TUNE Adapt

TUNE Adapt
TUNE Adapt
Art No: 1545 197 / 20130214
User Manual – Version 6.0
Functionality
Connection
TUNE Adapt is a hand-held unit for setting and viewing the
readings of all airborn ADAPT products.
As standard, Tune Adapt is delivered with an english manual.
Manuals in additional languages (corresponding to the available language packages) can be downloaded from www.
swegon.com. For specific information about available
languages and language settings in the software, please
see LANGUAGE MENU section.
The unit is connected with an RJ12 type cable and also
powered by the product it is connected to. See figures 2-4
for connection examples.
When the unit is connected to a product, the communication to the SuperWise / BMS is interrupted.
Figure 2. To open the sensor module, use a screw driver. Be careful
when reinstalling the module to avoid damaging the positioning pins.
Figure 1. Hand-held unit, TUNE Adapt.
Button Functions
Symbol
+/–
Name
Function
ARROW
up/down
Scrolls up and down through the menus in the display.
ENTER
Confirms selection:
– Press to enter a submenu.
– In the setup menus ENTER is pres�sed recurrently to change a variable. The
accessed variable can then be changed.
Changing a value in these cases is instant, pressing ENTER is not required.
Plus/Minus
CROSS
Increases / decreases values.
Back / return to previous menu or step.
Built in LED
The unit has a built in red LED. Emitted or flashing LED
when connected to a product indicates that either communication is broken or that supply voltage is too low.
Wait a minute or two and then reconnect TUNE Adapt.
For information on LED operation of sensor modules or
products the unit can connect to, see the sections regadring the menus; LED INDICATOR and ALARM MENU.
Figure 3.TUNE Adapt can be connected to an air diffuser by
using the RJ12 contact on the circuit board.
Compatibility
TUNE Adapt in version 6.0 is backwards compatible with
previous versions of airborne ADAPT products.
For versions older than 6.0, the following applies:
• TUNE Adapt of an older version can always read a newer
airborn ADAPT product, however the newer variables will
then be lacking in the TUNE Adapt unit.
• TUNE Adapt of later versions cannot read older versions of
airborn ADAPT products.
The hand-held unit must not be mistaken for the unit
supplied with the GOLD air handling unit, which runs a
different software.
Figure 4. TUNE Adapt can be connected to a duct damper by
plugging the RJ12 cable directly into the single contact on the
side of the damper.
TUNE Adapt
Display and menu structure
The TUNE Adapt screen can only display four rows of
text. In this manual, menu examples are illustrated in grey
when occuring outside of the screen, and in black when
appearing within the screen.
T UN E A D A PT V 6 .0
US E R M E N U
A LA RM M E N U
CO M M I S S I ON IN G
SUPPLY TEMP
Shows the value of the built-in temperature sensor. In certain
applications such as ADAPT Damper for extract air, the temperature cannot be shown, the value -1 is then given.
LA NG UA G E
A DV A NCE D ME N U
TEST MENU
At startup the unit displays a list of available menus.
The uppermost row is always reserved for the name of
the currently displayed menu. In root level the top row
shows a Swegon header, in later version also including the
software version of the hand-held unit.
Scroll by using the arrow keys to access the desired menu.
A selected row is indicated by highlighted text with dark
background.
Use the ENTER button to confirm selected option or to
continue into a desired submenu.
In some cases a confirmation is required (YES/NO), before
entering the selected submenu.
In the far right end of the display, a scrollbar indicates if
more menu rows are accessible in the list. Use the arrow
buttons to scroll up or down in the list.
USER MENU
T UN E AD AP T V6 .0
US E R M E N U
A LA RM M E N U
* U SE R M EN U *
CO
M ILO
S SW
I ON IN G
AM
I RF
0 l /s
LAANG
I RFUA
LOGWE SE T
A DV
DMP
ME N U
ROAONCE
M TE
0 0 .0 ° c
TE
TP
MLY
E NU
SS
UP
T EMP
0 0 .0 ° c
CO 2 I N ROOM
0ppm
CA C LE V EL
CA C CO 2 EQU .
