NBIGS110 User Manual

NBIGS110 User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part-1 Setting up the controller
Contents and description of the iGS-110 Temp/RH smart controller
Tips on proper installation
Controller Outputs
Output 1 : Temperature control
Output 2 : Humidity control
Output 1 : Mixed control
Setting operating modes for output 1 and 2
Selecting the temperature units
Adjusting Day and Night Setpoint values
Display functions
Displaying the Dynamic Differential
Welcome to the world of smart climate control. We are pleased you have chosen the intelligent Growing Systems iGS-110 product to benefit from the
added yield and quality climate controlled environments can give you ! Apart
from its reliability and precision, you will benefit from incorporated smart features that will work with you to optimize your climate control.
The first part of this manual aims at giving you a quick start and a global
overview of all basic functions and configuration options. The second part will
give you a more detailed explanation on the control loops, configuration
options and smart features that the iGS-110 works with.
We are always interested in any comments or suggestions you might have.
Feel free to let us know at the following e-mail : [email protected]
Part-2 More on the iGS-110 Temp/RH smart controller
Temperature control sequence
Humidity control sequence
Mixed Temperature and Humidity Control Sequence
Dynamic Differential
Controller Hints
Error Messages
Maintenance and warnings
iGS-110 Specifications
iGS-50 Specifications
Safety notice
Product warranty
Product repairs
THE EQUIPMENT(S) PLUGGED TO THE IGS-25 OUTLETS AND
CONTROLLED BY THE IGS-110 MUST HAVE THEIR OWN
OVERHEATING PROTECTION BREAKER OR APPROPRIATE
DEVICE
iGS-110 Operating Modes
Temperature Control Modes
Relative Humidity Control Modes
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PART-1 SETTING UP THE CONTROLLER
Contents and description of the iGS-110 Temp/RH controller
The iGS-110 Temp/RH smart controller is composed of the following items :
The iGS-110 control
Four Digit numeric display
Select sensor key : Momentarily
depressing this key will change
the value displayed between
Humidity and Temperature.
Select Sensor light indicators :
The red lights indicate which sensor the display is about. To
change the display use the
SELECT SENSOR Key.
Modify Key : momentarily depressing this key will adjust the display
to show the value indicated by the
MODIFY light. Repeatedly hits on
this key will switch the modify
light from the top position to the
bottom and then back-up.
Internal fan air output
Output box connector
Up and Down keys :
Photosensor
use these keys to
scroll available values or operating Dust filter and air input
modes.
Modify light indicators : The red
lights indicate which value is
being displayed according to the
selected sensor. When none of
the Modify light indicators are on,
the sensor s real value is being
displayed.
iGS-25 Output box
Output #1 : Temperature control.
will turn on automatically according to operating
mode 1-xx.
Output #2 : Humidity control.
will turn on automatically according to operating
mode 2-xx.
The iGS-Ad1 AC adapter powers the
controller's electronics. It must be plugged
into the connector on the iGS-25's left side.
6 feet cable to connect with the
iGS-110 Temp/RH Controller
The product is completed by this user manual and a complimentary intelligent Growing Systems user sticker.
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Tips on proper installation
The iGS-110 temperature/humidity control box should be placed as close as
possible to the plant canopy where light can be sensed by the photosensor.
Taking care not to expose the controller too close to the air evacuation
points, heating/cooling and humidity management equipment. The control
box is equipped with an internal fan that speeds up sampling the air. Do not
expose these vent holes to potential sources of moisture or dirt. A lint filter is
held by Velcro pieces under the controller. The filter should never be removed
indefinitely.
Take care in not exposing the photosensor to insufficient light during the day
and light during the desired night cycle.
When fixing the control (iGS-110) and output (iGS- 25) box, take care in not
over-tightening the screws in the flap holes. The enclosure is made out of
solid ABS plastic but a strong compression impact with a big screw can crack
the enclosure. Make sure that the
wall upon which the control and
output boxes will be fixed is flat.
Take care in not bending the
enclosures.
