device edit. For detail setting of Exp.I/O,
refer to Exp.I/O Detail Setting.
yy After registering or changing Exp.I/O device, the AC S IV Controller must be rebooted.
yy Be sure to perform a database backup prior to Auto addressing. Auto addressing does not find
any I/O Modules or points created from previous installation.
NOTES
Address of the products linked to the MODBUS communication system recommend a number
between 01~F7.
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■■ Exp.I/O Detail Setting
• UI
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Item
Icon Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
Description
Select an icon type
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be
changed.
Select device usage
Use
yy Status information: run/stop, short/open, alarm/normal, close/open,
tun on/off, occupancy/vacancy
yy Number information: temperature, humidity, open, level, operation
ratio, concentration, pressure
Unit Symbol*
I/O Type
Min.*
Max.*
Range*
Correction*
Select unit symbol
yy It is automatically selected according to the usage selection.
Select I/O type (Binary or VOL, CUR, PT1000, NTC10K, NI1000)
Input minimum value
yy You can input up to 5 digits
Input maximum value
yy You can input up to 5 digits
Select range if voltage on current input is required.
Input correction value
yy You can input up to 5 digits
Enable
During Exp.I/O registration, 14 Points are available for registration, the
enable check box must be selected to enable use.
Trend
Save the value in the history at every designated interval (15 minutes).
*O
nly when I/O type is VOL, CUR, PT1000, NTC10K, or NI1000, the corresponding button is
displayed.
NOTES
Because of the limit number of the logs, please don’t set more than two ports for Trend.
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• AO
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Item
Icon Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Address
Description
Select a icon type
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be
changed.
Select device usage
Use
Unit Symbol*
I/O Type
Min.*
Max.*
Range*
Correction*
Enable
yy Number information: temperature, humidity, open, level, operation
ratio, concentration, pressure
Select unit symbol
yy It is automatically selected according to the usage selection.
Dedicated VOL
Input minimum value
yy You can input up to 5 digits
Input maximum value
yy You can input up to 5 digits (Maximum two step AO output)
Select signal output required 0-10 or 2-10 VDC.
Input correction value
yy You can input up to 5 digits
During Exp.I/O registration, 14 Points are available for registration, the
enable check box must be selected to enable use.
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• DO
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Item
Icon Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a icon type
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Address
It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be
changed.
Use
Select device usage
yy Status information: run/stop, short/open, alarm/normal, close/open,
tun on/off, occupancy/vacancy
I/O Type
Enable
Dedicated Binary Output
During Exp.I/O registration, 14 Points are available for registration, the
enable check box must be selected to enable use.
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• DI
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Item
Icon Type
Unit Name
(20 Characters)
Description
Select a icon type
Enter the device name.
yy Up to 20 characters.
Address
It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be
changed.
Use
Select device usage
yy Status information: run/stop, short/open, alarm/normal, close/open,
tun on/off, occupancy/vacancy
I/O Type
Dedicated Binary Input
Enable
During Exp.I/O registration, 14 Points are available for registration, the
enable check box must be selected to enable use.
Trend
Store the value in the Event Log every 15 minutes.
NOTES
Because of the limit number of the logs, please don’t set more than two ports for Trend.
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Managing Device
Adding Groups
Follow these steps to add a new group.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab.
3. Click(Touch) the [Add Group] button.
4. When the window to type a group name is displayed, enter a group name and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
• The group is added to the group list.
5. In Grouping, click(touch) the group added in Step 4.
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The following explains how to manage the information for a device added to the system.
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6. In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch)
the [Add] button.
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• The selected device is moved to the registered device area.
7. To complete group creation, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
• When all non-registered devices are registered, the [Apply] button is enabled.
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Changing Group Name
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab.
3. In the device management list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and
click(touch) the [Rename] button.
4. Enter a new group name and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The group name is changed.
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You can change the name of a registered group as follows.
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Deleting Groups
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You can delete a registered group.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab.
3. In the device management list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group]
button.
4. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• The selected group is deleted and the tab removed.
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Cycle Monitoring
Outdoor unit cycle information
You can view outdoor unit cycle information.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. (if available)
2. Click(touch) [Cycle Monitoring] tab.
3. In device list, click(touch) the device to view.
4. Click(touch) outdoor unit cycle information.
• Master/slave outdoor unit information is displayed.
NOTES
Some categories of the corresponding menu may not be displayed or menu name may be
different according to the function of the product.
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It is the description on how to view indoor/outdoor unit cycle information.
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Indoor unit cycle information
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You can view indoor unit cycle information.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon.
2. Click(touch) [View cycle] tab.
3. In device list, click(touch) the device to view.
4. On the top right of the ACS IV Controller screen, click(touch) the [▲] button.
• Information on all indoor units connected to the outdoor unit is displayed.
NOTES
Some categories of the corresponding menu may not be displayed or menu name may be
different according to the function of the product.
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Environment
<ACP IV>
<ACP BACnet>
<AC Smart IV>
<AC Smart BACnet>
AC Smart IV
AC Smart
BACnet
Item
ACP IV
ACP BACnet
General Setting
O
O
O
O
Screen Setting
X
X
O
O
Advance Setting
O
O
O
O
Customer Setting
O
O
O
O
Network Setting
O
O
O
O
E-Mail Setting
O
O
O
O
TMS Setting
O
O
O
O
Channel Setting
O
O
O
O
BACnet Setting
X
O
X
O
NOTES
After change the environment setup, it is recommended to use after deleting the cache in the
explorer.