0 0 /s
0%
0ppm
RH LE V E L
0%
CO O L V A L U E
0%
HE A T V A L U E
0%
HE A T V A L V E POS
0%
S LA V E O U T PU T
0%
E X T E RNAL IN P U T
S W V E RS ION
S E RI A L N O
AIRFLOW
Shows the current actual airflow in l/s.
AIRFLOW SET
Shows the airflow set-point in l/s.
ROOM TEMP
Shows the measured room temperature in °C from either
the built-in sensor, external DETECT SME or DETECT T.
In certain applications, for example ADAPT Damper for
supply air, the room temperature cannot be shown. The
value -1 is given in this case. At delivery the products are
preset to commissioning mode, set to max airflow, this
can cause the room to get cold, see TEST MENU, last in
this manual.
0%
0000
00000
CO2 IN ROOM
If DETECT Q is connected and APPLICATION MENU: APPLICATION is set to DETECT Q (corresponding parameter 2
in older versions), the carbon dioxide value in the room is
displayed.
CAC LEVEL / CAC CO2 EQU.
If Clean Air Control is enabled, the air quality value (CAC
LEVEL) and the corresponding value recalculated in CO2
[ppm] (CAC CO2 EQU.) are displayed here. Good air quality
corresponds in this case to a CAC value lower than 35%.
RH LEVEL
When using a humidity sensor the actual value ​​is displayed
in percent.
COOL VALUE
Displays the cooling value (0-100%), where 0% corresponds
to the min. flow in unoccupied or occupied mode and
100% corresponds to the max. flow. When 2-step cooling is
activated, the range extends to 0-200%, where the 100200% range shows the working area of the cooling valve.
HEAT VALUE
Displays the the heating value in percent if the product is
set for heating control. Heating control is time proportional which means that the valve is only open during that
part of the time cycle to which the heat load corresponds.
Example – Heating load 50%: The valve is closed 50% out of
350 sec. (= 175 sec.), and then open for 175 sec.
HEAT VALVE POS (from software version 4 or later)
Displays the heating value of the valve output in percent. If the
cold down draught protection function is enabled, the heating
value can be 0%, while the valve output can be e.g. 20%.
SLAVE OUTPUT
Displays the airflow of the slave output, 0% corresponds
to minimum or unoccupied flow, while 100% corresponds to the maximum airflow.
EXTERNAL INPUT
Displays the signal level of the external input in percent
(0-100%). This corresponds to 0-10V DC for the application EXTERNAL 0-10V (variable value 1 in earlier versions)
and 2-8V DC for the aplication SLAVE (variable value 3 in
earlier versions). The value is only reported for these two parameters, displayed value for all remaining applications is 0.
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SW VERSION
Displays the current software version of the controller in
the product.
SERIAL NO
Displays the serial number of the product.
COMMISSIONING: AIRFLOWS
Menus for setting of all controller set-points.
TU N E A D A P T V 6.0
U S E R ME N U
A LA R M ME N U
ALARM MENU
This parameters in this menu shows the value 1 if
something is abnormal in the ADAPT product. Simultaneously, the LED in the sensor module is red.
C OMMIS S ION IN G
LA N GU A GE
* C OMMIS S ION IN G *
A DAVIR
AN
C
E
DS
ME N U
FLOW
TEA
SIR
T ME
QUNAULITY* A IR FLOW S *
T UN E AD AP T V6 .0
OC C U P IE D
US E R M E N U
A LA RM M EN U
CO M M I S S I ON IN G
MIN
10l/s
MA X
40l/s
U N OC C U P IE D
LA NG UA G E * AL A R M M EN U *
AV
A NCE IRA
NY
F UNCT
O ND AME
L AR
M:
MIN
TES
TM
MPEENU
DA
R ST R OKE
0
M O T O R F AU L T
0
PRESSURE SENSOR
0
RO O M T E M P
0
S UP P LY T EMP
0
WRONG SETPOINTS
0
CAC SENSOR FAULT
0
CO M F O RT A L AR M :
T E M P E R AT U R E
0
A I R Q UA L IT Y
0
A I R HUM ID IT Y
0
DAMPER STROKE
Indicates a damper stroke error; at startup the product performs a stroke check. If this check fails, an alarm is initiated.
