7800 SERIES
S7800A1142 Keyboard Display Module
PRODUCT DATA
The S7800A1142 KDM offers the following technical
advancements to the 7800 SERIES devices:
• Compatible with installed Honeywell 7800 SERIES
systems.
• When used with the new 7800 SERIES with Valve Proving
Feature, the KDM allows for programming the Valve
Proving Control feature and timing (Pass Code protected
feature).
• Allows for naming the S7830 Expanded Annunciator
terminals to match your system drawings. (Displayed
message only.)(Pass Code protected feature.)
• A three screen two-row by twenty-column readout set of
“Call Service” (Business Card) alpha/numeric directions
can be displayed instead of the standard lockout display
message. (Pass Code protected feature). This “business
card” can be cloned to other displays to save setup time.
• Enable ModBus Communication feature.
The Business Card (Call Service) and Expanded Annunciator
can be made up using:
APPLICATION
The S7800A1142 Keyboard Display Module (KDM) provides
current system status along with first-out annunciation and
system diagnosis using a two-row by twenty-column readout.
The KDM provides local or remote annunciation of operation
and fault information, remote reset, report generation, burner
control data and diagnostic information. The KDM is part of
the 7800 SERIES of microprocessor-based burner controls for
gas, oil, coal or combination fuel single burner applications.
The 7800 SERIES is programmed to provide a level of safety,
functional capabilities and features beyond the capacity of
conventional controls.
The S7800A1142 is required to program the Valve Proving
feature of select 7800 Series devices.
Contents
Application ........................................................................
Features ...........................................................................
Specifications ...................................................................
Ordering Information ........................................................
Installation ........................................................................
Wiring ...............................................................................
Troubleshooting ................................................................
Hold and Fault Message Summary ..................................
Appendix A: Display Setup ...............................................
Display Setup—CLONE ...............................
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2
2
3
4
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16
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25
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•
•
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Capital letters (A through Z).
Lower case letters (a through z).
Numbers (1 through 0).
Symbols (!, @, #, $,%, etc.).
Spanish symbols.
Programming can be done with the S7800 KDM mounted on a
7800 SERIES Relay Module or with a 13 Vdc power source
connected to the KDM through the 203541 5-wire connector.
Since your Business Card (Call Service) S7800A1142 will be
left at the job site, programming your personal three-number
password and personal lockout message can be set up ahead
of time without being connected to a 7800 SERIES device. A
clone function allows you to make multiple Business Cards
from the original display.
Contents
Appendix A: Display Setup—Clear All ..............................
Display Setup—CEA Assign .........................
Display Setup—CS ON/OFF ........................
Display Setup—CS EDIT ..............................
Appendix B: Valve Proving System ...................................
Setup of Valve Proving Function ..................
Appendix C: Setup of Post Purge .....................................
Appendix D: Expanded Annunciator Tables .....................
Appendix E: ModBus Function .........................................
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FEATURES
SPECIFICATIONS
• Application flexibility.
Electrical Ratings:
Voltage and Frequency: 13 Vdc peak full wave rectified
(+20%/-15%).
Power Dissipation: 7W maximum.
VA consumption: 2 VA maximum.
• Communication interface capability.
—
—
Through Q7700 Network Interface Unit
Through 203541 Connector on the ModBus data
highway.
• Dependable, long-term operation provided by
microcomputer technology.
Terminal Ratings:
Power: 13 Vdc peak full wave rectified.
Earth Ground.
• First-out annunciation and system diagnostics
provided by a 2-row by 20-column display.
Environmental Ratings:
Ambient Temperature Ranges:
Operating: -40°F (-40°C) to +140°F (+60°C).
Storage: -60°F (-51°C) to +150°F (+66°C).
Humidity: 85% relative humidity continuous, noncondensing.
• First-out expanded annunciation with 24 limit and
interlock Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs).
• Local or remote annunciation of operation and fault
information.
• UL NEMA Class 4 rating when p/n 204718A,C NEMA 4
cover is used.
• Remote reset.
NOTE: UL NEMA Class 4 rating when P/N 204718A,C
NEMA 4 Cover is used.
Vibration: 0.5G environment.
• Report generation.
• Burner controller data:
— Sequence status.
— Sequence time.
— Hold status.
— Lockout/alarm status.
— Flame signal strength.
— Expanded annunciator status.
— Total cycles of operation.
— Total hours of operation.
— Fault history of six most recent faults:
• Cycles of operation at time of fault.
• Expanded annunciator data at time of fault.
• Fault message and code.
• Hours of operation at time of fault.
• Sequence status at time of fault.
• Sequence time at time of fault.
— Diagnostic information:
• Device type.
• Flame amplifier type.
• Flame failure response time (FFRT).
• Manufacturing code.
• On-Off status of all digital inputs and outputs.
• PREPURGE time selected.
• Software revision and version of 7800 SERIES.
• Relay Module and KDM.
• Status of configuration jumpers.
• Status of Run/Test Switch.
Mechanical:
Dimensions: See Fig. 1.
Weight: 4 oz. (124 grams), unpacked.
Display:
40 character (2 rows by 20 columns).
Languages:
S7800A1142 English Language display.
Approvals:
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Listed: File No. MP268, guide
No. MCCZ.
Canadian Standards Association Certified: No. LR9S329-3.
Factory Mutual Approved: Report No. J.I.1V9A0.AF.
IRI: Acceptable.
Federal Communications Commission: Part 15, Class B emissions.
EN60730: For compliance with remote KDM mounting
requirements, provide electrical insulation separation by
insulation using double or reinforced insulation. Do this by:
Optically isolating the communication or remote reset lines
from the control cabinet, or provide physical separation
from the communication or remote display cover assembly
(part number 204718A) or other suitable enclosure that
meets the IP40 class of protection.
ORDERING INFORMATION
When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the
TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number.
If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or
phone:
1. Your local Honeywell Automation and Control Products Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).
2. Honeywell Customer Care
1885 Douglas Drive North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386
In Canada—Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9.
International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Australia, Canada, Finland, France,
Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, U.S.A.
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7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
Accessories:
203541 ControlBus™ 5-wire Electrical Connector.
S7810A1009 Data ControlBus™ Module.
203765 Remote Display Mounting Bracket.
221818A 60 in. (1.5 m) Extension Cable Assembly.
221818C 120 in. (3 m) Extension Cable Assembly.
204718A NEMA 4 Cover Assembly for S7800A KDM.
204718B NEMA 1 Cover Assembly for S7800A KDM.
204718C NEMA 4 Cover Assembly for S7800A KDM with reset
button.
205321B Remote Display Flush Mount Kit.
BURNER CONTROL
2-3/4
(69)
BACK
Edit:
-
ENTER
+
4-27/32 (123)
5/32
(4)
4-3/32 (104)
19/32
(15)
1-5/16
(49)
1-1/4
(32)
29/32
(23)
7/16 (11)
Vibration
2 -1 /3 2
(5 2 )
Do not install the S7800A where it can be subjected to
vibration in excess of 0.5G continuous maximum vibration.
29/32
(23)
5/32 (4)
15/32
(12)
3-7/8 (99)
13/
32
(11)
Weather
5/16
(8)
M22870
Fig. 1. Approximate dimensions of S7800A1142 in. (mm).
A. See Appendix A to set up the following features:
• Call Service (Business Card) information displayed
when burner system is in Lockout of the 7800 SERIES
device.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
Disconnect the power supply before beginning
installation to prevent electrical shock and equipment
damage. More than one power supply disconnect can
be involved.
When Installing This Product…
2.
3.
4.
The S7800A is not designed to be weather tight. If installed
outdoors, the S7800A must be protected by an approved
weather-tight enclosure such as the 204718A or 204718C
NEMA 4 Enclosure listed in Accessories.
S7800A1142 Embedded Features
INSTALLATION
1.
IMPORTANT
1. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, can cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device of Part 15 of FCC rules which are
designed to provided reasonable protection against
such interference when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area can cause interference, in which case,
users, at their own expense, can be required to take
whatever measures are required to correct this interference.
2. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B
limits for radio noise for digital apparatus set out in the
Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
Install the S7800A where the relative humidity never reaches
the saturation point. The S7800 is designed to operate in a
maximum 85% RH continuous, noncondensing, moisture
environment.
1/2
(13)
2-7/16 (62)
6.
Be sure wiring complies with all applicable codes,
ordinances and regulations.
See Fig. 5, 6 and 7 for S7800A unique wiring
connections.
Humidity
5/16
(8)
1-1/32
(26)
5.
Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them
could damage the product or cause a hazardous condition.
Check the ratings given in the instructions and marked
on the product to make sure the product is suitable for
your application.
Installer must be a trained, experienced, flame safeguard
service technician.
After installation is complete, check out the product operation as provided in these instructions.
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• Customizing of Expanded Annunciator (S7830)
message to match a given installed limit string. If
ModBus Feature is required, use S7810M1003 ModBus
Module.
• ModBus communication setup and enable feature:
Note that this will occupy terminals 1, 2, 3 of the 203541
Connector on the KDM, which disables the Expanded
Annunciator Features.
SERVICE NOTE:
The S7800A1142 can either do the Expanded Annunciator
Feature or ModBus -- not both. If BOTH are required, order
the S7810M1003 ModBus Module for the ModBus option.
B. The S7800A1142 KDM is also used to program the Valve
Proving and Post-purge feature of Select RM7800 SERIES
devices. See Appendix C and D.
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Mounting KDM on 7800 SERIES Relay Module.
1.
Align the two interlocking ears of the KDM with the two
mating slots on the 7800 SERIES Relay Module. See
Fig. 2.
4.
5.
6.
Drill the pilot holes for the mounting screws.
Cut holes in the door panel for the interlocking ears and
the two plug-in connectors.
Mount the KDM, securing it with the two screws provided
in the KDM bag assembly.
Remote Display Mounting Bracket
Use the 203765 Remote Display Mounting Bracket when
mounting the KDM on a wall or remote location:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Use the 203765 Remote Display Mounting Bracket as a
template to mark the four screw locations.
Drill the pilot holes for the four mounting screws.
Mount the 203765 Remote Display Mounting Bracket by
securing the four no. 6 screws (M3.5 x 0.6). See Fig. 4.
Mount the KDM by aligning the two interlocking ears with
the two mating slots on the remote mounting bracket.
Insert the two interlocking ears into the two mating slots.
Push on the lower corners of the KDM to secure it to the
remote mounting bracket.
Make sure the KDM is firmly in place.
Fig. 2. Keyboard Display Module mounting.
2.
3.
Insert the two interlocking ears into the two mating slots
and, with a hinge action, push on the lower corners of
the KDM to secure it to the 7800 SERIES Relay Module.
Make sure the KDM is firmly in place.
Remote Mounting KDM
The KDM can be mounted either on the face of a panel door or
on other remote locations. See Fig. 3. When mounting the
KDM on the face of a door panel, closely follow these
instructions:
Door Panel Mounting
Fig. 4. Remote mounting of a Keyboard Display Module
using a 203765 Remote Display Mounting Bracket.
WIRING
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause severe injury or death.
To prevent electrical shock and equipment damage,
disconnect the power supply from the main disconnect
before beginning installation. More than one disconnect
can be involved.
Fig. 3. Panel mounting of a Keyboard Display Module.
1.
2.
3.
Select the location on the door panel for flush mounting.
Pay attention to the insertion dimensions of the two KDM
screws, two interlocking ears, and the two plug-in connections to allow for sufficient clearance.
Use the KDM or Data ControlBus Module™ as a template
(Fig. 19) and mark the two screw locations, interlocking
ear locations and the two plug-in connector locations.
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1.
2.
3.
Refer to Fig. 5, 6, and 7 for proper wiring.
Make sure all wiring complies with all applicable
electrical codes, ordinances and regulations.
For recommended wire size and type, see Table 1.
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
4.
5.
For Recommended grounding practices, see Table 2.
For KDM: The KDM is powered from a low voltage,
energy-limited source. It can be mounted outside of a
control panel if it is protected from mechanical damage.
NOTE: A 13 Vdc power supply must be used any time more
than one KDM is used. A maximum of two KDM, Data
ControlBus™ Modules or S7810B Multi-Drop Switch
Modules are allowed in any combination.
Table 1. Recommended Wire Size and Part Number.
Application
Recommended Wire Size
Recommended Part Number
Keyboard Display Module
22 AWG two-wire twisted pair with
ground, or five-wire.
Belden 8723 shielded cable or equivalent.
Data ControlBus™ Module
22 AWG two-wire twisted pair with
ground, or five-wire.
Belden 8723 shielded cable or equivalent.
Remote Reset Module
22 AWG two-wire twisted pair, insulated
for low voltage.
—
Communications Interface ControlBus
Module™
22 AWG two-wire twisted pair with
ground.
Belden 8723 shielded cable or equivalent.
13 Vdc full wave rectified transformer
power input.
18 AWG wire, insulated for voltages and
temperatures for given applications.
TTW60C, THW75C, THHN90C
Table 2. Recommended Grounding Practices.
Ground Type
B
C (GND)
+13 VDC
RESET
3
1
2
3
4
5
MOMENTARY
PUSH BUTTON
SWITCH
120 OHM
RESISTOR
1
120 OHM
RESISTOR
1
2
1
2
3
C
8.
9.
S7800 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
(MOUNTED ON 7800 SERIES RELAY MODULE)
B
7.
Recommended wire routing:
a. ControlBus:
(1) Do not route the ControlBus cable in conduits
that carry line voltage circuits.
(2) Avoid routing the ControlBus cable close to
ignition transformer leadwires.
(3) Route the ControlBus cable outside of conduit if
properly supported and protected from damage.
b. Remote Reset:
(1) Do not run high voltage ignition transformer wires
in the same conduit with the Remote Reset wiring.
(2) Do not route Remote Reset wires in conduit with
line voltage circuits.
Maximum wire lengths:
a. KDM: The maximum length interconnecting wire is
4000 ft (1219m).
b. Remote Reset leadwires: The maximum length wire
is 1000 ft (300m) to a Remote Reset push-button.
Install all electrical connectors.
Restore power to the panel.
A
6.
Recommended Practice
Use the shield of the signal wire to ground the device to the signal ground terminals
[3(c)] of each device. Connect the shield at both ends of the daisy chain to ground.
A
Signal ground (KDM, Data ControlBus™
Module, Communications Interface
ControlBus Module™).
QS7800 COMMUNICATIONS
INTERFACE CONTROLBUS
MODULE, MOUNTED IN
Q7700 COMMUNICATIONS
INTERFACE MODULE
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THREE-WIRE SHIELDED CABLE MAY BE REQUIRED. TWO 120
OHM TERMINATING RESISTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR
CONNECTIONS OVER 100 FEET (30 METERS). CABLE SHIELD
MUST BE TERMINATED TO EARTH GROUND AT BOTH ENDS.
IF SHIELDED CABLE IS NOT USED, TWISTED PAIR WIRE
MUST BE USED.
2
WHEN CONNECTING THE KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE, DATA
CONTROLBUS MODULE, OR REMOTE RESET MODULE EXTERNAL
FROM THE CONTROL CABINET, APPROPRIATE MEASURES MUST
BE TAKE TO MEET EN60730 SAFETY LOW VOLTAGE
REQUIREMENTS (SEE APPROVALS).
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TERMINALS OF 203541 5-WIRE CONNECTOR.
M1990G
Fig. 5. Wiring the Keyboard Display Module.
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Annunciator). When the arrow and two-letter code are
displayed, it indicates the second line is showing a selectable
message submenu. The second line will display selectable or
preemptive messages. A selectable message supplies
information for flame strength, system status indication, system
or self-diagnostics and troubleshooting. A preemptive
message has parentheses around the message and supplies a
detailed message to support the sequence status information.