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The following explains how to configure the system environment for user convenience and how to
check an already configured environment.
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General Setting
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The following explains how to configure the general system environments.
Item
Description
Configures the language displayed on the screen
Language
Time setting
Date setting
Temperature display
Initial date for statistics
Rates set
Power Consumption
Display
Gas Consumption
Display
Holiday setting
(The day schedule is not
work)
Daylight Saving Time
Site Name Setup
Version Information
(한국어(Korean)/ English/ Italiano/ Español/ Português/ pусский
язык/ Français/ Deutsch Sprache/ Türkçe/ Język Polski/ 中文)
Configures system time.
Configures system date.
Configures the temperature unit.
Configures the reference date for querying statistical data.
Configures the charge per 1kWh, per 1kL and currency used.
Set up the display of the power consumption usage in the energy
report.
Set up the display of the gas consumption in the energy report.
Selects the days for which schedules are not be applied.
Set up the Daylight saving time.
Set up the site name to be displayed on the home screen.
Displays the current software version.
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Language
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Language.
4. Click(Touch) a language you want.
• The selected language is applied as the system language.
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Configures the language displayed on the screen.
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Time setting
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You can configure the time used for the system as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Time setting.
4. Click(Touch) how you want the time to be displayed.
• AM/PM : Display time in 12 hours format with AM/PM
• 00:00~23:59 : Display time in 24 hours format
5. Apply the current time and click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Date setting
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Date setting.
4. Modify the program configuration information and click(touch) the [Apply] button.
• Use [+]/[-] button to select a date.
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You can configure the date used for the system as follows.
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Temperature display
ENGLISH
You can select a temperature system as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Temperature display.
4. Click(Touch) the temperature system you want.
• When selecting the Celsius system, in the Minimum Celsius(°C) Temperature window,
click(touch) the minimum temperature.
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Initial date for statistics
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Initial date for statistics.
4. Touch [+]/[-] button to separately set the desired power base date/gas base date/operation hours
base date, and click(touch) [Apply] button.
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Statistics Reference Date is the date for calculating the indoor unit's operation time by month.
The operation time from this date through the previous date to the same date of the next month is
calculated and provided as statistical data. You can configure Statistics Reference Date as follows.
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Power Consumption Display
ENGLISH
Set up whether power consumption is displayed in the energy report.
Setting up the power consumption display
The method to display power consumption in the energy report is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. Click(touch) the Power Consumption Display in the detailed setting list.
4. When Enable is selected, the check box becomes red, and power consumption can be referred
in the energy report menu (when linked to PDI).
5. When Disable is selected, the check box becomes gray, and power consumption cannot be
referred in the energy report menu.
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Gas Consumption Display
Setting up the gas consumption display
The method to display gas consumption in the energy report is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. Click(touch) the Gas Consumption Display in the detailed setting list.
4. When Enable is selected, the check box becomes red, and gas consumption can be referred in
the energy report menu (when linked to PDI).
5. When Disable is selected, the check box becomes gray, and gas consumption cannot be
referred in the energy report menu.
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Set up whether gas consumption is displayed in the energy report.
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Rates Set
ENGLISH
You can configure the charge per kWh and the currency as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Rates set.
4. Configure the charge/kWh configuration information and click(touch) [Apply] button.
• rates per(1kWh): Charge per 1kWh.
• rate per(1kL): Charge per 1kL.
• Currency: Click(Touch) [▼] button to select the desired currency.
NOTES
1 kL is equal to 1m3.
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Holiday setting(Supercedes day schedule)
Adding Exception Date
You can add a desired exception date as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Holiday setting(Days in which the regular schedule is
ignored).
• The Exception Date Configuration window opens.
4. Type a name for the exception date in the exception date input box.
5. [+]/[-] button to select an exception date.
6. To add the selected exception date, click(touch) the [Add] button.
• The exception date is registered on the exception date list.
7. To complete Exception Date Configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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The following explains how to register an exception date or how to delete a registered date.
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Deleting Exception Date
ENGLISH
You can delete a registered exception date as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment]menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Holiday setting(Days in which the schedule is
ignored).
4. The Exception Date Configuration window opens.
5. Click(Touch) an exception date in the exception date list, and click(touch) the [Delete] button.
6. To complete Exception Date Configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Daylight Saving Time
Setting up the Daylight Saving Time
The method to set up the daylight saving time is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Daylight Saving Time.
4. When the window appears, click(touch) the Daylight Saving Time.
• Enable, the check box turns red and Daylight saving time start, end is activated.
5. Apply the Daylight saving time start Month, Day, Hour you want.
6. Apply the Daylight saving time end Month, Day, Hour you want.
7. Click(touch) the [Confirm] button to complete the Daylight saving time
NOTES
Daylight Saving Time can affect Schedule, Energy Report(Power/Gas/RunTime), Energy
Management and Event Log.
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You can set the daylight saving time used for the system as follows.
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Site Name Setup
ENGLISH
Setting up the site name to be displayed on the home screen.
Setting up the site name
The method to set up the site name is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. Click(touch) the Site Name Setup in the detailed setting list.
4. Input the site name to be set up in the site name input field.
5. Click(touch) the [Confirm] button to complete the site name setup.
Version Information
You can check the current version of the software as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Version Information.
• The current version of the system is displayed in a popup window.