MOTOR FAULT
This alarm is activated if the actuator of the product
can not reach the damper position within the detected
damper stroke area.
51l/s
E L. D U C T H E A TE R
MIN
0l/s
A IR FLOW
14l/s
A IR FLOW S E T
15l/s
D A MP E R P OS
32%
COMMISSIONING MODE
MA X FLOW
V A LV E C OMM. MOD E
IN A C TIV E
P R E S S U R E S E N S OR
FLOW P R E S S .
45.2P a
0-C A LIB .
1.4P a
D A MP E R S TR OK E
55mm
AIRFLOWS: OCCUPIED
This function is for setting the MIN and MAX max airflows
in l/s for the current product in occupied mode. A Product
marked with “Default” in the designation, indiccates it is
a stocked product with standard settings that most likely
are not applicable to the current installation.
PRESSURE SENSOR
If the pressure sensor transmits unreasonable values or if
communication to this sensor ceases, an alarm is initiated.
AIRFLOWS: UNOCCUPIED
The lowest airflow during unoccupied mode.
ROOM TEMP
Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor or the
temperature sensor fitted inside the sensor module.
AIRFLOWS: EL. DUCT HEATER
The min. flow of the electric duct heater, this value only
applies to version 5.1 (1024) or later. If the function is
activated, i.e. set to a value higher than 0 l/s, the controller will interpret this as an indication that the heating coil
is located in the supply air duct. If heating is required, the
min. airflow will then be increased to the setpoint value.
The setpoint airflow should be adjusted to the setting
that the air heater requires as its min. airflow.
SUPPLY TEMP
Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor fitted in
the supply airflow path of the product.
WRONG SETPOINTS
An alarm is initiated if the heating set point and cooling
set point cross one another. The heating set point must
always be lower than the cooling set point.
CAC SENSOR FAULT
Indicates that the built-in sensor is faulty or is missing.
COMFORT ALARM
Alarm is initiated if the comfort alarm is activated when either
temperature (TEMPERATURE), CO2-value (AIR QUALITY) or air
humidity (AIR HUMIDITY) deviates more than set limit values.
AIRFLOWS: AIRFLOW
The actual airflow through the product, value in l/s.
AIRFLOWS: AIRFLOW SET
This is the estimated setpoint, calculated from the cooling /
heating demand in percent, from the working area between
the min. and max. airflow.
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AIRFLOWS: DAMPER POS
Displays the current damper blade position. When commissioning, make sure that this value is at least 85% open
for the dimensioning product in the zone.
AIRFLOWS: COMMISSIONING MODE
This function is used during the commissioning and function control phase. At delivery all products ar set to MAX
FLOW. During commissioning, each setting / parameter
must be set manually. After completed commissioning the
setting INACTIVE must be chosen. The product then goes
into normal operation.
Parameter
Explanation/Function
INACTIVE
Normal operation.
UNOCC FLOW
The min. flow set-point of the product in
unoccupied mode.
MIN FLOW
The min. flow set-point of the product in
occupied mode.
MAX FLOW
The max. flow set-point of the product.
AIRFLOWS: VALVE COMM. MODE
Enabling this feature keeps the valves open for 20 days
(ON - 20 DAYS) in order to allow ventilation contractors
to perform venting and commissioning. This function can
also be used for valve control. The function must be manually disabled (INACTIVE) after performing the control.