A preemptive message can also be a lockout message. A
preemptive message replaces a selectable message to
support the sequence status information. It also replaces a
selectable message after 60 seconds if it or a lockout message
is available. The 7800 SERIES Relay Module LED provide
positive visual indication of the Relay Module sequence. The
LED is energized simultaneously with the correct sequence
description.
2
1
120 OHM
RESISTOR
4
5
+13 VDC
RESET
5
13 Vdc
POWER
SUPPLY
4
S7800 REMOTE KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
S7810 DATA CONTROLBUS MODULEª
(MOUNTED ON 7800 SERIES RELAY MODULE)
L1 L2
(HOT)
1
2
3
4
5
3
120 OHM
RESISTOR
1
WHEN CONNECTING THE KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE DATA
CONTROLBUS MODULEª, OR REMOTE RESET MODULE
EXTERNAL FROM THE CONTROL CABINET, APPROPRIATE
MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN TO MEET EN60730 SAFETY
LOW VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS (SEE APPROVALS).
120 OHM
RESISTOR
1
4
A
1
3 7800 SERIES RELAY MODULE CAN SUPPORT ONE S7800
KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE. A 13 Vdc POWER SUPPLY
IS REQUIRED FOR EACH ADDITIONAL DISPLAY.
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UP TO 36 S7800 KEYBOARD DISPLAYS CAN BE CONNECTED
TO A SINGLE 7800 RELAY MODULE NOT TO EXCEED
4000 FEET (1219M) TOTAL LEADWIRE RUN. DAISY CHAIN 1 TO 1,
2 TO 2, 3 TO 3 AND PROVIDE 13 Vdc POWER SUPPLY FOR
EACH S7800 DISPLAY.
TERMINALS OF 203541 5-WIRE CONNECTOR.
M5006G
2
3
4
5
7800 REMOTE KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
2
1 THREE WIRE SHIELDED CABLE MAY BE REQUIRED. TWO 120
OHM TERMINATING RESISTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR
CONNECTIONS OVER 100 FEET. CABLE SHIELD MUST BE
TERMINATED TO EARTH GROUND AT BOTH ENDS. IF SHIELDED
CABLE IS NOT USED, TWISTED PAIR WIRE MUST BE USED.
Fig. 6. Wiring for multiple Keyboard Display Modules.
KDM Display
The first line of the KDM display provides current status of the
burner sequence (STANDBY, PURGE, PILOT IGN, MAIN IGN,
RUN and POSTPURGE), timing information (PURGE, PILOT
IGN, MAIN IGN and POSTPURGE) in minutes and seconds,
hold information (PURGE HOLD), and lockout information
(Lockout, Fault Code, Message and Sequence). The extreme
right side of the first line will be either blank or will show a small
arrow pointing to the second line followed by a two-letter code
(DI—Diagnostic Information, Hn—Fault History Information
(where n equals the number of the fault), and EA—Expanded
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MOMENTARY
PUSH BUTTON
SWITCH
2
1 THREE WIRE SHIELDED CABLE MAY BE REQUIRED. TWO
120 OHM TERMINATING RESISTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR
CONNECTING OVER 100 FEET [30 METERS]. CABLE SHIELD
MUST BE TERMINATED TO EARTH GROUND AT BOTH ENDS.
IF SHIELDED CABLE IS NOT USED, TWISTED PAIR WIRE
MUST BE USED.
2
RESET
3
RESET
2
C (GND)
A
1
B
1
+13 VDC
120 OHM
RESISTOR
3
+13 VDC
5
C (GND)
RESET
4
C (GND)
+13 VDC
3
B
C (GND)
2
MOMENTARY
PUSHBUTTON
SWITCH
B
B
1
5
A
A
S7800 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
(MOUNTED ON 7800 SERIES RELAY MODULE)
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2 WHEN CONNECTING THE KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE DATA
CONTROLBUS MODULEª, OR REMOTE RESET MODULE
EXTERNAL FROM THE CONTROL CABINET, APPROPRIATE
MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN TO MEET EN60730 SAFETY
LOW VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS (SEE APPROVALS).
3 221818A OR C EXTENSION CAN BE USED IN PLACE OF THE
S7810 DATA CONTROLBUS MODULEª IF DISPLAY IS TO
M5285C
A CABINET DOOR.
Fig. 7. Wiring Keyboard Display Module for remote
mounting.
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
PC/PLC
+
A
B
GND
C
MOMENTARY
PUSHBUTTON
SWITCH
RS-485
BUS
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
C (GND)
+13 VDC
6
RESET
1
RM78xx SERIES DEVICE
WITH S7800 SERIES 5
OR GREATER DISPLAY.
MOMENTARY
PUSHBUTTON
SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
C (GND)
+13 VDC
RESET
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RM78xx SERIES DEVICE
WITH S7800 SERIES 5
OR GREATER DISPLAY.
1
1
MULTI-DROP RS-485 COMMUNICATION BUS. UP TO 31 S7800 SERIES 5 OR GREATER DISPLAYS CAN BE CONNECTED TO A SINGLE BUS
WITHOUT AN RS-485 REPEATER. UP TO 99 MODBUS™ (SUBNETWORKS) CAN BE CONNECTED TO A BUS WITH RS-485 REPEATERS. WHEN
USING AN RS-485 REPEATER, THE REPEATER MUST BE INSTALLED EVERY 30TH MODULE.
2
THE SUBNETWORKS MUST BE WIRED IN A DAISY CHAIN CONFIGURATION. RECOMMEND THAT THE PC/PLC BE AT ONE END OF THE
DAISY CHAIN.
3
MODBUS™ COMMUNICATION BUS TERMINATION RESISTORS:
A. WITHOUT RS-485 REPEATER:
MODULES AT THE CLOSEST AND FARTHEST END OF THE DAISY CHAIN REQUIRE TERMINATION RESISTORS.
INSTALL A 120 OHM, 1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS A AND B OF THE PC/PLC (IF INSTALLED AT ONE END THE DAISY CHAIN).
INSTALL A 120 OHM, 1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS 7 AND 8 OF THE LAST S7810M MODBUS™ MODULE IN THE DAISY CHAIN.
B. WITH RS-485 REPEATER:
WHEN AN RS-485 REATER IS USED, TWO DAISY CHAIN CONFIGURATIONS ARE EFFECTIVELY FORMED. MODULES AT THE
CLOSEST AND FARTHEST ENDS OF EACH DAISY CHAIN REQUIRE TERMINATION RESISTORS. INSTALL A 120 OHM, 1/4 WATT
RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS A AND B OF THE PC/PLC (IF INSTALLED AT THE END OF THE DAISY CHAIN. INSTALL A 120
OHM, 1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN INPUT TERMINALS DATA+ AND DATA- OF THE RS-485 REPEATER. INSTALL A 120 OHM,
1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS 7 AND 8 OF THE LAST S7810M MODBUS™ MODULE IN THE ADDITIONAL DAISY CHAIN.
4
5
6
LOCAL RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS BUS. THE DEVICES ON THIS BUS MUST BE WIRED IN A DAISY CHAIN CONFIGURATION. THE ORDER OF
INTERCONNECTION IS NOT IMPORTANT. THE MODULES ON THE CLOSEST AND FARTHEST ENDS OF THE DAISY CHAIN REQUIRE A 120 OHM,
1/4 WATT TERMINATION RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS 1 AND 2 OR A AND B.
THREE WIRE SHIELDED CABLE (BELDEN 8723 SHIELDED OR EQUIVALENT) IS RECOMMENDED AND SHOULD BE GROUNDED AS
FOLLOWS: IF NO INTERFERENCE IS PRESENT, OR TO REDUCE CAPACITIVE INTERFERENCE, THE SHIELD SHOULD BE GROUNDED
AT ONE END. WHEN GROUNDING ONLY ONE END OF THE THE SHIELD, THE SHIELD END CLOSEST TO THE S7810M MODBUS™
MODULE SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO EARTH GROUND. TO REDUCE INDUCTIVE INTERFERENCE (RF INTERFERENCE), THE SHIELD
SHOULD BE GROUNDED AT BOTH ENDS.