The iGS- 25 output Box can be
fixed anywhere around the control
box without kinking or binding the
6 feet connection cable.
Once both enclosures are properly
installed, plug the 120 Volts power
cords into a 15 A 120 Volts electrical outlet. Then connect the cable
supplied with the controller into
the RJ-45 jack situated under each
enclosure (control and output
box). The controller will turn-on
and warm-up.
Disconnecting the cable from
either side will interrupt the controller s operation. Once reconnected the controller will reboot.
All operating modes and values
entered before the interruption
will be retrieved automatically
from memory.
Also refer to the safety notice on
page 12.
THE EQUIPMENT(S) PLUGGED TO THE IGS-25 OUTLETS AND
CONTROLLED BY THE IGS-015 MUST HAVE THEIR OWN
OVERHEATING PROTECTION BREAKER OR APPROPRIATE
DEVICE
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Controller outputs
Type of
control
It is now important to configure the controller s two(2) independent outputs
according to the grower s objectives. Output 1 (temperature control) can perform heating or cooling during the day, the night or day and night. Output 2
(humidity control) can humidify or dehumidify also during the day, the night
or day and night. Both outputs also offer timer associated functions.
Output 1 : Temperature output control configuration.
The output labeled as number 1 performs the functions associated with the
temperature control. Usually, if output 1 is configured to heat your grow
room, you will plug a heater into the outlet 1. On the other hand, if output 1
is configured to cool your room, you will plug a cooling unit into it.
The temperature output can also be configured to be independent or dependent of the humidity output. When independent, output 1 will control the
heater-cooler without considering the actual humidity output status. When
dependent, the temperature output will control the heater-cooler only when
the humidity output is OFF ; when an additional delay is selected (see the
table below), the temperature output will be enable to turn ON only 5 or 10
minutes after the humidity output just turned OFF.
Type of
control
Heating
Cooling
Output 1 (Temp) turns OFF while
RH output is ON
Output 1 (Temp) is independent
of RH control
Additional OFF delay >
Day only
Night only
Day and night
Day only
Night only
Day and night
0 min.
1-01
1-11
1-21
1-31
1-41
1-51
1-04
1-14
1-24
1-34
1-44
1-54*
5 min.
1-02
1-12
1-22
1-32
1-42
1-52
Additional OFF delay > 0 min.
Day only
Humidify Night only
Day and night
Day only
Dehumidify Night only
Day and night
2-04
2-14
2-24
2-34
2-44
2-54*
2-01
2-11
2-21
2-31
2-41
2-51
5 min. 10 min.
2-02
2-03
2-12
2-13
2-22
2-23
2-32
2-33
2-42
2-43
2-52
2-53
* Factory default
Operating mode 2-____
Output 1 : mixed control
Output 1 can also perform a mixed type of control that can be used to cool
and dehumidify your grow room. For more details, refer to section Combined
Temperature and Humidity Control Sequence on page 9.
Type of control
Output 1 independent of Output 2
Cooling
Day only
1-61
and
Night only
1-62
Dehumidifying
Day and Night
1-63
Operating mode 1-____
10 min.
1-03
1-13
1-23
1-33
1-43
1-53
* Factory default
Operating mode 1-____
Output 2 : Humidity output control configuration.
The output labeled as number 2 performs control over the humidity management equipment that can be used when controlling relative humidity levels
in your grow room.
As for the temperature output, the humidity output can also be configured to
be independent or dependent of the temperature output. When independent,
output 2 will control the humidity management equipment without considering the actual heater-cooler status. When dependent, the humidity sensor will
control its output only when the temperature output is OFF ; once again, when
an additional delay is selected (see the table below), the humidity output will
be enable to turn ON only 5 or 10 minutes after the temperature output just
turned OFF.
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Output 2 (RH) is indepen- Output 2 (RH) turns OFF
dent of Temp control
while Temp output is ON
Setting operating modes for output 1 and 2
Once you have chosen the operating mode associated with the role you want
each output to perform you have to enter it into the controller.
Temperature control operating mode :
1- Depress repeatedly if necessary the MODIFY
key until operating mode light turns ON.