AIRFLOWS: PRESSURE SENSOR
Displays the current flow pressure (FLOW PRESS.). This pressure is almost identical to the static pressure drop across the
air diffuser. Zero calibration (0-CALIB.) can be carried out, however this requires that you are sure that there is no airflow.
Shutting the damper by forced control will not help. 0-calibration has been carried out at the factory prior to delivery.
AIR QUALITY: CO2 (DETECT Q)
This menu is for setting the trigger and end values for the
proportional airflow control function in relation to the
CO2 value.
Parameter
Explanation/Function
MIN SET
Lower limit for the start of proportional
airflow control.
MAX SET
Upper limit, 100% airflow for the proportional airflow control.
Specifies the ratio between the measured
PPM PER VOLT CO2 and (volt) signal to the product.
Normally, this is 200 ppm/V.
AIR QUALITY: CAC SETPOINTS
Set-point values for control of a VOC sensor.
Parameter
Explanation/Function
MIN SET
Lower limit from which airflow increase starts in
order to vent off contamination.
MAX SET
Upper limit when airflow increase has reached
its max. value.
AIR QUALITY: RH SETPOINTS
Set-point values for control of a humidity sensor.
Parameter
Explanation/Function
MIN SET
Lower start limit for airflow increase in
order to vent out moisture.
MAX SET
Upper limit, when airflow has reached its
max value.
RH PER VOLT
Specifies the relation between the measured RH level and (volt)signal to the product.
LANGUAGE
Use this menu to change language settings in TUNE Adapt.
TU N E A D A P T V 6.0
AIRFLOWS: DAMPER STROKE
Displays the detected stroke in millimetres for the product.
U S E R ME N U
A LA R M ME N U
COMMISSIONING: AIR QUALITY
C OMMIS S ION IN G
LA N GU A GE
T UNE A D A PT V 6 .0
* LA
N GU A GE *
A D V A N C E D ME
NU
ES
NTGLIS
HU
TE
ME N
US E R M E NU
A LA RM M E N U
CO M M I S S I O N IN G
LA NG UA G* EC OMMIS SION IN G *
SVENSKA
A IARF
LOD
WS
A DV
NCE
M EN U
T EA
S ITR MQEUA
NUL IT Y
* AIR QU AL IT Y *
DANSK
S U OMI
N OR S K
CO 2 ( DET E C T Q)
MIN SET
M A X SE T
P P M PE R VOL T
8 0 0 p pm
1 0 0 0 p pm
2 0 0 p pm
CA C S E TP OIN T S
M I N S ET
25%
M A X SE T
35%
RH S E T POIN T S
M I N S ET
65%
M A X SE T
90%
RH P ER V OL T
10%
Scroll down to the preferred language and press ENTER to
change language. The standard version*) of TUNE Adapt is
delivered with a language package containing:
• english, swedish, finnish, danish and norwegian.
TUNE Adapt can also be ordered with one of the following
two language packages*):
• english, estonian, russian and polish
• english, german, french and dutch
User manuals in each of the available languages above are
available for download from www.swegon.com.
*)
TUNE Adapt with language packages other than the standard
version must be ordered separately.
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ADVANCED MENU
The Advanced menu is mainly used for deployment and
commissioning. Changes in the advanced menu should primarily be done by experienced users, e.g. service technicians.
T UN E A D A PT V 6 .0
US E R M E N U
If TUNE T is connected, influence from the TUNE T is displayed at ±3° from the calculated average value.
ROOM TEMP DEV
Room temperature deviation – the difference between the
actual values and the calculated set points for cooling/heating when occupied or unoccupied.
CO M M I S S I ON IN G
If TUNE T is used for set point displacement, the change
can be read in this menu only.
LA NG UA G E
Example:
A DV A NCE D ME N U
Cooling set point is 23° C and heating set point is 21° C.
A LA RM M E N U
TEST MENU
At a room temperature or 22.5° C, the value 0,5° K is displayed
as deviating temperature on the nonconforming temperature line.
ADVANCED MENU: TEMP. MENU
Menus for setting temperature settings, displayed in ° C.