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Screen Setting (AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet Only)
Item
Setting a Screen saver
Screen saver
Waiting time(min)
Speaker setting
Monitor power settings
Turn off the monitor
waiting time(min)
Calibrating the Screen
Description
Determines whether to use a screen saver
Configures information to be displayed on the screen saver
(operation status)
Select the standby time that the screen saver waits before operation.
Determines whether to use a speaker
Determines whether to use monitor power-off function
Selects the standby time that the monitor waits before turn-off
Screen calibration for accurate click(touch)
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The following explains how to configure the use environment regarding the product screen.
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Setting a Screen saver
ENGLISH
You can configure the screen saver as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Setting a Screen saver.
• Enable, the check box turns red and the Screen Saver and Waiting time(min) are enabled.
Screen saver
You can set screen saver type as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Screen saver.
4. When screen protector setting window is displayed, click(touch) the desired screen saver.
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Waiting time(min)
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) the Waiting time(min).
4. In the Standby Time Configuration window, click(touch) the standby time.
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You can configure the standby time that the screen saver waits before operation.
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Speaker setting
ENGLISH
You can configure the speaker setting as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the setting list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Speaker setting.
• Enable, the check box turns red and the Speaker is enabled.
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Monitor power settings
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Monitor power settings.
• Enable, the check box turns red and Turn off the monitor waiting time(min) is enabled.
Turn off the monitor waiting time (min)
You can configure the monitor to turn off automatically, if the click(touch) screen is not used for a
certain period of time, as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Turn off the monitor waiting time(min).
4. Click(Touch) the standby time you desire.
ENGLISH
You can configure the monitor to turn off automatically, if the click(touch) screen is not used for a
certain period of time. You can configure this function as follows.
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Calibrating the Screen
ENGLISH
You can calibrate the screen for accurate click(touch) response as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Calibrating the Screen.
4. To start the screen calibration, click(touch) the [Start screen calibration] button.
5. When the crosses appear on the screen, click(touch) the center of each to calibrate.
Caution
If you touch too far from the center of the cross mark, you need to carry it out again after 15
seconds.
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Advance Setting
Item
Description
LGAP setting
(AC Smart IV Only)
yy Slave: It shares the communication line with other ACS IV Controller
products.(If multiple ACS IV Controllers are used, one must be
selected as Master and the others as Slave. In slave mode, some
functions of Auto Search in the Installing menu are not available.)
yy Master: ACS IV Controller is used independently.
Set Comm.type
(LGAP II Models
Only)
Set connected
device
Peak/Demand set
yy LGAP I: Set the LGAP I to communication type.
yy LGAP II: Set the LGAP II to communication type.
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
Cycle monitor: Set whether to enable Cycle monitor
Cycle control: Set whether to enable Cycle control
PDI power: Set whether to request power usage to PDI
PDI gas: Set whether to request gas usage to PDI
Slave controller: Set whether Slave Controller can control or not
Slave controller lock: Set whether Slave Controller can control hard
locked IDU or not (Enable : Slave Controller can not control hard
locked IDU.)
yy Peak Control: You can use the peak control feature in the auto logic
menu.
yy Demand Control: You can use the demand control feature in the auto
logic menu.
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The following explains how to configure the functions necessary for device operation.
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Item
ENGLISH
Set the operation
mode
Temperature
difference
for Setback/
AutoChangeOver
Update S/W
DB backup
Recovery DB
Description
yy Priority Control: In Peak/Demand Control menu, control the
devices based on the priority of the group.
yy Outdoor Unit Capacity Control: In the Peak/Demand Control
menu, control the outdoor capacity rate per unit.
[+]/[-] button to select the temperature gap.
yy Software upgrade using a USB memory stick.
yy Complete upgrade and restart the system.
Backup the DB onto a USB memory stick.
Use the DB stored on the USB memory stick to restore the system.
Auto Mode Option
Select a desired auto mode type.
Outdoor Unit OilReturn Operation
Determines whether to use outdoor unit oil-return operation.
System Restart
COOL/HEAT Lower
Limit Temperature
Setting
Remote system restart.
Set lower limit temperature when IDU, ERV DX is COOL or HEAT mode
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LGAP setting (AC Smart IV Only)
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) LGAP setting.
4. Click(Touch) a type you want.
• Master: ACS IV Controller is used independently.
• Slave: It shares the communication line with other ACS IV Controller products.
NOTES
If multiple ACS IV Controllers are used, one must be selected as Master and the others as Slave.
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ACS IV Controller can interface with another ACS IV Controller to control a device. You can
configure the interface type with other devices as follows.
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Set Comm.type (LGAP II Models Only)
ENGLISH
You can select the communication type as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Set Comm.type.
4. Click(Touch) a communication type you want.
Set connected device
ACS IV Controller can interface with ODU, PDI and other central controllers to control devices. You
can configure the interface device as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Set connected device.
4. Click(Touch) connected devices you want.
• Cycle monitor: Set whether to enable Cycle monitor
• Cycle control: Set whether to enable Cycle control
• PDI power: Set whether to request power usage to PDI
• PDI gas: Set whether to request gas usage to PDI
• Slave controller: Set whether Slave Controller can control or not
• Slave controller lock: Set whether Slave Controller can control hard locked IDU or not
(Enable : Slave Controller can not control hard locked IDU.)
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Peak/Demand set
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Peak/Demand set.
4. Click(Touch) a control type to be used for auto logic
• Peak Control: You can use the peak control feature in the auto logic menu.
• Demand Control: You can use the demand control feature in the auto logic menu.