2- Depress repeatedly if necessary the SELECT
SENSOR key until the Temp C or Temp F indicator light turns ON. The display will show the
configuration value 1-04.
3- To change the value of the temperature operating mode, simply use the UP and DOWN keys
until the desired code is displayed.
Temperature control operating mode :
1- Depress repeatedly if necessary the MODIFY
key until operating mode light turns ON.
2- Depress repeatedly if necessary SELECT SENSOR key until the %RH indicator light turns on.
3- The display will show the configuration value
2-04.
4- To change the value of the temperature control configuration code, simply use the UP and
DOWN keys until the desired code is displayed.
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Selecting the temperature units
Displaying the Dynamic Differential
The iGS-110 is able to display the current temperature, setpoint and logged
data values either in Celsius ( C) or Fahrenheit ( F). The user selected units
will be maintained even if the controller is turned OFF and ON again, as well
as all other user settings.
The procedure below will allow the user to select his preferred temperature
units (default is C). Once selected, the actual temperature will still be displayed either in C or F at all times, as selected by the SELECT SENSOR key ;
however, all MODIFY functions will be available only when the user preferred
unit light (Temp C or Temp F) is ON, as chosen by the SELECT SENSOR
key.To change the temperature units :
To set the iGS-110 to Celsius, depress the SELECT SENSOR key until the TEMP C
light is ON, and make sure that all MODIFY lights are OFF. Then keep the MODIFY key depressed for 3 seconds until you see [Cels] on the display. You can then
release the key and the iGS-110 will resume operation displaying all temperature values in Celsius.
To set the iGS-110 to Fahrenheit, depress the SELECT SENSOR key until the
TEMP F light is ON, and make sure that all MODIFY lights are OFF. Then keep
the MODIFY key depressed for 3 seconds until you see [Fahr] on the display.
You can then release the key and the iGS-110 will resume operation displaying all temperature values in Fahrenheit.
The Dynamic Differential is the window of operation that the controller will
have chosen to optimize setpoint fidelity without provoking annoying repetitive switching or setpoint over and undershoots. The value takes approximately a full day of normal operation of your grow room to stabilize. The
smaller your Dynamic Differential is, the better the overall grow room equipment is tuned. The Dynamic Differential will vary automatically to change
upon room sizes, heater-cooler power and location, ventilation apparatus,
control sequence and room insulation.
1- In order to display the current Dynamic
Differential for each controlled output
(Temperature and Relative humidity), depress
repeatedly if necessary the MODIFY key until the
Differential light turns ON.
The controller will display the Temp Differential if any Temp sensor is selected and the Relative humidity differential if the Humidity sensor is chosen (use
SENSOR SELECT key).
Adjusting day and night setpoint values
To set your target Temp and RH levels for the daytime :
1- Depress repeatedly if necessary the MODIFY
key until the SETPOINT light comes on. The SETPOINT value will be displayed according to which
sensor is selected (use the SENSOR SELECT key).
2- To change that value, simply use the UP and
DOWN keys.
Holding the UP or DOWN button for more than 4 seconds will increase the
speed at which the value will be modified.
To set your target Temp and RH levels for the night :
1- Depress repeatedly if necessary the MODIFY
key until the NIGHT SETPOINT light indicator
turns on. The night setpoint value will be displayed according to which sensor is selected (use
the SENSOR SELECT key).
2- Use the UP and DOWN keys to change the current NIGHT SETPOINT value.
Setpoints adjustments for temperature control is adjusted through 0.5 C/1.0 F
increments. Going over 50 C/ 122 F will rollover the display to - 20 C/-4 F.
Display functions
The controller will flash the temperature (output 1) or relative humidity (output 2) readings on the display when their respective output is activated.
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When you chose the controller to control RH or Temp levels day and night the
controller will use the setpoint value during the day and the night setpoint
value during the night even when in day and night modes.
