IC-410ND

IC-410ND
CONTROL LOGIC DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT
IC-410ND
Configuration # : 41G20F0
Input/output table:
Inputs
Inside Temperature Probe
Chimney Temperature Probe
Qty
3
1
Outputs
Inflatable Balloon
Chimney Activator
Alarm
Required equipment:
Item
Description
IC-410ND
Intelligent Control, 4 Inputs/10 Outputs
(Without LCD)
CM3-2
2 ON/OFF stage module 3Amps
2004-1K
Temperature Probe (-6.0 to 168.6°F)
Configuration revision:
Version
Date
F0
2005/11/21
41G20F0
Qty
8
1
1
Qty
1
1
4
Modification
New, from 41G02F4.
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1. INTRODUCTION
The IC-410ND is a programmable regulator that can be used in different types of buildings simply by
changing its logic, called “configuration”. The logic configuration is a program that creates a relationship
between the inputs and the parameters to activate the outputs. This program is memorized in a module
identified by a configuration number. We kindly ask you to mention this number when discussing with
your supplier.
For proper installation and full understanding of your IC-410ND, it is important for you to read the IC410ND User’s Manual and this Control Logic Document. The User’s Manual informs you on safety
issues, warranty, sensors, adjustments of parameters and many other characteristics of the IC-410ND.
However, this document explains all particularities of this configuration logic.
Definition
Throughout this document, the following terminology is used.
-DRT → Desired Room Temperature. This is the temperature goal for the room and also the reference
temperature for all relative settings. Note that the DRT is affected by the growth curve
function, see also Growth Curve Function paragraph in the IC-410ND manual.
-RSP → Relative Set Point. Number of degrees relative to the DRT where a function begins.
-Diff → Differential is the number of degrees changed before stopping the output. For example, with a
differential = 1.0°F, the IC-410ND turns on a fan at 70.0°F when the temperature increases, but
it will shut off at 69.0°F when the room is cooling down. The differential is necessary to avoid
oscillations.
Expressions in ITALICS are user’s parameters whereas expressions in COURIER are supervisor’s
parameter. Supervisor’s parameters are read-only for the user.
Ventilation System Overview
This configuration controls 3 zones (A, B and C). Each zone is equipped with a temperature probe. Zone A and
B each contain a balloon with 3 stages, zone C contains a balloon with 2 stages. There is also a drying logic for
every zone. The chimney activator works with the chimney temperature.
IMPORTANT NOTES :
The inlet closes when balloon inflates and opens when balloon deflates in natural ventilation.
2 stages of the same inflatable balloon can not activate to inflate or deflate at the same time. A fixed
delay of 5 minutes will always separate the activation of each stage.
The stages must have ascending RSP, the stage 1 must have the lowest RSP and stage 3 the highest
RSP. If done otherwise, the balloons will operate erratically.
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2. DESCRIPTION OF THE LOGIC
This configuration uses the Fahrenheit degree.
Parameter 1
CLOCK
Give the time in 24-hour format.
F2: ADJUST MINUTES
Adjust minutes for CLOCK function.
F3: ADJUST HOURS
Adjust hours for CLOCK function.
Parameters 2-4:
TEMPERATURE ZONE A (B,C)
These parameters display the respective zone temperature. The TEMPERATURE ZONE A (B,C) is
used to control the respective zone balloon. These parameters are displayed to the nearest 0.1°F from
-6.0°F to 168.6°F.
F3: See note 1.
Parameter 5:
CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE
This parameter displays the chimney temperature. The CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE is used to
control the chimney activator. This temperature is displayed to the nearest 0.1°F from -6.0°F to
168.6°F.
F3: See note 1.
Note 1: HI/LO
In addition to the readout of the probe, the parameter can record the lowest and highest values
reached. To access the Hi/Lo function, press F3. To clear the respective Hi/Lo values, after pressing
F3, press and hold the + and - buttons until CLR appears on the LED display.