TERMINAL NUMBERS ARE ON 203541 5-WIRE CONNECTOR (SUPPLIED WITH REMOTE MOUNTING BRACKET).
M24190
Fig. 8. Wiring for ModBusTM Feature.
NOTE: LED has been replaced by block characters visible on the MB address setup menu.
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2.
M24165
Fig. 9. S7800 Keyboard Display Module.
3.
Keyboard Functions
The keyboard contains four push-buttons with separate
functions (SCROLL-down, SCROLL-up, MODE, and
CHANGE-LEVEL). The MODE and CHANGE-LEVEL, when
pressed together, provide a SAVE function. When in the Setup
Screen—Mode and Change Level serves as Menu or Enter.
Down-up arrow push-buttons. See Fig. 10. The down-up
arrow push-buttons are used to scroll through the
selectable messages. The double-headed arrow ( ),
which is located in the lower left position of the second
line of the display, represents the down-up push-buttons.
The down-up push-buttons can be pressed to display the
selectable messages one at a time or held down to scroll
through the selectable messages at the rate of two per
second. When the last item of the selectable message is
viewed, the display wraps around and displays the first
selectable message again.
The
push-button, see Fig. 11. The
push-button
is used to change between the first hierarchy of
selectable messages to a subset of selectable
messages. The
push-button can also be used to
change from a subset message to a first level selectable
message. The symbol located on the second line in the
lower right corner of the display, represents a subset of
selectable messages.
BACK push-button, see Fig. 12. Use the BACK
push-button to instantaneously switch the display from a
second-line selectable message to a second-line
preempted message. The sixty second time-out function
can also be used for this task. The BACK push-button
only works if there is a second-line preempted message
or a lockout message.
BURNER CONTROL
RUN
Total Cycles
EDIT:
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+
BURNER CONTROL
RUN
Total Hours
333
BACK
- ENTER -
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EDIT:
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1332
BACK
- ENTER -
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Fig. 10.
Push-button function.
BURNER CONTROL
BURNER CONTROL
PILOT IGN 00:10 H1
Fault Cycle 174
PILOT IGN 00:05
Fault History
EDIT:
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+
BACK
- ENTER -
EDIT:
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BACK
- ENTER -
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Fig. 11.
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BURNER CONTROL
BURNER CONTROL
LOCKOUT 17
*Main Flame Fail*
LOCKOUT 17
DI
Main Valve T9 = 0
EDIT:
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- ENTER -
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Fig. 12. BACK push-button function.
4.
SAVE function, see Fig. 13, 14, and 15.
a. Enables users to identify the selectable 2nd line
message they want to view upon power restoration.
(See “Total Cycles” instead of “Flame Signal” for
example.) The second line selectable message is
restored to the most recently saved selection when
power returns.
b. Press the down-up arrows until the desired second
line is displayed. Press the ENTER function. (See
Fig. 13.)
– Save Display
– Exit
BACK
Edit:
-
+
ENTER
M22874
Fig. 14. Save Display/Exit screen
STANDBY
Total Cycles nnn
d. Press the to save the desired second line. Pressing the will EXIT without changing the second line.
BACK
Edit:
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+
– Save Display
. . . Saving . . .
ENTER
M24043
Fig. 15. Save Display...Saving screen.
Fig. 13. SAVE function.
The second line of the display is now changed to the new
selected message.
c. The following Display will appear:
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Table 3. Selectable Messages .
Selectable
Message/Display
Possible States/ Range
(Terminals)
Description
Comments
Flame Signal
Flame signal strength.
0 - 5.0 Vdc Flame Amp (+ and Flame relay pull-in and drop- (Com))
out value 1.25 Vdc.
Total Cycles
Total number of equipment
operating cycles.
0 - 99,999
(250,000; 999,999c) cyclesa
Cycle will be updated each
time main valve is energized.
Total Hours
Total number of equipment
operating hours.
0 - 99,999
(250,000; 999,999c) hoursa
Hour will be updated each time
main valve output is energized
for 60 minutes.
First level prompt for history
information. Has subset level.
—
—
Fault History >
(Six most recent faults)
Fault Cycle
Ë Cycle when fault occurred.
H1
0 - 99,999 cycles (250,000;
999,999c) cycles
—
Fault Hours
Ë Run hour when fault occurred. 0 - 99,999
H1
(250,000; 999,999c) hoursa
—
Fault Code
Ë Number that identifies the
H1 reason for lockout.
0 - 999
—
*Fault Message*
Ë Indicates cause of lockout.
H1
—
—
Sequence Message
Ë Indicates where in the
H1 sequence the lockout
occurred.
—
—
(Second Line Message)
Ë Second line message explains —
H1 any further information that is
available from the 7800
SERIES or may be blank if
there is not a preemptive
second-line. H2…H6 etc.
—
Diagnostic Information >
First level prompt for
diagnostic information. Has
subset level.
—
—
Device
Device type number.
RM78XXX, R7140, or
EC78XXX
—
Device Suffix
Device suffix number.
nnnn
—
Run/Test Sw.
Position of Run/Test Switch.
RUN or TEST
Indicates if 7800 SERIES is in
RUN or TEST mode.
OperControl
T6 Operating Control Input.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if input is on or off,
energized or de-energized.
Interlock
T7 Running/Lockout Interlock.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if input is on (1) or off
(0), energized or de-energized.
Pilot Valve
T8 Pilot Valve.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if output terminal is
on or off, energized or
de-energized.
Main Valve
T9 Main Fuel Valve.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if output terminal is
on or off, energized or
de-energized.
Ignition
T10 Ignition.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if output terminal is
on or off, energized or deenergized.
LowFire Sw
T18 Low Fire Switch.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if input is on or off,
energized or de-energized.
HighFireSw
T19 High Fire Switch.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if input is on or off,
energized or de-energized.
PreIgn ILK
T20 or T17b Pre-Ignition
Interlock
= 1 or 0
Indicates if input is on or off,
energized or de-energized.
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Table 3. Selectable Messages (Continued).
Selectable
Message/Display
Possible States/ Range
(Terminals)
Description
Comments
Valv/Start
T21 Interrupted/Intermittent
Pilot Valve, First Stage Oil
Valve or Start Input.
= 1 or 0
Indicates if output is on or off,
energized or de-energized.
Jumper 1
Pilot Flame Establishing
Period (PFEP).
INTACT/CLIPPED
Display shows state of PFEP
jumper. If jumper is intact,
7800 SERIES was 10 second
PFEP. If jumper is clipped,
7800 SERIES has 4 second
PFEP.
First Safety Time (for RM/
EC7850).
INTACT/CLIPPED
Display shows state of First
Safety Time (EC7850) jumper.
If jumper is intact, EC7850 has
5 second First Safety Time. If
jumper is clipped, the EC7850
has 3 second First Safety
Time.
Pilot Valve.
INTACT/CLIPPED
Display shows state of Pilot
Valve (terminal no. 21). If
jumper is intact, RM7800G has
Intermittent Pilot Valve. If
jumper is clipped, RM7800G
has 15 or 30 second
Interrupted Pilot Valve.
Main Trial Time (for RM/
EC7850).
INTACT/CLIPPED
Display shows state of Main
Trial Time (EC7850)Valve
(terminal no. 21). If jumper is
intact, EC7850 has 5 second
Main Trial Time. If jumper is
clipped, EC7850 has 3 second
Main Trial Time.
Jumper 3
Start-up Airflow Switch (AFS)
check.
INTACT Disabled/CLIPPED
Enabled
Display shows state of Start-up
AFS check jumper. If jumper is
clipped, RM7800 AFS check is
enabled and if jumper is intact,
AFS check is disabled.
Amp Type
Defines type of amplifier
installed.
STANDARD/AMP-CHECK/
SHUTTER
Display shows type of flame
detection system installed (i.e.,
as STANDARD, AMP-CHECK/
AMPLI-CHECK™ and
SHUTTER/ Dynamic SelfChecking).
Flame Response
Amplifier Flame Failure
Response Time (FFRT) in
seconds.