* A D V AN C E D M EN U *
If TUNE T is turned down as much as possible for reduced room
temperature, the cooling set point will be 20° C and the value
2.5° K will then be shown.
T E M P . M E NU
O CCUP A*NCY
T E M(IN
PET
R)A T U R E M EN U *
COCO
M MOUNI
LT ECA
M PT ION
OC C
23°c
This means that it is 2.5° K too warm in the room and that the
cooling control function will start.
E MHE
E RG
EN
A TETNCY
EMP M
OC
CU
21°c
APPLICATION
CO O LT E M P MENU
U N OC C
25°c
HE A T T E M P U N OC C
20°c
NIGHTCOOL
Set point for night-time cooling. This set point applies
when the night-time cooling function is enabled from
a BMS and results in boosting the airflow until the flow
reaches its max. airflow set-point.
CA LC. S E T P.
RO O M T E MP D EV
2 2 .0 ° c
0 .0 ° c
NI G HT CO OL
18°c
M O RNI NG H E AT
25°c
HE A T V A L VE T IME
350s
S UP P LY T EMP D IF
A LLO W E D T
±0K
+10K
COOLTEMP OCC
Cooling temperature when occupied, i.e. the temperature
at which cooling control begins.
If the system has sufficient capacity, this will be the maximum room temperature in the cooling mode.
MORNING HEAT
Set value for morning time heating of premises when the
function is enabled from a BMS.
HEAT VALVE TIME
Indicates the required time it takes for a thermal actuator
to open completely from a cold position.
The time is used for the time proportional opening when
the heating load is <100%.
If the product is to control electric heating via a semi-conductor relay, the time should be set to max. 60 sec.
HEATTEMP OCC
Heating temperature when occupied, i e the temperature
at which heating control begins.
SUPPLY TEMP DIF
Control limit for the airflow – Specifies the limit for acceptable supply air temperature in relation to room temperature
is specified.
This will be the room’s lowest temperature, provided that
the product steers heating control. If this is not the case,
the value is insignificant.
A positive value only allows increased airflow when the supply
temperature is lower than the set-point value.
COOLTEMP UNOCC
Cooling temperature when unoccupied, same functionality as described for the cooling occupancy temperature.
HEATTEMP UNOCC
Heating temperature when unoccupied, same functionality as described for the heating occupancy temperature.
A negative value allows supply air temperature to be higher
than the desired need for cooling or heating with air, e.g. if the
value is set to -5° K, airflow increase can be performed with
supply air that is 5° K warmer than the room temperature. The
corresponding principle also applies for cooling mode.
The default value is set to 0° K, which in practice means
that the supplyair only needs to be 0,1° K lower in order for
cooling to take place.
CALC. SETP.
Displays the calculated avarage setpoint for regulation as
a value between the heating and cooling conditions. The
value is dependant of the occupied or unoccupied modes.
ALLOWED T
Air heating ∆T – set value of the maximum supply air temperature when the product controls a duct heater.
These temperature readings are shown when the unit is operating either night-time cooling mode or morning heating mode.
The supply air temperature recieves a max limit, room
temperature + the set value (0-15°K).
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ADVANCED MENU: OCCUPANCY (INT)
ADVANCED MENU: COMMUNICATION
Menus for settings of the internal occupancy sensor.
Contains the communication settings for the product to SuperWISE or a BMS, see the table. Note the specific setting
demands for products connected to a SuperWISE system.