PART-2 MORE ON THE iGS-110
Temperature Control sequence
When the controller is configured heat your grow room, it will activate both
slots of output 1 (Temp control) when the sensor detects levels under the
user defined levels minus the Dynamic Differential. The Dynamic Differential
is subtracted to the setpoint to determine at what level the heating equipment has to stop to attain the actual valid setpoint without over or undershooting (warm air might move slowly in your grow room).
When on the other hand the controller is configured to cool down your grow
room, it will activate both slots of output 1 (Temp control) when the sensor
detects levels over the user defined setpoint plus the Dynamic Differential. The
Dynamic Differential is added to the actual valid setpoint to determine when to
stop the cooling equipment without under or overshooting.
Humidity control sequence
The humidity control loop uses the same algorithm has the Temp control loop.
If configured to dehumidify, the controller will activate output 2 whenever the
relative temperature rises over the user setpoint plus the Dynamic differential
value. If configured to humidify, the controller will activate output 2 whenever
the relative temperature falls below the user setpoint minus the Temp
Dynamic Differential.
Keep in mind that if a special timer delay or priority mode was selected (see
output 1 and 2 operating modes) the outputs will respond according to the
operating mode (extra OFF timer delay, Temp or RH output priority).
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Mixed Temperature and Humidity Control Sequence
Controller hints
Cooling and dehumidifying is often performed simultaneously by the same
venting equipment. You can select this combined mode by setting one of the
following Control Mode numbers for Output 1 :
1-61
Day Cooling and Dehumidifying
1-62
Night Cooling and Dehumidifying
1-63
24 H Cooling and Dehumidifying
When any Cooling and Dehumidifying mode is used, the Output 1 will activate
the equipment as soon as the temperature is above the temperature setpoint
OR the humidity is above the humidity setpoint. However, the Output 1 will not
be deactivated until both conditions have been reached, that is, until the temperature and the humidity are below their respective setpoint.
When using any of these 3 modes, take note that the Output 2 will then be
forced to operate independently of the Output 1, thus forcing its Control Mode
number to either 2-04, 2-14, 2-24, 2-34, 2-44 or 2-54. For instance, if Output 2
Control Mode number prior to change was 2-22, then the forced mode will be
2-24 ; or if it was 2-41, it will be forced to 2-44 : in short only the last digit will
be forced to 4 . Refer to pages 13 and 14 of the User manual to see the complete list of the available Control Mode numbers.
Also take note that the humidity setpoint will be the same for Output 1 and
Output 2. For instance, if you want to perform a 2-stage 24-hour Dehumidifying
setup, you must connect one fan in each output and set your Output 1 to mode
1-63 (Cooling and Dehumidifying 24 H) and Output 2 to mode 2-54
(Dehumidifying 24 H). Then, only Output 1 fan will be on when it s too hot, and
both fans will be on when it s too humid.
In a second example, you may need to connect a fan in Output 1 and a humidifier in Output 2. By selecting the operating modes 1-63 (Cooling and
Dehumidifying 24 H) and 2-24 (Humidifying 24 H), the iGS-110 will activate the
fan when it s too hot or too humid. However, if you reach a condition where it s
too hot and too dry, the Output 1 fan will take care to cool the room, while
Output 2 will take care to humidify it.
The controller can display hints that help the grower in assessing the efficiency of his climate control set-up.
1- To view the Hint codes depress, repeatedly if
necessary, the MODIFY key until the DIFFERENTIAL
light turns ON.
2- Choose which sensor hint codes you desire by
depressing the SENSOR SELECT key (Temp or RH).
3- Use the UP and DOWN keys to toggles between
hint codes.
Note : The hint codes will only be available after 4 full control cycles, (watch
for the blinking rightmost dot on the display).
Dynamic Differential
The iGS-110 controller performs its duties according to a special dynamic differential adjustment algorithm.