0.8 second, 1 second, 2
seconds, or 3 seconds
—
Purge Time
Timing value of purge card.
mm:ss
Two seconds to 30 minutes.
Jumper 2
a
European Approved Controls.
Pre-Ignition Interlock Terminal 17 or 20 is model dependent.
c
Valve Proving Device or RM7897.
d
The display values are as follows:
n represents a numbered value.
T represents the terminal number.
x represents the suffix letter of the Relay Module.
b
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Expanded Annunciator Messages (Table 4)
The Expanded Annunciator (EA) may or may not be connected
because it is an optional device. If the EA is not connected, a
display message of “(EA not connected)” is shown. If the EA is
connected, display messages are shown; see Table 4 (Note
that 1 means ON and 0 means OFF). When accessing
Expanded Annunciator messages, follow the same operations
as used with the Selectable messages.
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Table 4. Expanded Annunciator.
Selectable Messagea (Second Line)
Display Value (Second Line)
First Line Message
Expanded Annunciator↔
Expanded Annunciator (EA not
connected)<
Current Status (CS:)a
a
ÈEA
EA Message<
ÈEA
Valve Closure (Valve Close)
T5 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Burner Switch (Burner Sw.)
T5 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Operating Control (OperControl)
T6 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Auxiliary Limit (Aux Limit 1)
T7 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Auxiliary Limit (Aux Limit 2)
T8 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Low water Cutoff (LWCO)
T9 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
High Limit (High Limit)
T10 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Auxiliary Limit (AuxLimit 3)
T11 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Oil Selection Switch (Oil Select)
T12 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
High Oil Pressure Switch (Hi OilPres) T13 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Low Oil Pressure Switch
(LowOilPres)
T14 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
High Oil Temperature Switch (Hi
OilTemp)
T15 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Low Oil Temperature Switch
(LowOilTemp)
T16 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Atomizing Switch (Atomize Sw)
T19 = 1 or 0
ÈEA
Gas Selection Switch (Gas Select)
T17 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
High Gas Pressure Switch (Hi
GasPres)
T18 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Low Gas Pressure Switch
(LowGasPres)
T19 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Airflow Switch (Airflow Sw)
T20 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Auxiliary Interlock (Aux ILK 4)
T21 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
Auxiliary Interlock (Aux ILK 5)
T22 = 1 or 0<
ÈEA
EA Fault Code
nnn<
ÈEA
Software Revision (SW Rev.)
nnnn<
ÈEA
See Table 8 for optional messages.
TROUBLESHOOTING
After the KDM is installed, return the 7800 SERIES to normal
operation, restore power and run the system through at least
one complete automatic cycle. For complete Troubleshooting
and System Checkout information, see form 65-0229.
7800 SERIES System Diagnostics
Troubleshooting control system equipment failures is made
easier with the 7800 SERIES self-diagnostics and first-out
annunciation. The S7800 provides visual annunciation by
displaying a fault code and fault or hold message on the
display.
Self-diagnostics of the 7800 SERIES enables it to detect and
annunciate both external and internal system problems.
Internal faults and external faults such as interlock failures,
flame failures and false flame signals are annunciated by the
KDM via the 7800 SERIES Relay Module.
The KDM displays a sequence status message indicating
STANDBY, PREPURGE, PRE-IGNITION, SAFETY 1, PILOT
IGN, PILOT STAB., MAIN IGN, RUN or POSTPURGE, as
appropriate. The selectable messages also provide visual
indication of current status and historical status of the
equipment, such as: Flame Signal, Total Cycles, Total Hours,
Fault History, Diagnostic Information and Expanded
Annunciator terminal status (if used). With this information,
most problems can be diagnosed without extensive
trial-and-error testing.
Table 21 provides the sequence and status hold messages.
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Table 5. Keyboard Display Module Sequence and Status Hold Messages .
Sequence
INITIATE mm:ss
Status
The Keyboard Display Module (KDM) indicates the burner status, INITIATE, a stabilization period for
the relay module to check for any fluctuations in ac line voltage inputs or control inputs on power up or
during normal operation. The timing of the INITIATE period is either two seconds or ten seconds,
depending on the model, before entering STANDBY.
If the relay module is in an INITIATE HOLD status, the following conditions could exist:
INITIATE HOLD:
(AC Frequency/Noise)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that it is waiting for excess line noise to clear up, which
prevents sufficient reading of the line voltage inputs. The burner sequence does not advance into
STANDBY until the excess line noise ceases or a line frequency error occurs; this is caused by using a
60 Hz device on a 50 Hz line, or vice versa on devices with a date code earlier than 9804, is corrected.
INITIATE HOLD:
(AC Line Dropout)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that ac line power has momentarily dropped out. The burner
sequence does not advance into STANDBY until the ac line voltage has stabilized throughout the
INITIATE sequence.
INITIATE HOLD:
(AC Frequency)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that line frequency is faster than the expected value. The
burner sequence does not advance into STANDBY until the line frequency returns to the proper value;
this is perhaps caused by using a 60 Hz device on a 50 Hz line for devices with a date code earlier
than 9804.
INITIATE HOLD:
(Low Line Voltage)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that low line voltage (10% lower than rated voltage) has
occurred. The burner sequence does not advance into STANDBY until the line voltage is at a sufficient
level for proper operating parameters.
STANDBY
The KDM indicates the burner status, STANDBY. The burner can be placed in STANDBY by opening
the burner switch or if the operating controller indicates its setpoint is satisfied. If a demand is present
for burner operation, the burner sequence does not advance from STANDBY to PURGE until the
recycle limits close. If an Expanded Annunciator is connected, the display messages are enhanced.
If the relay module is in a STANDBY HOLD status, the following conditions could exist:
STANDBY HOLD:
F/G (Flame Detected)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that a flame is detected. A demand is present for burner
operation. The sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the flame signal clears. If the flame
signal does not clear within 40 seconds, the relay module locks out.
STANDBY HOLD: T20
(Pre-Ignition Interlock)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Pre-Ignition Interlock is not closed. A demand is
present for burner operation, but the burner sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the PreIgnition Interlock proves closed. If this time exceeds a 30 second hold, the relay module locks out.
STANDBY HOLD: T7
(Lockout Interlock)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Lockout Interlock is closed. A demand is present for
burner operation, but the burner sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the Lockout
Interlock proves open. If this time exceeds the 120 second hold, the relay module locks out.
STANDBY HOLD: T7
(Running Interlock)
EC/RM7850
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Running Interlock is closed. A demand is present for
burner operation, but the burner sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the Running
Interlock proves open. If this time exceeds the 120 second hold, the relay module locks out.
PURGE
The KDM indicates the burner status, PURGE, which is the period of time the blower motor is running
before the Ignition period. The timing of the PURGE period is selectable.
If the relay module is in a PURGE HOLD status, the following conditions could exist:
PURGE HOLD: T19
(High Fire Switch)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the High Fire Switch is not closed. The firing rate motor
is driving to its PURGE rate position. If this time exceeds four minutes and fifteen seconds, the relay
module locks out.
PURGE DELAY: T19
(High Fire Switch
Jumpered)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the High Fire Switch is jumpered. The High Fire Switch
is bypassed, welded or otherwise prematurely closed. The system automatically adds 30 seconds to
allow the firing rate motor additional drive time to reach or near the open damper position before
starting the PURGE sequence.
PURGE HOLD: TEST
(Run/Test Switch)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Run/Test Switch is in the TEST position. The
sequence does not continue until the Run/Test Switch is placed in the RUN position.
PURGE HOLD: T18
(Low Fire Switch
Jumpered)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Low Fire Switch is jumpered. The Low Fire Switch is
bypassed, welded or otherwise prematurely closed. The system automatically adds 30 seconds to
allow the firing rate motor additional drive time to reach or near the closed damper position before
starting the ignition sequence.
PURGE HOLD: F/G
(Flame Detected)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that a flame is detected. The burner sequence does not
advance through PREPURGE because a flame is detected as being present. The sequence holds
waiting for the flame signal to clear. If the time exceeds 30 seconds, the relay module locks out.