Set the operation mode
You can configure the operation type as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Set the operation mode.
4. Click(Touch) an operation type you want.
ENGLISH
You can select a control type to be used for auto logic.
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Temperature difference for Setback/AutoChangeOver
ENGLISH
You can configure the temperature gap for auto changeover operation.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Temperature difference for Setback/
AutoChangeOver.
4. [+]/[-] button to select a temperature gap you want and [Apply] button.
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Update S/W
NOTES
yy To update the software, you need a USB memory stick which has patch.tar.gz file in the
ramdisk folder.
yy For standard thumb drives, a USB to mini USB cable is required.
1. Connect the USB memory to ACS IV Controller.
2. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
3. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
4. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Update S/W.
5. When the software update window appears, click(touch) the [Update S/W] button.
• When the update has been completed, the program restarts.
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You can upgrade the current version of software as follows.
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DB backup
ENGLISH
You can backup the database stored in the system to USB memory as follows.
1. Connect the USB memory to ACS IV Controller.
2. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
3. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
4. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) DB backup.
5. When the DB Backup window appears, click(touch) the [DB backup] button.
Recovery DB
You can use the database stored on USB memory to restore the system database.
1. Connect the USB memory stick to ACS IV Controller.
2. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
3. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
4. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Recovery DB.
5. When the DB Recovery window appears, click(touch) the [Recovery DB] button.
• When the DB recovery has been completed, the program restarts.
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Auto Mode Option
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Auto Mode Option.
4. Click(Touch) an auto mode you want.
• Auto Mode: ACS IV Controller’s IDU Auto Mode (Auto Change Over, Setback)
• 2Set Auto Mode: IDU 2Set Auto Mode.
NOTES
In case of ACP BACnet and AC Smart BACnet, BACnet Object Instance Number vary
depending on the [Auto Mode Option] setting. Please refer to the instruction manual for details.
Caution
For 2Set Auto Mode, please check if all products, including IDU, ODU, remote controller,
are support the function. Setting to [2Set Auto Mode] under unsupported conditions lead to
malfunction.
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You can configure the Auto Mode Option as follows.
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Outdoor Unit Oil-Return Operation
ENGLISH
You can configure Outdoor Unit Oil-Return Operation as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Outdoor Unit Oil-Return Operation.
4. Click(Touch) the desired Operation.
• When selecting ‘enable’, in the Time Setting window, click the desired time.
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System Restart
System Restart
The method to restart the system remotely is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. Click(touch) the System Restart in the detailed setting list.
4. To restart the system, click(touch) the [System Restart] button.
ENGLISH
Remotely restart the system.
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COOL/HEAT Lower Limit Temperature Setting
ENGLISH
You can configure the COOL/HEAT Lower Limit Temperature as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) COOL/HEAT Lower Limit Temperature Setting
4. Click(Touch) COOL/HEAT Lower Limit Temperature you want
Caution
For setting to 16°C, please check if all products, including IDU, ODU, remote controller, are
support the function. Setting to 16°C under unsupported conditions lead to malfunction.
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Customer Setting
Item
Change Password
Add user
User Management
Description
Only the administrator account can change the password.
Add up to 30 new system users.
yy [Delete] Button: Deletes a user.
yy [Edit] Button: Changes user information.
ENGLISH
Only the administrator account can change user environments.
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Change Password
ENGLISH
The system_admin account password can be changed as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Change Password.
4. After entering the current and new passwords, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
• Current P/W: Enter the current password.
• New P/W: Enter the new password for system_admin..
• Re-type P/W: Enter the new password to confirm that the new password has been entered
correctly.
Add user
You can add a user as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Add User.
4. When the system password input window appears, enter the password and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
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5. When the Add a New User window appears, enter the user information and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
• Password: Enter the login password.
• Password 'Confirm': Re-enter the password.
• User Role: Select the user permission you want
• Accessible Group: Select a controllable device group
NOTES
Use is limited depending on the user.
yy General user menu: Control/Monitor, Schedule, Statistics for assigned Groups/Units
yy Administrator menu: Control/Monitor, Schedule, AutoLogic, Energy Management, Statistics,
Report, Installing for all Groups/Units, Widget
ENGLISH
• ID: Enter the user's ID for the email server.
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User Management
ENGLISH
The following explains how to delete a registered user or edit user information.
Deleting User Information
You can delete a registered user's information as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting.
3. In the user list, click(touch) the [Delete] button for the user information you want to delete.
4. When the system password input window appears, enter the password and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
• The user information is deleted.
5. To complete user delete, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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Editing User Information
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting.
3. In the user list, click(touch) the [Edit] button for the user information you want to edit.
4. When the system password input window appears, enter the password, click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
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You can edit a registered user's information as follows.
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5. When the Edit User window appears, enter the user information and click(touch) the [Confirm]
button.
ENGLISH
• The updated user information is applied.
6. To complete user edit, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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Network Setting
Item
Description
Select IP address allocation type.
IP address settings
yy Get the IP address using DHCP: IP address is allocated by the
network automatically.
yy Using Static IP address: Get IP address from the network
administrator and type it manually.
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
Enter IP address
Enter the subnet mask information for the IP address.
Enter IP address of gateway.
Main DNS
Enter the IP address of main DNS server.
Sub DNS
Enter the IP address of secondary DNS server.
HTTP Port setting
Input Web access Port (between 1 and 65535, default: 80)
ENGLISH
The following explains how to configure the network environment.