The controller will automatically adjust the operational differential when the Temp
levels overshoot or undershoot the desired setpoint level (or night setpoint during
the night). This dynamic algorithm adjusts the working parameters of the controller
to the reality found in your grow room. It can vary between 1 C and 10 C/2 F and
18 F (actually the maximum Dynamic Differential will be the biggest value between
20% of the setpoint or 10 C/18 F). The controller will always aim at not climbing
higher than the used setpoint addedwith a 1 C/2 F. In the case of cooling, the 1
C/2 F will be substracted to the setpoint. When controlling temperature levels, the
controller will apply the same algorithm. In this case, the Dynamic Differential will
vary between 3 and 20% over the entire Relative Humidity range (0-100%).
If the controller is set to heat the room at 20 C, the Dynamic
Differential will modify itself until the control sequence never overshoots 21 C when heating and undershoots 19 C when cooling.
Write them down and check in the next table. More information to properly
analyze performance is available on the following web site www.igrowing.ca
(October 2002) .
Hint #
H-01
H-02
H-03
H-04
H-05
H-06
H-11
H-12
H-13
H-14
H-15
H-16
Description of TEMP hint codes
TEMP output is ON from 0 to 19 % of the time
TEMP output is ON from 20 to 39 % of the time
TEMP output is ON from 40 to 59 % of the time
TEMP output is ON from 60 to 79 % of the time
TEMP output is ON from 80 to 100 % of the time
Current ON-time for TEMP output is at least 4 times the average ON-time
Total differential is between 2.0 C and 2.9 C (3.8 F and 5.2 F)
Total differential is between 3.0 C and 4.4 C (5.6 F and 7.9 F)
Total differential is between 4.5 C and 5.9 C (8.0 F and 10.6 F)
Total differential is between 6.0 C and 7.4 C (10.7 F and 13.3 F)
Total differential is between 7.5 C and 8.9 C (13.4 F and 16.0 F)
Total differential is 9 C and up (16.1 F and up)
Note : The total differential equals the Dynamic Differential plus 1 C/2 F.
Hint #
H-21
H-22
H-23
H-24
H-25
H-26
H-31
H-32
H-33
H-34
H-35
H-36
Description of RH hint codes
RH output is ON from 0 to 19 % of the time
RH output is ON from 20 to 39 % of the time
RH output is ON from 40 to 59 % of the time
RH output is ON from 60 to 79 % of the time
RH output is ON from 80 to 100 % of the time
Current ON-time for RH output is at least 4 times the average ON-time
Total differential is 5 % or better
Total differential is between 6 % and 8 %
Total differential is between 9 % and 11 %
Total differential is between 12 % and 14 %
Total differential is between 15 % and 17 %
Total differential is 18 % and up
Note : The total differential equals the Dynamic Differential plus 1 %.
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Error Messages
Safety Notice
As the controller performs its operating functions it will continuously check
itself for system faults. When a fault is detected the controller will flash an
error code at least once every 32 seconds. The following table describes the
error codes :
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Error # Name
4
Conditions to SET
Conditions to RESET
Climate Sensor malfunction Climate sensor is out of Climate sensor resumed
operation
order
Maintenance and warnings
The controller needs a change or clean of the lint air filter situated at the bottom of the controller enclosure. Keeping the filter free of debris will improve
the controller s work and prolong the products lifetime.
Keep the photo-sensor clear of debris or dirt.
Take care in not directing a water jet towards the control box (iGS-110) and
the output box (iGS-50). These enclosures can withstand light splashing but
should not be drenched with water to protect the internal sensor and circuitry and prevent possible electrical hazards.
The maximum current allowed for all the devices connected to all 120 V outlets should never exceed a total of 12A.