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Table 5. Keyboard Display Module Sequence and Status Hold Messages (Continued).
Sequence
Status
PURGE HOLD: T18
(Low Fire Switch)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Low Fire Switch is not closed. The firing rate motor is
driving to its Low Fire position in preparation for Ignition Trials. If this time exceeds four minutes and
fifteen seconds, the relay module locks out.
PURGE HOLD: T7
(Running Interlock)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Running Interlock is not closed. The sequence does
not advance to ignition until the Running Interlock proves closed. If this time exceeds 30 seconds, the
relay module locks out.
PILOT IGN mm:ss
The KDM indicates the burner status, PILOT IGN, and the timing of the PILOT IGN trial begins, in
seconds. During this period, the relay module permits the pilot valve to open and the pilot flame to
establish.
If the relay module is in a PILOT HOLD status, the following conditions could exist:
PILOT HOLD: TEST
(Run/Test Switch)
The KDM indicates the burner status, PILOT IGN, and that the Run/Test Switch is in the TEST position.
The sequence does not continue until the Run/Test Switch is placed in the RUN position.
MAIN IGN mm:ss
The KDM indicates the burner status, MAIN IGN, and the timing of the MAIN IGN trial begins, in
seconds. During this period, the relay module permits the main valve to open and the main flame to
establish.
RUN
The KDM indicates the burner status, RUN, which is the period of time after the Ignition Trials and
before the operating controller setpoint is reached. During this time, the burner is firing under control of
the firing rate control.
If the relay module is in a RUN HOLD status, the following condition could exist:
RUN LOWFIRE: TEST
(Run/Test Switch)
The KDM indicates the burner status and that the Run/Test Switch is in the TEST position. Normal
modulation or operation does not continue until the Run/Test Switch is placed in the RUN position.
POSTPURGE mm:ss
The KDM indicates the burner status, POSTPURGE, which is the period of time after the RUN period
when the blower motor continues to run. The timing of the POSTPURGE period is fifteen seconds.
Waiting for connection... The KDM has power but is waiting to receive a signal from the relay module to continue operation.
RESET/ALARM TEST
The KDM indicates the burner status, RESET/ALARM TEST. This condition indicates that the reset
button is pressed. If it is held for more than four seconds, the alarm output is energized. The alarm
output is de-energized when the reset button is released.
Additional Sequence Status Information When An Expanded Annunciator is Connected to the Relay Module:
BURNER OFF: T6
(Burner Switch)
The KDM indicates the Burner Switch is not closed. The burner sequence does not advance to
PREPURGE until the Burner Switch closes.
STANDBY
The KDM indicates the burner status, STANDBY, and that the Operating Control is not closed. The
burner sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the Operating Control closes.
STANDBY HOLD: T6
(EA Hold Message)
The KDM indicates the burner status, STANDBY, and that a limit is not closed. The burner sequence
does not advance to PREPURGE until one or all limits close downstream from the Operating Control.
STANDBY HOLD: T6
(Circuit Fault)
The KDM indicates the burner status, STANDBY, and that the control input is not closed. The burner
sequence does not advance to PREPURGE until the control input closes.
The S7800 provides diagnostic information to aid the service
mechanic in obtaining information when troubleshooting the
system. See Table 6 for information on accessing historical
and diagnostic selectable messages. Information available in
the Diagnostic Information includes Device Type, Device
Suffix, Software Revision, Manufacturing Code, Flame
Amplifier Type, Flame Failure Response Time (FFRT),
Selectable Jumper Configuration Status, Run/Test Switch
Status and Terminal Status.
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Historical Information Index
The S7800 displays historical information for the six most
recent lockouts. Each of the six lockout records retains the
cycle when the fault occurred, a fault code, a fault message,
and burner status when the fault occurred. See Table 6. The
Fault History is NOT available if the Service Call Feature is
active.
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
Table 6. Accessing Historical and Diagnostic Selectable Messages.
Step
Operation
Press
Display
Comments
1.
Press
keys to access Diagnostic
Information.
STANDBY
Diagnostic Info>
Use the Down/Up SCROLL keys to access the
selectable message. The second line will display
Diagnostic Information.
2.
Press
key to Access Diagnostic
Information.
STANDBY
Diagnostic Info>
Use the Change Level key to access the
Diagnostic Information.
3.
Continue display of Diagnostic
Information.
STANDBY Ë DI
Device RM7800<
Push the SCROLL key to scroll to the next
Diagnostic Message.
4.
Continue through remaining Diagnostic
Information display following step 3 as
required.
—
—
5.
Press the
key to return to the first
level of Diagnostic Information data
prompt or to other selectable messages.
STANDBY
Diagnostic Info>
Another display can be selected or discontinue
accessing Diagnostic Information review.
—
SERVICE NOTE: If the Keyboard Display Module screen is
scrambled, remove and reinstall the Keyboard
Display Module and reset the 7800 SERIES Relay
Module.
2.
State 2 (Fig. 17). Display of the second state message
lasts two seconds.
SERVICE NOTE: Reset the 7800 SERIES Relay Module by
pressing the reset push button on the relay module or
pressing a remote reset push button wired through
the Keyboard Display Module, Data ControlBus™
Module or Remote Reset Module. A power-up reset
will cause an electrical reset of the 7800 SERIES
Relay Module but will not reset a lockout condition.
BURNER CONTROL
Condition at the
time of lockout ...
Lockout Messages
When the 7800 SERIES is locked out, it displays a repeating
cycle of messages unless the Call Service Feature is Active.
Then the Fault message is displayed followed by the Customer
Service message. The Fault History is NOT available if the
Call Service is Active. See Table 7. There are four states in
the cycle:
1.
State 1 (Fig. 16). A first state message display lasts six
seconds. First line displays the word LOCKOUT followed
by the fault code number and possibly a lower case letter
if an Expanded Annunciator is connected. The letter
corresponds to the first-out code supplied by the
Expanded Annunciator. The lockout reason
corresponding to the fault code number is displayed on
the second line, highlighted by asterisks on each side.
EDIT:
_
BACK
- ENTER -
+
M22878
Fig. 17. Lockout message, State 2.
3.
State 3 (Fig. 18). Display of the third state message lasts
three seconds. It is a replica of the burner status as it
existed at the time of the lockout. The second line is
blank if the burner status at the time of lockout did not
include a preemptive message (in parentheses) for the
second line.
BURNER CONTROL
BURNER CONTROL
PURGE
(Airflow Sw.)
LOCKOUT 23p
*Airflow Sw.*
EDIT:
EDIT:
_
+
_
+
BACK
- ENTER -
BACK
- ENTER -
M22879
Fig. 18. Lockout message, State 3.
M22877
Fig. 16. Lockout message, State 1.
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4.
State 4: In the fourth state, both lines are blanked for
one-half second, then the display sequences to the first
state.
Hold and Fault Message Summary
Fault Code
Fault 1
*No Purge Card*
Fault 2
*AC Frequen/Noise
Fault 3
*AC Line Dropout
Fault 4
*AC Frequency*
Fault 5
*Low Line Voltage*
Fault 6
*Purge Card Error*
Fault 7
*Flame Amplifier*
Fault 8
*Flame Amp/Shutr*
Fault 9
*Flame Detected*
Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary.
System Failure
No card is plugged into the
purge card slot.
1.
2.
Excess noise or device running
on slow ac.
Ac line dropout detected.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
Device running on fast ac.
4.
Purge card timing changed
since card was initially read.
Flame sensed when flame not
present.
Flame sensed when no signal
expected during shutter-check
or Ampli-Check™ versions.
Flame sensed when no flame is
expected during STANDBY.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
4.
5.
Pre-Ignition Interlock fault
during STANDBY
6.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Recommended Troubleshooting
Make sure the purge card is seated properly.
Inspect the purge card and connector on the relay module for
damage or contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault code reappears, replace the purge card.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check the relay module and display module connections.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Check the relay module power supply and make sure that both
frequency and voltage meed the specifications.