Parameter 6:
DESIRED ROOM TEMPERATURE ZONE A (DRT ZONE A)
This parameter establishes the target room temperature zone A. The DRT ZONE A is used as a
reference point for other relative set points (RSP) of zone A. This parameter also establishes the
relative temperature at which inflatable balloon A stage 1 will deflate. When TEMPERATURE
ZONE A is higher or equal to DRT ZONE A, balloon A stage 1 deflates (output deactivated) to allow
air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between the
deflation/inflation steps. Stage 2 RSP must be set higher than DRT ZONE A. This parameter is
adjusted in 0.1°F increments from 32.0°F to 120.0°F.
Parameter 7:
DESIRED ROOM TEMPERATURE ZONE B (DRT ZONE B)
This parameter establishes the target room temperature zone B. The DRT ZONE B is used as a
reference point for other relative set points (RSP) of zone B. This parameter also establishes the
relative temperature at which inflatable balloon B stage 1 will deflate. When TEMPERATURE
ZONE B is higher or equal to DRT ZONE B, balloon A stage 1 deflates (output deactivated) to allow
air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between the
deflation/inflation steps. Stage 2 RSP must be set higher than DRT ZONE B. This parameter is
adjusted in 0.1°F increments from 32.0°F to 120.0°F.
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Parameter 8:
DESIRED ROOM TEMPERATURE ZONE C (DRT ZONE C)
This parameter establishes the target room temperature zone C. The DRT ZONE C is used as a
reference point for other relative set points (RSP) of zone C. This parameter also establishes the
relative temperature at which inflatable balloon C stage 1 will deflate. When TEMPERATURE
ZONE C is higher or equal to DRT ZONE C, balloon C stage 1 deflates (output deactivated) to allow
air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between the
deflation/inflation steps. Stage 2 RSP must be set higher than DRT ZONE C. This parameter is
adjusted in 0.1°F increments from 32.0°F to 120.0°F.
Parameter 9:
BALLOON A ST 2 RSP
This parameter establishes the relative temperature at which inflatable balloon A stage 2 will deflate.
When TEMPERATURE ZONE A is higher than or equal to DRT ZONE A + BALLOON A ST 2
RSP, balloon A stage 2 deflates (output deactivated) to allow air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed
differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between deflations of stage 1 and stage 2 to
maintain appropriate behavior. There is also a 5-minute delay between inflations of stage 2 and stage
1. This parameter is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -10.0°F to 30.0°F.
F2: BALLOON A ST 3 RSP
This parameter establishes the relative temperature at which inflatable balloon A stage 3 will deflate.
When TEMPERATURE ZONE A is higher than or equal to DRT ZONE A + BALLOON A ST 3
RSP, balloon A stage 3 deflates (output deactivated) to allow air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed
differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between deflations of stage 2 and stage 3 to
maintain appropriate behavior. There is also a 5-minute delay between inflations of stage 3 and stage
2. This parameter is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -10.0°F to 30.0°F.
Parameter 10:
BALLOON B ST 2 RSP
This parameter establishes the relative temperature at which inflatable balloon B stage 2 will deflate.
When TEMPERATURE ZONE B is higher than or equal to DRT ZONE B + BALLOON B ST 2
RSP, balloon B stage 2 deflates (output deactivated) to allow air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed
differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between deflations of stage 1 and stage 2 to
maintain appropriate behavior. There is also a 5-minute delay between inflations of stage 2 and stage
1. This parameter is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -10.0°F to 30.0°F.
F2: BALLOON B ST 3 RSP
This parameter establishes the relative temperature at which inflatable balloon B stage 3 will deflate.
When TEMPERATURE ZONE B is higher than or equal to DRT ZONE B + BALLOON B ST 3
RSP, balloon B stage 3 deflates (output deactivated) to allow air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed
differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between deflations of stage 2 and stage 3 to
maintain appropriate behavior. There is also a 5-minute delay between inflations of stage 3 and stage
2. This parameter is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -10.0°F to 30.0°F.
Parameter 11:
BALLOON C ST 2 RSP
This parameter establishes the relative temperature at which inflatable balloon C stage 2 will deflate.