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IP address settings
ENGLISH
You can select the IP address allocation as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) IP address settings.
4. Click(Touch) an IP address allocation type you want.
• Get the IP address using DHCP: IP address is allocated by the network automatically
• Using Static IP address: Get IP address from the network administrator and enter it
manually
NOTES
IP address/Subnet mask/Gateway is activated when IP address allocation type is Using Static
IP address.
IP address
You can enter the IP address as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) IP address.
4. When the IP information window appears, click(touch) the [Apply] button.
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Subnet mask
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Subnet mask.
4. When the IP Information window appears, enter the subnet mask information, click(touch) the
[Apply] button.
Gateway
You can enter the IP address of a gateway as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Gateway.
4. When the IP Information window appears, enter the IP address of the gateway and click(touch)
the [Apply] button.
ENGLISH
You can enter the subnet mask information for an IP address as follows.
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Main DNS
ENGLISH
You can enter the IP address of a main DNS server as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Main DNS.
4. When the DNS Server window appears, enter the IP address of the main DNS server and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
Sub DNS
You can enter the IP address of a secondary DNS server as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Sub DNS.
4. When the DNS Server window appears, enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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HTTP Port setting
You can set the available HTTP port as follows:
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) HTTP Port setting.
4. When HTTP Port setting window is displayed, input HTTP Port boundary (1~65535) and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
NOTES
After setting HTTP Port, the web access method is http://IP address:Port. when a port other
than 80 is used.
yy If IP address is 123.123.123.123 and Port is set to 4321, the access address is
http://123.123.123.123:4321.
yy Be careful when changing port numbers. Another application may be using that port.
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If certain ports are restricted by network manager, you will not be able to access the web for ACS IV
Controller.
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E-Mail Setting
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When the administrator is not present, ACS IV Controller emails any error information to the
administrator for reviewing. The following explains how to configure the email.
Item
Description
E-mail account settings
Configuring user email account.
E-mail settings
Select whether to use the email.
Email Subject
Type an email subject line when sending an email.
Receiving e-mail
The transmission cycle
during error occurs (min)
Automatic daily
error-notification mail
Register the email address of the receiver who will receive the email.
Set the transmission repeat cycle to send an email when an error
occurs.
Configure an email to be sent at 00:00 every day, even if there are no
errors to report.
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E-mail account settings
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) E-mail account settings.
4. Type the email account information.
• User name: Enter the email user's name.
• Address e-mail: Enter the user's e-mail address.
• Outgoing mail server(SMTP): Enter the address of the mail server.
• Outgoing mail server port: Enter the port of the mail server.
• Server Access Account: Enter the server connection account.
• Password: Enter the password to log onto the mail server.
5. Click(Touch) [Test account setting] to check if the configured account is correct.
6. When the Account Configuration Completion window appears, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
7. To complete the email account configuration, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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You can configure the user's email account.
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E-mail settings
ENGLISH
You can select whether to use the email function as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) E-mail settings.
• If Enable is selected, the check box turns red and the Email Subject, Receiving e-mail,
The transmission cycle during error occurs (min), and Automatic daily errornotification
mail are enabled.
Email Subject
You can type an email subject line as follows. This will be used for every email sent.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Email Subject.
4. When the Configuring Email window appears, enter the email title and click(touch) the [Confirm]
button.
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Recipient e-mail
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Recipient e-mail.
4. When the Configuring Email window appears, enter the email address of the email receiver and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
The transmission cycle during error occurs (min)
You can set the schedule for when to send an email (after an error occurs) from 10 minutes to within
one hour as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) The transmission cycle during error occurs (min).
4. When the Select an Email Schedule window appears, click(touch) a sending schedule you want.
NOTES
E-mails will continue to generate at the time intervals until the fault or error is resolved. It is
suggested that the least amount of time (a longer time interval) be chosen so recipients are not
overwhelmed with frequent emails.
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You can register the email address of up to three email receivers as follows.
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Automatic daily error-notification mail
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You can configure an email to be sent automatically once per day, even if there are no error, as
follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Automatic daily error-notification mail.
• Enable is selected, the check box turns red.
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TMS Setting
Item
TMS configuration
TMS server address
Description
Select whether to use a remote control service.
Configure the remote control service server address.
TMS server port
Configure the remote control service port.
Update Cycle(s)
Configures the remote control service update cycle
(in seconds).
Site address
Enter an address for the remote site.
Site name
Enter the site name.
Site code
Click(Touch) the [Request Site Code] button to enter the site code.
Admin Name
Admin Contact
Enter the name of the site manager.
Enter the site manager's phone number.
NOTES
TMS is not available in the US market at this time.
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The following explains how to configure the remote monitoring and control system.
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TMS configuration
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You can select whether to use the remote control service as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) TMS configuration.
• If Enable is selected, the check box turns red and TMS server address, TMS server port,
Update Cycle(s), Site address, Site name, Site code, Admin Name, and Admin Contact
are enabled.
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TMS server address
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) TMS server address.
4. When the Remote Service Information window appears, enter the service server address and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
TMS server port
You can configure the server port of the remote control service as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) TMS Server Port.
4. When the Remote Service Information window appears, enter the service server port and
click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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You can configure the server address of the remote control service as follows.
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Update Cycle(s)
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You can configure the update cycle of the remote control service information as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Update Cycle(s).
4. When the Configuring Update Cycle window appears, click(touch) an update cycle you want.
Site address
You can type the address of the site where ACS IV Controller is installed.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Site address.