Check the backup power supply, as appropriate.
Low ac line detected.
3.
Fault 10
*Pre-Ignition ILK*
NOTE: For further explanation of Lockout Messages,
Troubleshooting and Checkout, refer to form 65-0229.
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Make sure the purge card is seated properly.
Inspect the purge card and connector on the relay module for
damage or contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault code reappears, replace the purge card.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors. Make sure that the flame
sensor wires are in separate conduits. Check for noise
coupling into the flame detector leadwires.
Make sure that flame detector and flame amplifier are
compatible.
Remove the flame amplifier and inspect connections. Reset
the flame amplifier.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the code reappears, replace the amplifier.
If the fault persists, replace the flame detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check that flame is not present in the combustion chamber;
correct any errors.
Check wiring and correct any errors. Make sure that flame
sensor wires are in separate conduits. Check for noise
coupling into flame detector leadwires.
Remove the flame amplifier and inspect its connections. Reset
the amplifier.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the code reappears, replace the amplifier and/or the flame
detector.
If the fault persists, replace the flame detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Check Pre-Ignition Interlock switches to assure proper
functioning.
Check fuel valve operation.
Reset and sequence the relay module; monitor the Pre-Ignition
Interlock status.
If the code persists, replace the relay module.
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 11
*Running ILK On*
Fault 12
*Lockout ILK On*
Fault 13
*Airflow Sw. On*
System Failure
Running Interlock powered at
improper sequence point.
Lockout Interlock powered at
improper sequence point.
Combustion airflow interlock
fault during STANDBY.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 14
*High Fire Sw.*
High Fire Interlock Switch
failure to close during
PREPURGE.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 15
*Flame Detected*
Flame sensed when no flame is
expected during STANDBY.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Fault 16
*Flame-Out Timer*
No-flame detected during Pilot
Flame Establishing Period.
7.
1.
2.
3.
Fault 17
*Main Flame Fail*
Fault 18
*Flame Detected*
Main flame failure during RUN
after flame is established an on
for at least 10 seconds.
Flame sensed when the shutter
is open and no flame is
expected during PREPURGE.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Recommended Troubleshooting
Check wiring to make sure that interlocks are connected
properly between terminals 6 and 7. Correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, measure the voltage between terminals 6
and L2(N) (ground), then terminals 7 and L2(N). If there is line
supply voltage present at terminal 6 when the controller is off,
the controller switch may be bad or jumpered.
If steps 1 through 3 are correct and there is line supply voltage
present at terminal 7 when the controller is closed and the fault
persists, check for a welded or jumpered Running Interlock,
Lockout Interlock, or Airflow Switch. Correct any errors.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Use either the manual motor potentiometer to drive the motor
to the High Fire position or use the Run/Test Switch option, if
available. Sequence to Prepurge drive to High Fire and place
in the Test position. Adjust the High Fire Switch while in this
state to make sure that it closes properly.
Measure the voltage between terminal 19 and L2(N) while in
the Prepurge drive to High Fire state. Line supply voltage
should be present. If not, the switch adjustment is incorrect
and/or the switch is defective and needs replacing.
Reset and sequence the relay module. If the line supply
voltage was present between the High Fire Switch and terminal
19, and the fault still persists, replace the relay module.
Check that the flame is not present in the combustion
chamber; correct any errors.
Make sure that the flame amplifier and flame detector are
compatible.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Remove the flame amplifier and inspect the connections.
Reset the flame amplifier.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the code reappears, replace the amplifier and/or the flame
detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Measure the flame signal. If one exists, make sure it meets
specifications. Make any necessary burner adjustments using
manufacturer instructions.
Make sure that the flame amplifier and flame detector are
compatible.
If the code reappears, replace the amplifier and/or the flame
detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Inspect the main fuel valve(s) and connection(s).
Make sure that the fuel pressure is high enough to supply fuel
to the combustion chamber.
Check the flame detector sighting for adequate flame signal
throughout the burner firing rate.
Check that flame is not present in the combustion chamber.
Correct any errors.
Make sure that the flame amplifier and flame detector are
compatible.
Check the wiring and correct any errors. Make sure F and G
wires are in individual conduits and protected from stray noise
pickup.
Remove the flame amplifier and inspect the connectors. Reset
the flame amplifier.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the code reappears, replace the flame amplifier and/or the
flame detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 19
*Main Flame Ign.*
Fault 20
*Low Fire Sw. Off*
System Failure
Flame was lost during MFEP or
the first 10 seconds of the RUN
state.
Low Fire Interlock switch failure
to close during PREPURGE.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 21
*Running ILK*
Fault 22
*Lockout ILK*
Fault 23
*Airflow Switch*
Running Interlock fault during
PREPURGE.
Lockout Interlock fault during
PREPURGE.
Combustion airflow interlock
fault during PREPURGE.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 24
*Call Service*
Fault 25
*Call Service*
Fault 26
*Man-Open Sw. Off*
The flame interlock (relay
module) was on when it should
be off.
The flame interlock (relay
module) was off when it should
be on.
The Manual Open Valve Switch
was off when it should be on
(Device specific).
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Fault 27
*Start Switch On*
Start Switch was on during
PREPURGE (Device specific).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 28
*Pilot Flame Fail*
Pilot flame failure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Recommended Troubleshooting
Inspect the main fuel valve(s) and connection(s).
Make sure the fuel pressure is high enough to supply fuel to
the combustion chamber.
Make sure the flame detector is positioned to obtain the
required flame signal strength; reset and recycle.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Use either the manual motor potentiometer to drive the motor
to the Low Fire position or use the Run/Test Switch option, if
available. Sequence to Prepurge drive to Low Fire and place in
the Test Position. Adjust the Low Fire Switch to make sure it
closed properly.
Measure the voltage between terminal 18 and L2(N) while in
the Prepurge drive to Low Fire state. Line supply voltage
should be present. If not, the switch adjustment is incorrect
and/or the switch is defective and needs replacing.
Reset and sequence the relay module. If line supply voltage
was present between the Low Fire Switch and terminal 18, and
the fault still persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the fan; make sure there is no blockage of the air
intake and that it is supplying air.
Make sure the Interlock Switches are working properly and that
all switch contacts are free of contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module to PREPURGE (place
the Run/Test Switch in the Test position, if available). Measure
the voltage between terminals 7 and L2(N). Line voltage
should be present.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Check for F leadwire routing. Make sure routing is in its conduit
and isolated from noise-producing circuits.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Make sure that the Manual Open Valve Switch is fully open.
Make sure that the Manual Open Valve Switch is functioning
properly and that the switch contacts are free from
contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Make sure that the Manual Open Valve Switch provides an
electrical path when closed. Verify that the relay module is
receiving power at terminal 17.
If steps 1 through 5 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Start Switch held on too long.
Check wiring; verify that Start Switch is correctly connected.
Make sure that the Start Switch is functioning properly and that
the switch contacts are free of contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module to PREPURGE; set the
Run/Test Switch to Test. Make sure there is no power at
terminal 6 during PREPURGE.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Check pilot valve wiring and operation. Correct any errors.
Check fuel supply.
Check pilot pressure and repeat pilot turndown test.
Check ignition transformer electrode, flame detector, flame
detector sighting and flame amplifier.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 29
*Lockout ILK*
System Failure
Lockout Interlock fault.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 30
*Running ILK*
Running Interlock fault.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fault 31
*Low Fire Sw. Off*
Low Fire Interlock Switch failure
to close during RUN (Device
specific).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 32
*Airflow Switch*
Combustion Airflow Interlock
fault.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 33
*Pre-Ignition ILK*
Pre-Ignition Interlock fault.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 34
*Control On*
CTL input was energized at the
wrong time for the relay
module. This fault implies a
field wiring error.
6.
1.
2.
3.
19
Recommended Troubleshooting
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the fan; make sure that there is no blockage of the air
intake and that it is supplying air.