When TEMPERATURE ZONE C is higher than or equal to DRT ZONE C + BALLOON C ST 2
RSP, balloon C stage 2 deflates (output deactivated) to allow air out. There is a 0.5°F fixed
differential on this logic. There is a 5-minute delay between deflations of stage 1 and stage 2 to
maintain appropriate behavior. There is also a 5-minute delay between inflations of stage 2 and stage
1. This parameter is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -10.0°F to 30.0°F.
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Parameter 12:
CHIMNEY DRT
This parameter establishes the desired room temperature for the chimney. When the CHIMNEY
TEMPERATURE is below CHIMNEY DRT - 0.5°F, the chimney activator is closed by a timer. If
the CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE is higher than CHIMNEY DRT + 0.5°F, the chimney activator is
opened by a timer. If the CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE is between (CHIMNEY DRT - 0.5°F) and
(CHIMNEY DRT + 0.5°F), the chimney activator won’t move, this is the deadband. This parameter is
adjusted in 0.1°F increments from 32.0°F to 120.0 °F.
Parameter 13:
CHIMNEY TIME ON
This parameter establishes the activation time of the chimney timer. When the CHIMNEY
TEMPERATURE is outside the deadband, the chimney will open or close for a time (CHIMNEY
TIME ON) and stay still for a time (CHIMNEY PERIOD - CHIMNEY TIME ON). This parameter
is adjusted in 1 second increments from OFF, 1 to 1200 seconds.
F2: CHIMNEY PERIOD
This parameter establishes the time period of the chimney timer. This parameter is adjusted in 1
minute increments from 1 to 20 minutes.
Ex: CHIMNEY DRT = 72.0°F,
CHIMNEY TIME ON = 60 seconds,
CHIMNEY PERIOD = 2 min.
The chimney activator will react as follows:
- Higher than 72.5 °F, the chimney activator will open for a period of 1 minute and will not move for 1
minute. This cycle will continue as long as the CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE stays higher than
72.5°F.
- Between 71.5°F and 72.5°F, the chimney activator will not move.
- Under 71.5°F, the chimney activator will close for a period of 1 minute and will not move for 1 min.
This cycle will continue as long as the CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE stays under 71.5°F
Parameter 14:
F2(1): DRYING TIME ON
This parameter establishes the time that the drying period will last. When the CLOCK reaches
DRYING ZONE A (B or C) START all stages of the respective zone will activate without delay for
a time DRYING TIME ON. This parameter is adjusted in 1-minute increments from OFF/1 to 30
minutes.
F2(2): DRYING ZONE A START
This parameter establishes the drying activation time of balloon zone A. When set to OFF, there is no
drying for balloon zone A. This parameter is adjusted in 15-minute increments from OFF/00:00 to
23:45.
F2(3): DRYING ZONE B START
This parameter establishes the drying activation time of balloon zone B. When set to OFF, there is no
drying for zone balloon B. This parameter is adjusted in 15-minute increments from OFF/00:00 to
23:45.
F2(4): DRYING ZONE C START
This parameter establishes the drying activation time of balloon zone C. When set to OFF, there is no
drying for balloon zone C. This parameter is adjusted in 15-minute increments from OFF/00:00 to
23:45.
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Parameter 15:
F2(1): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON A STAGE 1
F2(2): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON A STAGE 2
F2(3): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON A STAGE 3
F2(4): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON B STAGE 1
F2(5): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON B STAGE 2
F2(6): MANUAL OVERRIDE BALLOON B STAGE 3
These parameters are used to manually control the corresponding output:
AUTO = Corresponding output follows the configuration parameters (automatic mode).
0 (OFF) = Corresponding output is forced to stay off (manual mode).
ON = Corresponding output is forced to stay on (manual mode).
F2(7): MANUAL OVERRIDE CHIMNEY
These parameters are used to manually control the corresponding output:
AUTO = Chimney output follows the configuration parameters (automatic mode).
0 (Don’t move) = Chimney output is forced to keep its current position (manual mode).
1 (Close) = Chimney output is forced to close (manual mode).
OPEN = Chimney output is forced to open (manual mode).
Parameter 16:
F2(1): OPTION BALLOON A
F2(2): OPTION BALLOON B
F2(3): OPTION BALLOON C
F2(4): OPTION CHIMNEY
These parameters allows user to activate or deactivate the corresponding output and temperature
alarm. If set to ON, corresponding temperature alarm is made possible and output will follow
configuration parameters. If set to OFF, corresponding temperature alarm and output are deactivated.