4. When the Configuring Site Information window appears, enter the site address and click(touch)
the [Confirm] button.
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Site name
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Site name.
4. When the Configuring Site Information window appears, enter the site name and click(touch) the
[Confirm] button.
Site code
You can allocate a code for site management as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Site code.
4. When the Configuring Site Information window appears, click(touch) the [Request a site code]
button to enter the site code and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
NOTES
You must enter the site address details before you can request the site code.
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You can type the name of the site where ACS IV Controller is installed.
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Admin Name
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You can type the site manager's name as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Admin Name.
4. When the Configuring Site Manager Information window appears, enter the site manager's name
and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
Admin Contact
You can type the site manager's phone number as follows.
1. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon.
2. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting.
3. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Admin Contact.
4. When the Configuring Site Manager Information window appears, enter the site manager's phone
number and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.
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Channel Setting
ACP IV, ACP BACnet
Item
Description
yy LGAP_AHU: AHU(Normal, Fresh Air, Heat Recovery) connection.
CH5
yy MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air,
Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection.
yy DEMAND: Demand Controller connection
CH6
yy MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air,
Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection.
NOTES
The default MODBUS communication setting is MODBUS_9600.
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The following explains channel setting of ACS IV Controller.
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Item
Description
yy LGAP_AHU: AHU(Normal, Fresh Air, Heat Recovery) connection.
CH1
yy MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air,
Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection.
NOTES
The default MODBUS communication setting is MODBUS_9600.
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BACnet Setting (ACP BACnet, AC Smart BACnet Only)
Item
Description
Temperature Unit
Setting
To set the temperature unit communicating with BMS.
Device ID Setting
To designate the Device Instance Number, Device ID must be set.
Default Device ID is 9000, Device Instance Number is designated as
below.
yy Indoor unit : Device ID
yy ERV : Device ID + 1
yy AHU : Device ID + 2
yy Outdoor unit cycle information : Device ID + 3
yy AWHP : Device ID + 4
yy General : Device ID + 5
Vnet Number Setting
To use Modbus TCP function of ACP BACnet/AC Smart BACnet, Vnet
Number must be set.
Set Vnet Number is used to Slave ID Address of Modbus TCP.
Register as Foreign
Device
To register Foreign Device.
For more information, please consult with the experts of BMS.
Only Monitoring Setting
BACnet Port
When set to Enable the BMS has Read Only permission on this
device. Uncheck if BMS is required to have Read & Write permission.
To change the BACnet IP port. Default port is 47808.
For more information, please consult with the experts of BMS.
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The following explains BACnet setting of ACS IV Controller.
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Item
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BACnet Type Setting
Description
To set the response type of BACnet.
yy A Type : When responding to the BACnet protocol, the MAC
address is the same regardless of the Device ID.
yy B Type : When responding to the BACnet protocol, the MAC
address depends on the Device ID
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Home screen additional information display
Viewing home screen additional information
The method to view home screen additional information is as follows.
1.
Click (touch) [>] button on the right side of the home screen.
• The additional information is displayed.
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It describes various additional information provided in the home screen
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Home screen additional information composition and function
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It describes the home screen additional information composition and function.
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Number
Item
③
Contents
Target compared electricity consumption is displayed
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Power Usage widget
yy [Month] button: monthly target compared electricity
consumption is displayed
yy [Year] button: yearly target compared electricity
consumption is displayed
Energy navigation usage setting ON
yy Energy navigation control level display
Energy navigation usage setting OFF
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Energy navigation
widget
yy Energy navigation function setting is required. Message
display
yy [Energy navigation setting] button: move with [Energy
management > Energy navigation] tab
Demand control setting
yy It is in demand control setting state. Message display
yy [Energy navigation setting] button deactivated
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Group Temperature
widget
Group average temperature / group average maximum
temperature / group average minimum temperature display
yy [Min./Max. Temp group] button: maximum/minimum
temperature group display popup
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Energy management
Energy usage
Energy usage sets the target usage to control the energy navigation and checks the device’s power
usage and operation time with graph and table.
Energy usage screen composition and function
It describes the energy usage screen composition and function.
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②
⑤
④
③
⑥
⑦
Number
Item
①
Device list
⑧
⑨
⑩
Contents
Display of the individual indoor unit list or per group for each
device
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Energy management checks the device’s power usage and operation time with graph and table.
It also describes the estimated usage compared to monthly target of the power usage and energy
navigation function which controls the power usage with the actual usage.
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③
Item
Energy usage item
Query Unit
Contents
yy [Energy Consumption] button: Checks power
consumption and accumulated power consumption for
each group
yy [Run Time] button: Checks operation time and
accumulated operation time of the indoor units for each
group
yy [Daily] button: View daily usage of the set period by
pressing [◀/▶] button in the viewing period setting area
yy [Monthly] button: View monthly usage of the set period by
pressing [◀/▶] button in the viewing period setting area
yy Select the period to view energy usage contents
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Viewing period
setting area
yy If viewing unit is [Daily], set the period as 1 month unit
based on the start date
yy If viewing unit is [Monthly], set the period as 1 year unit
based on the start date
yy Energy usage data viewing method conversion
⑤
[View Graph] /
[View Table] button
yy View Graph: View the energy usage data as graph type
data
yy View Table: View the energy usage data as table type
data
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[Initial Date] button
yy Set each of the energy usage base date for power / run
time.