* A DV AN C E D M EN U *
T E M P . M E NU
O CCUP A NCY (IN T )
* A D V A N C E D ME N U *
CO M M UNI*CA
T ION
OC
C U PA N C Y (IN T ) *
E MOECC
RGSEENCY
NU
NS LME
E VE
L
A POPCC
LI CA
IO
S TTA
TN
U SME N U
O CC S T A T U S + D E L AY
O CC DE LA Y OF F
O CC DE LA Y ON
TE MP . ME N U
0000
OC C U P A N C Y (IN T)
0
C OMMU N IC A TION
0
E ME R GE N*CCYOMMU
ME N UN IC A TION *
A PMOD
P LICBAUTION
ME
S ADD
R ENSUS
000
20m
0s
B A U D R A TE
O CCUP A NC Y
A UT O / M A N
O CC/ UNO C C
P A R ITY
AUTO
38,4k
N ON E
S TOP B ITS
1
U N OC C
OCC SENS LEVEL
Indicates the signal level from the built-in occupancy
sensor. When the value from the sensor exceeds 250,
occupancy is detected. For ADAPT Damper with DETECT
SME, the detection limit is 100.
OCC STATUS*)
Displays status from the built-in occupancy sensor, 1 = occupancy. The value returns to 0 after 1 minute if no new
occupancy has been detected.
OCC STATUS+DELAY
The occupied mode including the delay. The value applies
to the entire system of interconnected master/slave air diffusers including external occupancy sensors.
Adjustable parameters in the communication menu
Parameter
Function and selectable modes
MODBUS ADDRESS Setting of the modbus address: 1-248
BAUD RATE*)
Communication rate – adjustable in
three levels: 9.6k / 19.2k / 38.4k
PARITY*)
Parity check: NONE / ODD / EVEN
STOP BITS*)
0 or 1
*)
Product connected to SuperWise should always have the following settings: BAUD RATE: 38.4k / PARITY: NONE / STOP BITS: 1
ADVANCED MENU: EMERGENCY MENU
This menu allows for emergency settings to be read or tested.
* A D V A N C E D ME N U *
OCC DELAY OFF
Occupancy switch off delay – Delay time until the controller switches to unoccupied mode, provided no new
occupancy detection has occured.
TE MP E R A TU R E
OCC DELAY ON
Occupancy switch on delay – Delay time before the
controller switches to occupied mode. This must always
be set to 0 if lighting control is to be used. Otherwise the
recommended value is 30 sec.
A P P LIC A*TION
ME
NN
UC Y ME N U *
E ME R
GE
*)
*)
OCCUPANCY
Allows for forced control of the occupied mode from
automatic (AUTO) to manual (MAN). If manual mode i
selected, OCC/UNOCC should also be set manually to
either unoccupied (UNOCC) or occupied (OCC).
For an ADAPT Damper in master version, without a builtin occupancy sensor, this value should be set to continuous occupancy if a DETECT O is not connected.
NOTE: If a slave damper of ADAPT Damper type is used, the
corresponding setting must also be performed in the slave.
OC C U P A N C Y (IN T)
C OMMU N IC A TION
E ME R GE N C Y ME N U
E ME R GE N C Y
C ON TR OL
S E TTIN GS
MA S TE R
C LOS E
S LA V E
E QU A L
Functions – EMERGENCY MENU
Menu
Function
OFF / ON – Activates the emergency test. During the
CONTROL test the LED flashes orange. Do not forget to reset
CONTROL to OFF when the test is completed.
SETTINGS
Refers to the action performed upon activation of
emergency: closing or opening of valves.
MASTER
CLOSE / OPEN – Only adjustable when TUNE
Adapt is connected to a master diffuser.
SLAVE
EQUAL / REVERSED – Only adjustable when TUNE
Adapt is connected to a slave diffuser. Changing the parameter while connected to a master
diffuser has no effect on any slave diffusers in
the system, for these the parameter must be set
individually for each slave.
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Description refers to built in occupancy detector and is not
valid for external detectors such as DETECT O. OCC DELAY ON
and OCC DELAY OFF must be set in the external detector, see
separate instructions for the specific product. OCC STATUS
does not display any data from external detectors, only OCC
STAT+DELAY is displayed as either 0 or 1.
OFF
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ADVANCED MENU: APPLICATION MENU
Used for setting of the primary functions in the product.
The screen examples illustrate activated AIR COOL mode.