iGS-110 Specifications
Input
Internal Fan
Temperature range
Temperature precision
Temperature calibration
RH range
RH precision
RH calibration
Front Panel
Operating temperature
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
15 VDC 400mA
3-5 cfm (with lint filter)
-20 C to 50 C/-4 F to 122 F
–1 C/–2 F
factory calibrated, 5 year
0-100%
–3.5%
factory calibrated, 3-5 years
Splashproof keyboard membrane
0-60 C, 0-95% (non-condensing)
Input
Output Voltage
Output Maximum Current :
:
:
120 V 60 H z 15 A
120 V 60 Hz
Load Type
General purpose (inductive)
Resistive
Motor
Current Rating
15 A total for both duplex receptacles
15 A total for both duplex receptacles
1/2 HP total for both duplex receptacles
iGS-50 Specifications
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Output Box Safe Installation
The iGS-50 Output Box must be mounted on a vertical wall using 4 wood
screws provided with the unit. We recommend that the Output Box be located
at no more than 5 feet from a standard 125 V 15 A electrical receptacle due
to the length of the attached power cord.Control Box Safe Installation
The iGS Control Box (iGS-1X0 and iGS-2X0 Series) must also be mounted on a
vertical wall using 4 wood screws provided with the unit. We recommend that
the Control Box be located at the eye level at no more than 6 feet from the
Output Box due to the length of the included interconnection cable. We also
recommend to disconnect the cable between both boxes before servicing.
Product warranty
Nova Biomatique inc. warrants their intelligent Growing Systems controllers
and accessories to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of 3 years from the date of original purchase (proof of purchase needed).
The warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the product. The warranty is limited to the repair or replacement, at Nova Biomatique s discretion,
of any defective part of the controller or accessories which are covered by the
warranty. The warranty does not cover the following : defects resulting from
installation, shipping (insurance is recommended), misuse, negligence or
tampering, or improper use.
Product repairs
Nova Biomatique inc. will repair the intelligent Growing Systems controllers
within 10 days of reception at our offices. For repairs not covered by the warranty, the customer will be contacted and informed on the cost and delays and
will be asked for a verbal approval. Only when the customer agrees to the
repairs in question will the controller be repaired. Shipping fees are the customer responsabilty except in the case of a repair covered by the warranty
where Nova Biomatique inc. will assume the return shipping fees only.
To send for repairs or upgrades, you must call for a product return number.
This call will insure that we have all the information necessary to properly
diagnose your controller and to send it back to you.
Toll free line: 1-888-577-6274
Nova Biomatique
155b, Avenue Industrielle, La Pocati re,
Quebec, Canada, G0R 1Z0
[email protected]
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Relative Humidity Control Modes
iGS-110 Operating Modes
Temperature Control Modes
Control mode number is 2- HH
Control mode number is 1- TT
HH
TT
01
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
Day
02
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
Heatstat
03
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
04
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
11
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
Night
12
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
Heatstat
13
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
14
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
21
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
24 H
22
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
Heatstat
23
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
24
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
31
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
32
Day
Coolstat
Day
Humidifier
Night
Humidifier
24H
Humidifier
01
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
02
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
03
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
04
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
11
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
12
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
13
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
14
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
21
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
22
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
23
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
24
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
31
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
32
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
33
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
34
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
33
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
41
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
42
34
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
43
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
44
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
41
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
NIght
42
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
Coolstat
43
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
44
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
51
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON
24H
52
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 5 min.
Coolstat
53
Turn TEMP output OFF while RH is ON + 10 min.
54
TEMP output is fully independent of RH control
Coolstat
61
Day
and
62
Night
Dehumidifier
63
Day and night
13
Day
Dehumidifier
NIght
Dehumidifier
24H
Dehumidifier
51
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON
52
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 5 min.
53
Turn RH output OFF while TEMP is ON + 10 min.
54
RH output is fully independent of TEMP control
Notes :
1- When Temp Control Mode is 1-x4 (eg. 1-04 or 1-14 or 1-54) and RH Control Mode is
2-x4 (eg. 2-24 or 2-44), then both outputs can be activated simultaneously and independently.
2- When Temp Control Mode is 1-x4 and RH Control Mode is different from 2-x4, then
Temp output is given the highest priority and will turn the RH output OFF whenever
Temp control is required.
3- When RH Control Mode is 2-x4 and Temp Control Mode is different from 1-x4, then
RH output is given the highest priority and will turn the Temp output OFF whenever RH
control is required.
4- When both Control Modes are different from 1-x4 or 2-x4, then both outputs are
given the same low priority, meaning that only one output can be activated at a time on
a first need/first served basis.
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