⑦
[Target amount
setting] button
yy In [Environment > General setting] menu, set the
monthly target amount for Jan. ~ Dec. of the year set in
the Date setting.
yy Energy usage data for each period: energy consumption,
operation time energy usage value, and graph are
displayed for each viewing unit
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Energy consumption
information display
yy If viewing unit is [Daily], when energy consumption is
selected, daily usage / period + estimated usage / daily
target amount are displayed in the graph
yy If viewing unit is [Monthly], when energy consumption is
selected, monthly usage / monthly target amount / period
+ estimated usage / usage in the previous year / yearly
target amount are displayed in the graph
yy In [Environment > E-Mail setting] menu, you need to set
the e-mail usage to ON to use this function.
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[E-mail] button
⑩
[Save to USB]
button
yy It stores the viewed energy usage contents (when it
accessed AC Smart IV/AC Smart BACnet controller) in
USB memory
[Save to PC] button
yy It downloads the viewed energy usage contents in PC
yy It sends the viewed energy usage contents to the e-mail
address registered in the environment setting menu
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Viewing energy usage
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. In the group list, click (touch) the desired device group.
3. Click (touch) the desired energy report item button.
• [Energy consumption] button: Checks power consumption and accumulated power
consumption of each group
• [Run time] button: Checks the indoor unit operation time of each group
4. In the viewing period setting area, click (touch) [◀/▶] button to set the period to view the energy
usage contents.
• Daily viewing start date is set with the base date, and for the monthly viewing, the period from
Jan. ~ Dec. is automatically set.
• During the daily viewing, you can check the daily usage, period + estimated usage, and
monthly target amount.
• During the monthly viewing, you can check the monthly usage, monthly target amount, period
+ estimated usage, previous year period usage, and yearly target amount.
5. In the energy usage information display area, check the energy usage contents.
• To change the energy report information viewing method, click (touch) [View graph] or [View
table] button.
• If you uncheck the graph check, it is not displayed in the graph.
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The method to view the energy report contents of the device’s power usage, gas usage and
operation time is as follows.
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6. To send the energy usage data via e-mail, click (touch) [E-mail] button, and to save in USB
memory or PC, click (touch) [Save to USB/PC] button.
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NOTES
yy Run time viewing possible device: indoor unit
yy PDI is required to view power consumption. (Please refer to PDI manual for additional
information)
yy You can check the actual power consumption for each indoor unit only when the indoor unit is
connected to PDI.
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How to read the energy usage graph (energy consumption, daily)
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. In the group list, click (touch) the All Group.
• Entire group displays all information.
3. In the viewing period setting area, click (touch) [◀/▶] button to set the viewing period
corresponding to the current month.
• The start date is set as the base date.
4. In the energy usage information display area, check the energy usage contents.
• You can check the daily usage, period + estimated usage, and monthly target amount.
• Read the daily value at the left side of the daily usage.
• For the period + estimated usage, and monthly target, read the accumulated value.
• To change the viewing method of the energy report information, click (touch) [View graph] or
[View table] button.
• When you uncheck the graph condition, it is not displayed in the graph.
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The method to read the energy usage daily graph is as follows.
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How to read the energy usage graph (energy consumption, monthly)
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The method to read the energy usage monthly graph is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. In the viewing unit, click (touch) Monthly.
3. In the group list, click (touch) All Group.
• Entire group displays all information.
4. In the viewing period setting area, touch (click) [◀/▶] button to set the viewing period
corresponding to the current year.
• The start date is set as the base date.
• The period from Jan. ~ Dec. is automatically set.
5. In the energy usage information display area, check the energy usage contents.
• You can check the monthly usage, monthly target amount, period + estimated usage, previous
year usage, and yearly target amount.
• For the monthly usage and monthly target amount, read the monthly value in the left side.
• For the period + estimated usage, previous year usage, and yearly target amount, read the
accumulated value.
• To change the viewing method of the energy report information, click (touch) [View graph] or
[View table] button.
• When you uncheck the graph condition, it is not displayed in the graph.
• If the monthly usage is greater than the monthly target mount, exclamation mark is displayed.
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Energy navigation
NOTES
In Environment setting > Advance setting > Peak/Demand Set menu, if you select demand
control, energy navigation is turned off, and Energy management > Energy navigation and
Energy navigation log button are deactivated.
Setting energy navigation
The method to set the energy navigation is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. Click (touch) [Energy navigation] tab.
①
③
②
3. Set the desired control state in the energy navigation usage setting area and the operation status
area.
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Energy navigation is the function to set the target usage amount to limit the monthly power
consumption and to control so that the total accumulated power consumption does not exceed the
target usage amount. It performs total of 7 control levels with the estimated/actual usage amount
exceeding ratio compared to the monthly target usage amount. For the control method, there are
indoor unit operation ratio, outdoor unit capacity control, and indoor unit operation control.
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Number
Item
①
Energy navigation
usage setting
Contents
Sets energy navigation function ON/OFF
Displays the energy navigation operation status
yy [Run] button: starts the control level displayed in the
operation status
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Operating status
yy [Stop] button: temporarily stops the control level
displayed in the operation status
- In the temporarily stopped state, it automatically restarts
according to the level change or setting change, etc.