* A D V AN C E D M EN U *
T E M P . M E NU
O CCUP A NCY (IN T )
FUNCTION
Operation menu containing settings of the extra functions
in the product.
Alternatives
Function when activated
AIR COOL
Airborn cooling, eventually in combination
with radiator heating.
CO M M UNI CA T ION
AIR COOL & HEAT Airborn cooling and airborn heating.
E M E RG E NCY M EN U
2-STEP COOLING
Air and water in sequence,
heating is not possible.
–
Not selectable in the current version.
APPLICATION MENU
* APP L IC A T ION M EN U *
A P P LI CA TION
LED INDICATOR
Here you can select whether the LED of the product you
are connected to (in applicable cases, i.e. products with a
sensor module), should be switched off or used to indicate
functionality or comfort alarm, also see ALARM MENU.
NO RM A L
F UNCT I O N
A I R CO O L
LE D I NDI C A T OR
F UNCT I ON
T E M P S E N SOR U SE
TYPE
0
HE A T I NG
P RE S E N T
A CT UA TOR T YP E
NO RM A L L Y C L OSE D
Alternatives
Functionality
OFF
The LED on the product is turned off.
FUNCTION
The LED indicates normal operation but
not the comfort alarm (default setting).
COMFORT
The LED only indicates the comfort alarm.
FUNC & COMFORT
The LED indicates both normal
operation and the comfort alarm.
OFF AT UNOCC
The LED indicates normal operation, but
is turned off in unoccupied mode.
NO ALARM INDIC.
The LED indicates normal operation.
No function alarms are indicated.
COOL PROTEC.
A CT I V E L EV EL
00%
CO O L LIM IT
50%
V A LV E E XE R C ISE
T I M E I NT ER VA L
5d
CA C US E
Mode indications of the WISE sensor module
NO T P R E SE N T
V E NT B O O S T
ON
B O O S T D EL A Y
B O O S T T IME
7 2h
5m
CA C/ CO 2 A T U N OC C
NO T A C T IV E
APPLICATION
Select the application that corresponds with the description
in the table. The application defines how the external input
control of the master product is used (in older versions, the
aplication is only indicatad by numbers (0-7), however the
order corresponds to the table listings below, e.g. SLAVE = 3).
APPLICATION
Explanation/Function
NORMAL
Temperature control from the internal sensor.
EXTERNAL 0-10V External control with a 0-10 V DC signal.
LED Colour
Explanation
Green, solid
At normal functionality, during night
cooling, morning heat and vent boost.
Green, flashing During Startup (boot sequence).
Orange, solid
Commissioning mode, max. airflow
Orange,
flashing
During forced control, e.g. commissioning
mode (forced max. airflow), forced min.
airflow, forced occupancy, emergency or
manual damper positioning.
Red, solid
Supply voltage is too low or a function alarm.
Red/Green,
alternating
Comfort alarm, too high or low room
temperature or insufficient air quality.
TEMP SENSOR USE (from software version 5 or later) This
variable defines how the built-in temperature sensors are used.
This function is programmed from the factory.
Variable value Explanation/Function
DETECT Q
Air quality and internal temperature sensor.
SLAVE
Slave product.
0
ADAPT supply-air diffuser and ADAPT Damper
for supply-air with DETECT SME or DETECT T.
TUNE T
External room temperature setpoint adjuster.
1
ADAPT Extract and Damper for extract air.
DETECT T
External room temperature sensor.
2
ADAPT Damper for supply air.
DETECT RH
Humidity sensor & internal temperature sensor.
3
ADAPT Damper for extract air with DETECT T.
This function is not used in a standard setup.
4
ADAPT Damper for extract air with DETECT SME.
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In some configurations, this application can be used as a
ventilation function, i.e. external button for flow boost.
5-9
Not used in the current version.