This parameter can be set to ON or OFF.
F2(5): OPTION SYSTEM CHECK
This parameter allow user to activate or deactivate the system check value. If set to ON, SYSTEM
CHECK VALUE is activated. If set to OFF, SYSTEM CHECK VALUE is deactivated. In normal
operation of the system, this parameter must be set to OFF. This parameter is adjusted to OFF or
ON.
F2(6): SYSTEM CHECK VALUE
This parameter is used to simulate the temperature readings (A, B, C, chimney). If you wish to see
the reaction of the system at a particular room temperature, just set this parameter to the temperature
you want to test. Be sure to put OPTION SYSTEM CHECK parameter back to OFF when the
system check is not required anymore, otherwise the system will not follow the respective zone
temperature. The SYSTEM CHECK VALUE is adjusted in 0.1°F increments from -6.0°F to
168.6°F.
Parameter 17:
ALARM HI TEMP RSP
This parameter is used to adjust the high temperature limit. When a temperature (A, B, C, chimney)
is higher than ALARM HI TEMP RSP, the alarm will be activated. This parameter is adjusted in
0.1°F increments from 0.0°F to 40.0°F.
F2: ALARM LO TEMP RSP
This parameter is used to adjust the low temperature limit. When a temperature (A, B, C, chimney)
is lower than ALARM LO TEMP RSP, the alarm will be activated. This parameter is adjusted in
0.1°F increments from -20.0°F to -1.0°F.
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F3: ALARM RELAY
This parameter is used to deactivate the alarm relay by setting it to OFF. Note that it is not
recommended to deactivate the alarm relay.
Parameter 18:
SUPERVISOR CODE (ACCESS TO PROTECTED PARAMETERS)
When the supervisor code is ON, this means that the user has full access (FULL ACCESS ON) to
all adjustable parameters. In other words, all parameters that are adjustable by the user, including the
protected parameters, will be visible and flashing.
When the supervisor is OFF, this means that the user does not have full access (FULL ACCESS
OFF) to all of the adjustable parameters. In other words, if certain parameters are hidden in the
supervisor mode, they will remain invisible to the user, and the parameters protected by the
supervisor code will not flash, indicating that no modification can be performed on these parameters.
Su: ON = FULL ACCESS ON
Su OFF = FULL ACCESS OFF
To alter the supervisor mode, follow the code entry procedure as indicated below:
SUPERVISOR CODE: 10 20 0
Code Entry procedure:
1. Go to the Supervisor code parameter using the upper and lower arrows. The LED display will
show if the mode is FULL ACCESS ON (Su: ON) or FULL ACCESS OFF (Su: OFF).
2. To change the state of the supervisor mode (from Su : ON to Su : OFF or vice versa), press
the F2 button. The LED display shows “1: 00:” At this moment, enter the first number of
your supervisor code.
3. Press F2 again, and the LED display will show “2: 00:”
At this moment, enter the second number of your supervisor code.
4. Press F2 again, and the LED display will show “3: 00:”
At this moment, enter the third number of your supervisor code.
5. Finally, press F3 to validate the code entered.
6. If the code entered is incorrect, “ERR” will appear on the LED display.
At this point, verify your supervisor code and retry the code entry procedure.
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3. ALARM
The alarm relay is normally activated, but will be deactivated 5 seconds or more after a power failure or
after one of the following events:
a. IC-410ND has lost its power or has become defective,
b. A probe (A, B , C or chimney) is outside the following limits ALARM HI TEMP RSP or
ALARM LO TEMP RSP.
c. Any one of the temperature probes has become defective (short-circuit, open circuit,
variation of 20.0°F/minute).