- To stop the function, turn off the energy navigation
usage setting
yy Sets the control level with [Control level setting] button
yy Displays the level of the set control level, exceeding
condition, monthly target exceeding ratio (%), and control
method
- Level: maximum of 7 levels
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Control Level
- Excess standards: estimated usage amount / actual
usage amount
- Monthly target excess (%): you can set in 10% unit
within 70~130% boundary
- Control type: indoor unit operation rate, outdoor unit
capacity control, indoor unit operation control
NOTES
yy Energy navigation operates in 1 hour intervals from the central controller system start point.
yy If the energy navigation usage setting is ON, it automatically operates regardless of the
operation status. But, if the control execution method setting is manual, it operates according
to the user selection.
yy Even if the energy navigation usage setting is OFF or operation status is OFF state, it displays
the current control level.
yy In the normal state, energy navigation is not operational.
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Setting control level
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The method to set the control level is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. Click (touch) [Energy navigation] tab.
3. Click (touch) [Control level setting] button.
• Control level setting window appears.
4. Set the control level.
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Number
Item
Contents
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Level
yy In case of level add/remove, it is automatically set
yy You can set up to 7 levels
Excess standard
yy Power consumption standard to compare with the
monthly target usage amount is set
yy Predicted usage amount: estimated period usage amount
of 1 month starting from the base date
yy Actual usage amount: actual period usage amount until
today from the base date
Monthly target excess rate (%)
yy Ratio of the excess standard compared to the monthly
target usage amount (%)
yy You can set in the unit of 10% from minimum 70% to
maximum 130%
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Control level setting
area
Control method
yy IDU Operation Rate: Set the 0~100% target operation
ratio and control peak according to the priority of the
group
yy ODU capacity: Set the 0~100% target operation ratio
and control peak according to the outdoor unit capacity
operation ratio
yy IDU: Control according to the indoor unit control setting
(refer to Indoor unit operation control setting)
[Add level] button: adds control level
yy Control level is automatically set to the last level, and it
has the default setting value
yy For the monthly target exceeding ratio, 10% is added to
the previous level, and you can add the control level up to
maximum of 130%
[X] button: removes control level
yy When you remove a control level, the remaining control
levels are automatically arranged
yy If only 1 level is set, you cannot remove the control level
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Contents
Control type setting
yy [?] button: Help for the control execution method setting
yy [Auto] button: Control method is automatically executed
yy [Manual] button: Selects whether to execute the control
method (Refer to Alarm message control selection)
NOTES
For outdoor unit capacity control, the target operation ratio setting values are converted and
applied as follows.
yy 100% setting: 100% applied
yy 90~99% setting: 90% applied
yy 80~89% setting: 80% applied
yy 70~79% setting: 70% applied
yy 60~69% setting: 60% applied
yy 50~59% setting: 50% applied
yy 40~49% setting: 40% applied
yy 0~39% setting: 0% applied
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Sets the execution method of the control method set for each
level at the time of the alarm
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Indoor unit operation control setting
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The method to set the indoor unit operation control is as follows.
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. Click (touch) [Energy navigation] tab.
3. Click (touch) [Control level setting] button.
• Control level setting window appears.
4. In the control method, select IDU, and click (touch) [Detail.] button.
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5. Set the control status of the device, and click (touch) [Apply] button.
• In the control type area, the set control list is displayed.
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6. To complete the control level setting, click (touch) [Apply] button.
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Alarm message control selection
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In the control type manual set state, when it reached the control level, the alarm message is
displayed. Alarm message continues until the control is selected. The method to select the control
in the alarm message is as follows.
1. Check the monthly target excess rate (%) and the control option.
2. Select the control option, and click (touch) [Apply] button.
• If you select the displayed control method, the corresponding control level starts.
• If you select to no control, it maintains the previous state.
Caution
Before you select the control, the alarm message may keep occurring.
NOTES
yy If the energy navigation usage setting is ON, the control selection alarm message appears
every 1 hour regardless of the operation status.
yy In the energy navigation usage setting OFF state, if you click (touch) [ON] button, the control
selection alarm message appears. But, it does not appear in normal state.
yy In the energy navigation operation status OFF state, if you click (touch) [Run] button, the
control selection alarm message appears. But, it does not appear in normal state.
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Energy navigation log
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It describes how to view the energy navigation operation status or control status.
Energy navigation log screen composition and function
It describes the energy navigation log screen composition and function.
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②
⑤
④
③
Number
Item
Contents
yy Selects the viewing period of the report contents
①
Viewing period
setting area
②
Energy navigation
log information
display
Displays the energy navigation operation and control related
report contents
③
[Delete selected
event(s)] button
Deletes the selected report.
④
[E-mail] button
yy The start date is set within 3 months period based on the
end date
yy In [Environment > E-Mail Setting] menu, you need to set
the e-mail usage to ON to use this function.
yy The queried reports will be sent to the Email address
registered in the Environment menu.
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Number
Item
⑤
[Save to USB]
button
[Save to PC] button
Contents
(When accessing AC Smart IV/AC Smart BACnet Controller)
Saves the viewed report contents to USB memory
Downloads the viewed report contents to PC
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Viewing energy navigation log
1. In the main menu, click (touch) [Energy management] menu icon.
2. Click (touch) [Energy navigation log] tab.
3. In the viewing period setting area, click (touch) [◀/▶] button to set the viewing period of the
report contents.
• Start date is limited to within 3 months based on the end date.
4. In the report contents display area, check the report contents.
5. To send the report contents via e-mail, click (touch) [E-mail] button, and to save to USB memory
or PC, click (touch) [Save to USB/PC] button.
NOTES
You can query up to 200 events and email/save to PC, USB memory up to 300 events. Up to
5000 events are stored total.
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The method to view the energy navigation operation and control report is as follows.
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