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TUNE Adapt
HEATING (from software version 4 or later)
If the ADAPT controller is to be used for controlling
radiators, this function must be enabled (PRESENT/NOT
PRESENT), however radiator control cannot be combined
with 2-step cooling. For ADAPT products running verson
3, change-over can only be done in Modbus via variable
0x0006 (or correpsonding software, not via TUNE Adapt).
ACTUATOR TYPE
Here you can change the function of the vent type. The
default setting is NORMALLY CLOSED.
Parameter
Explanation/Function
NORMALLY CLOSED Deenergized closed valve.
NORMALLY OPEN
Deenergized open valve. Used for
heating systems with requirements for
secured heating during power down.
COOL PROTEC. (from software version 4 or later)
Cold down draught protection – the product can control
heating even if there is no heating load. This function is
used for reducing cold down draughts by the windows
(ACTIVE LEVEL). The heating control will be enabled to
the set-point level, e.g. 20%, until the cooling load has
reached 50% (COOL LIMIT).
VALVE EXCERCISE (from software version 4 or later)
During the summer half of the year, the valves may need
to be exercised so that they will not jam. The exercising
feature can be enabled by setting the time between these
occasions to >0. The time is set in 24 hour days, TIME
INTERVAL (0-14d). Exercising takes place by enabling the
valve output for 10 minutes. The function is activated as
standard. Activation takes place after the first occurance
of detected occupancy after the deadline.
CAC USE
Activation of the built-in air quality sensor in ADAPT Damper on the extract air duct (NOT PRESENT/USED).
VENT BOOST
Enables the function for forced airflow during a shorter time
(5 minutes) when the product has operated in unoccupied
mode longer than the set time (72 hours).
Parameter
Explanation/Function
ON/OFF
Activation of forced airflow
BOOST DELAY
Time limit for activation of the ventilation
boost function.
BOOST TIME
Time duration for forced airflow in minutes.
CAC/CO2 AT UNOCC
Provision for enabling the CAC/CO2 function when the ventilation system is operating in unoccupied mode
(NOT ACTIVE/ACTIVE).
TEST MENU
Intended for mandatory ventilation controls. The functions
are used for commissioning and performance checks. When
TEST MENU is selected, a warning is displayed to remind
you to be particularly cautious; changing any data in these
menus could cause the control system to stop operating.
TU N E A D A P T V 6.0
U S E R ME N U
A LA R M ME N U
C OMMIS S ION IN G
LA N GU A GE
A D V A N C E D ME N U
TE S T ME N U
* TE S T ME N U *
COMMISSIONING MODE
MA X FLOW
A IR FLOW
TE S T MOD E
D A MP E R P OS MA N
000l/s
OFF
0%
N IGH TC OOL
A U TO/MA N
A U TO
MOR N IN G H E A T
A U TO/MA N
A U TO
IN TE R N A L D C
29,3V
R E B OOT C ON TR OLLE R
N O/Y E S
NO
COMMISSIONING MODE
This function is used during the commissioning and
performance check phase. COMMISSIONING MODE is also
accessible via COMMISSIONING: AIRFLOWS: COMMISSIONING MODE . For more details on this feature see section,
AIRFLOWS: COMMISSIONING MODE on page 4.
TEST MODE
Test of the damper position (DAMPER POS MAN). With this
function, the damper position can be manually steered to
a fixed value within 0-100%. Do not forget to restore the
test mode to OFF setting after performing a test. When the
test mode is enabled, the product LED flashes orange.
NIGHTCOOL
This function is used for status reading and for testing of
the night cooling function, do not forget to set this function to AUTO after completing the test.
MORNING HEAT
This function is used for status reading and for testing the
morning heat function, do not forget to set this function to
AUTO after completing the test.
INTERNAL DC
Displays the internal voltage level of the controller, the
value should be inbetween 29-36 V DC in order to obtain
correct functionality.
REBOOT CONTROLLER
This function allows you to perform a restart of the controller in the product when not performing as expected (NO/
YES), e.g. due to many functions beeing changed. Restart
via this function does not reset changed/set functions.
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