ATTACHMENTS
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Wiring Diagram
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DESCRIPTIONS
PARAMETER TABLE
*
1. CLOCK
hh:mm
F2: Adjust Minutes
min
F3: Adjust Hours
hr
2. TEMPERATURE ZONE A deg. F
F2: Probe Input #
deg. F
F3: Hi/Lo
deg. F
3. TEMPERATURE ZONE B deg. F
F2: Probe Input #
deg. F
F3: Hi/Lo
deg. F
4. TEMPERATURE ZONE C deg. F
F2: Probe Input #
deg. F
F3: Hi/Lo
deg. F
5. CHIMNEY TEMPERATURE deg. F
F2: Probe Input #
deg. F
F3: Hi/Lo
deg. F
6. DRT ZONE A
deg. F
7. DRT ZONE B
deg. F
8. DRT ZONE C
deg. F
9. BALLOON A ST 2 RSP
deg. F
F2: Balloon A St 3 RSP
deg. F
10. BALLOON B ST 2 RSP
deg. F
F2: Balloon B St 3 RSP
deg. F
11. BALLOON C ST 2 RSP
deg. F
12. CHIMNEY DRT
deg. F
13. CHIMNEY TIME ON
sec
F2: Chimney Period
min
14. DRYING
F2(1): Drying Time ON
min
F2(2): Drying Zone A Start
hh:mm
F2(3): Drying Zone B Start
hh:mm
F2(4): Drying Zone C Start
hh:mm
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CLR
CLR
CLR
CLR
none
none
none
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VALUES
MIN
00:00
00
0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
-6.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
-10.0
-10.0
-10.0
-10.0
-10.0
32.0
OFF/1
1
MAX
23:59
59
23
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
168.6
120.0
120.0
120.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
120.0
1200
20
DEFAULT
00:00
00
0
*****
PRB1
*****
*****
PRB2
*****
*****
PRB3
*****
*****
PRB4
*****
70.0
70.0
70.0
3.0
5.0
3.0
5.0
3.0
73.0
120
5
OFF/1
OFF/00:00
OFF/00:00
OFF/00:00
30
23:45
23:45
23:45
30
00:00
2:00
4:00
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*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*
DESCRIPTIONS
15. MANUAL OVERRIDE
F2(1): Balloon A Stage 1
F2(2): Balloon A Stage 2
F2(3): Balloon A Stage 3
F2(4): Balloon B Stage 1
F2(5): Balloon B Stage 2
F2(6): Balloon B Stage 3
F2(7): Chimney
(0=Stop, 1=Close)
16. OPTIONS
F2(1): Option Balloon A
On/Off
F2(2): Option Balloon B
On/Off
F2(3): Option Balloon C
On/Off
F2(4): Option Chimney
On/Off
F2(5): Option System Check
On/Off
F2(6): System Check Value
deg. F
17. ALARM HI TEMP RSP
F2: Alarm Lo Temp RSP
F3: Alarm Relay
18. SUPERVISOR CODE
none
none
none
none
none
none
none
deg. F
deg. F
On/Off
VALUES
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
AUTO, 0
AUTO, 0
AUTO, 0
AUTO,0
AUTO, 0
AUTO, 0
AUTO, 0
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
1, OPEN
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
-6.0
168.6
70.0
0.0
40.0
15.0
-20.0
-1.0
-10.0
OFF
ON
ON
See parameter description for details
* Restriction legend of symbols
Adjustable by the user
none
Invisible to the user (visible & adjustable in supervisor mode)
Read only to the user (adjustable in supervisor mode)
Follows a growth curve (adjustable by user)
Cannot be changed
CLR
Clear Hi and Lo probe readings
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Clock
Temperature Zone A
Temperature Zone B
Temperature Zone C
Chimney Temperature
DRT Zone A
DRT Zone B
DRT Zone C
Balloon A RSP
Balloon B RSP
Balloon C RSP
Chimney DRT
Chimney Timer
Drying Settings
Manual Override
Options
Alarm
Supervisor Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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Clock
Temperature Zone A
Temperature Zone B
Temperature Zone C
Chimney Temperature
DRT Zone A
DRT Zone B
DRT Zone C
Balloon A RSP
Balloon B RSP
Balloon C RSP
Chimney DRT
Chimney Timer
Drying Settings
Manual Override
Options
Alarm
Supervisor Code
1
Balloon A Stage 1
1
Balloon A Stage 1
2
Balloon A Stage 2
2
Balloon A Stage 2
3
Balloon A Stage 3
3
Balloon A Stage 3
4
Balloon B Stage 1
4
Balloon B Stage 1
5
Balloon B Stage 2
5
Balloon B Stage 2
6
Balloon B Stage 3
6
Balloon B Stage 3
7
Chimney Open
7
Chimney Open
8
Chimney Close
8
Chimney Close
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WIRING DIAGRAM CONFIGURATION 41G20F0
PWR
GND
INTELLIGENT COMPUTER
THE IC-410ND MUST BE ON
AN INDEPENDENT CIRCUIT
8
PRB 1 PRB 2 PRB 3 PRB 4
11
MGCB
P0
IC-410ND
THESE MODULES MUST
BE ON SAME PHASE
AND LINE VOLTAGE
THAN THE IC-410ND
P1
P2
4
4
WARNING!!!
230V
SET LINE VOLTAGE
TO CORRECT VALUE BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE LINE VOLTAGE
THE COMPUTER.
SELECTOR
5
7
LINE AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 AUX 5
ALARM
NC C NO
115V/230V
AUX 6 AUX 7 AUX 8
NO C NO C NO C NO C NO C NO C NO C NO C
6
11
CM3-2
CHIMNEY TEMP
TEMP ZONE C
TEMP ZONE B
TEMP ZONE A
10
L2/N
CONTROL MODULE
4A @ 120/240VAC
1HP @ 240V
½HP @ 115V
L1
L2/N
L1
L2/N
L1
L2/N
L1
L2/N
L1
L2/N
L1
L2/N
L1
CHIMNEY
CLOSE
BALLOON A
STAGE 3
L2/N
L1
CHIMNEY
OPEN
9
BALLOON B
STAGE 1
+
L2/N
L1
R
L2/N
SEE NOTES ON NEXT PAGE
L1
Varifan
L2/N
L1
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FILE
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CONFIGURATION
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Electrician’s notes
wiring tips and hints (see guide for details)
1
(PROBE WIRING) SHIELDED WIRE AWG #18 WITH 16/30 STRANDING, 500FT/150M
MAXIMUM LENGTH. (Ex.: DECA 73-310)
For other probe, refer to specific probe manual for appropriate maximum length and wire size or use
AWG #18, 500FT/150M MAXIMUM LENGTH (whichever is shorter).
2
(COMMUNICATION WIRING) SHIELDED LOW CAPACITANCE WIRE, (Capacitance between
conductors @ 1Khz = 24PF/FT), TWISTED PAIR (8 twist/FT), AWG #18 TO 22, 750 FT/250 M MAX
LENGTH. (Ex.: BELDEN 8761)
3
HIGH VOLTAGE WIRE INSTALLED ACCORDING TO LOCAL WIRING CODE.
4
INSTALL LOW VOLTAGE WIRES (PROBES, COMPUTER LINK OR POTENTIOMETER WIRES)
AT LEAST 12 INCHES (30cm) AWAY FROM HIGH VOLTAGE WIRES (120/230VAC, 24VDC).
ALWAYS CROSS HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGE WIRES AT A 90-DEGREE ANGLE.
5
RELAYS: 10A @ 250VAC RESISTIVE, MOTOR 1HP @ 250VAC, 1/2HP 120VAC AT EACH
OUTPUT (AUX 1-8)
6
THE CURRENT SHALL NOT EXCEED 4A AT EACH OUTPUT (OUT 1-2).
7
MAXIMUM 2 WIRES OF SAME SIZE PER BLACK TERMINAL, NO BIGGER THAN AWG #12, NO
SMALLER THAN AWG #22.
8
1 WIRE ONLY PER GREEN TERMINAL. USE WIRE CONNECTOR IF YOU WANT TO CONNECT
MORE THAN 1 WIRE.
9
CHECK INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR ALARM WIRING.
10
USE SHIELD FOR SHIELDING PURPOSE ONLY. CONNECT THE SHIELD TO THE CONTROL
CIRCUIT COMMON END ONLY . NEVER LEAVE THE SHIELD UNCONNECTED AT BOTH
ENDS. NEVER CONNECT BOTH ENDS OF THE SHIELD TO COMMON . THE USE OF A
SHIELD FOR ALL PROBES AND POTENTIOMETERS IS MANDATORY.
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41G20F0
THESE MODULES MUST BE ON SAME POWER PHASE AND LINE VOLTAGE AS THE
CONTROLLER.
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