Make sure that the Lockout Interlock Switches are working
properly and that all switch contacts are free from
contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module to PREPURGE (place
the Run/Test Switch in the Test position, if available). Measure
the voltage between terminals 7 and L2(N). Line voltage
should be present.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Inspect the Running Interlocks, including the Airflow Switch,
and the connections.
Make sure that the Running Interlocks, including the Airflow
Switch, are functioning properly and that switch contacts are
free from contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module to PREPURGE. Set the
Run/Test Switch, if available, to Test. Measure the voltage
between terminal 7 and L2(N). Line voltage should be present.
If steps 1 through 3 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Use either the manual motor position to drive the motor to the
Low Fire position, or use the Run/Test Switch option, if
available. Sequence to Run drive to Low Fire and place the
switch in the Test position. Adjust the Low Fire Switch while in
this state to make sure it is closing properly.
While in Run, drive to Low Fire state, measure the voltage
between terminal 18 and L2(N). Line voltage should be
present. If not, the switch adjustment is incorrect and/or the
switch is defective and needs replacement.
Reset and sequence the relay module. If line voltage was
present between the Low Fire Switch and terminal 18, and the
fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the fan; make sure there is no blockage of the air
intake and it is supplying air.
Make sure the Airflow Interlock Switches are working properly
and all switch contacts are free from contaminants.
Reset and sequence the relay module to PREPURGE. Place
the Run/Test Switch in the Test position, if available. Measure
the voltage between terminals 7 and L2(N). Line voltage
should be present.
If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault persists, replace
the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Pre-Ignition Interlock switches and make sure they
function properly.
Check fuel valve operation. Valve must close within five
seconds.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
During STANDBY or PREPURGE, measure the voltage
between terminal 20 and L2(N). Line voltage should be
present. If not, the Pre-Ignition Interlock switches can be
defective and need replacing.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 35
*Call Service*
Fault 40
*Call Service*
Fault 41
*Main Valve On*
Fault 42
*Pilot Valve On*
Fault 43
*Ignition On*
Fault 44
*Pilot Valve 2 On*
System Failure
Safety relay was off when it
should be on or the internal
fuse has blown.
Main valve terminal was off
when it should be on, or the
internal fuse has blown.
Pilot (ignition) valve terminal
was off when it should be on, or
the internal fuse has blown.
Ignition terminal was off when it
should be on, or the internal
fuse has blown.
V2S valve terminal (usually
terminal 21) was off when it
should be on, or the internal
fuse has blown.
Safety relay was on when it
should be off.
Main valve terminal was on
when it should be off.
Pilot (ignition) valve terminal
was on when it should be off.
Ignition terminal was on when it
should be off.
V2S valve terminal, used as a
pilot, is on when it should be off.
Fault 45
*Low Fire Sw. Off*
Low Fire Interlock switch failure
to close or stay closed.
Fault 36
*Call Service*
Fault 37
*Call Service*
Fault 38
*Call Service*
Fault 39
*Call Service*
1.
2.
3.
4.
WARNING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fault 46
*Flame Amp Type*
Device specific.
Fault 47
*Jumpers Changed*
The configuration jumpers differ
from the sample taken at
startup.
Fault 48
*Delayed MV On*
(2nd Stage Valve)
V2S valve terminal, used as a
delayed main valve, was on
when it should be off.
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Recommended Troubleshooting
Reset and sequence the relay module. If fault repeats, replace
relay module, but be sure to test for excessive loads on
appropriate terminals described by fault code.
If fault does not repeat on next cycle, check for electrical noise
being coupled into the relay module through the loads on
appropriate terminals described by the fault code.
Possibly check for bouncing running on Lockout Interlock.
If fault persists, replace the relay module.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
Explosion Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
1. Remove system power, turn off fuel supply.
2. Check for wiring errors that could provide power to
terminals described by the fault. Correct any errors.
3. Re-power system; reset and sequence the relay module.
4. If fault persists, replace the relay module.
5. When fault is corrected, turn on fuel supply.
1. Check wiring and correct any errors.
2. Reset and sequence the relay module.
3. Use either the manual motor position to drive the motor to
the Low Fire position, or use the Run/Test Switch option, if
available. Sequence to Run, drive to Low Fire and place in the
Test position. Adjust the Low Fire Switch while in this state to
make sure it is closing properly.
4. While in Run, drive to Low Fire state, measure the voltage
between terminal 18 and L2(N). Line voltage should be
present. If not, the switch adjustment is incorrect and/or the
switch is defective and needs replacement.
5. If steps 1 through 4 are correct and the fault still persists,
replace the relay module.
Remove power to the device.
Reset the flame amplifier and reset and sequence the relay
module.
Inspect the jumper connections. Make sure that clipped
jumpers are completely removed.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If fault persists, replace the relay module.
WARNING
Explosion Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
1. Remove system power, turn off fuel supply.
2. Check wiring; correct any errors.
3. Inspect the V2S Fuel Valve and its connections. Make sure
the switch is working correctly and is not jumpered or welded.
4. Reset and sequence the relay module.
5. If fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 49
*Man-Open Sw. On*
Fault 50
*Jumpers Wrong*
Fault 51
*Flame Too Strong*
System Failure
The manual open switch was
on when it should be off.
The sequence logic detected a
combination of jumpers that is
illegal for the sequence, e.g., if
it is correct to clip jumper JR1 or
Jumper JR2, but not both, this
fault would be used when both
are clipped (Device specific).
Flame signal value is too high
to be valid.
Recommended Troubleshooting
WARNING
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Fault 52
*Call Service*
Pilot Valve 2 (terminal 21) was
off when it should be on.
Fault 53
*Lockout Switch*
Lockout Input fault
(EC/RM7850 only).
Fault 54
*Comb. Pressure*
Combustion pressure switch
fault (Fulton pulse only).
7.
8.
9.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fault 55
*Purge Fan Sw. On*
Purge fan switch is on when it
should be off (Fulton pulse
only).
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
21
Explosion Hazard.
Can cause severe injury, death or property damage.
1. Remove system power, turn off fuel supply.
2. Check wiring; correct any errors.
3. Inspect the Manual-Open Switch and its connections.
Make sure the switch is working correctly and is not
jumpered or welded.
4. Reset and sequence the relay module.
5. If fault persists, replace the relay module.
Inspect the jumpers and refer to the installation instructions for
compatible jumper configurations.
Make sure that clipped jumpers are completely removed.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If fault persists, replace the relay module.
Make sure that flame detector and flame amplifier are compatible.
Remove the flame amplifier and inspect the connections.
Reset the flame amplifier.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
Check the flame detector sighting position, reset and cycle.
Verify that no ignition noise is present in the F lead due to wire
routing.
Measure the flame strength. Verify it meets specifications. If
not, refer the flame amplifier and/or flame detector checkout
procedures.
If the code reappears, replace the flame amplifier.
If the code reappears, replace the flame detector.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Inspect terminal 21 and connections. Make sure that the valve
is operating properly.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Lockout Switch to make sure it is working properly.
Reset and sequence the relay module. During STANDBY or
PREPURGE, measure the voltage between terminal 20 and
L2(N). Supply voltage should be present. If not, the lockout
switch is defective and needs replacing.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Combustion Pressure Switch to make sure it is
working correctly.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
During STANDBY and PREPURGE, measure the voltage
between terminal 20 and L2(N). Supply voltage should be
present. If not, the Combustion Pressure Switch is defective
and needs replacing.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Purge Fan Switch terminal 18 and its connections.
Make sure the switch is working correctly and is not jumpered
or welded.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 56
*Block Intake*
System Failure
Block intake fault (Fulton pulse
only).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
Fault 57
*Purge Fan Sw. Off*
Purge Fan Switch is off when it
should be on (Fulton pulse
only).
Fault 58 - 60
*Call Service*
Fault 61
Unused faults.
MV1 Off (Terminal 9); should be
ON.
1.
2.
3.
Fault 62
MV2 Off (Terminal 17); should
be ON.
1.
2.
3.
Fault 63
MV1 ON (Terminal 9); should
be OFF.
1.
2.
3.
Fault 64
MV2 ON (Terminal 17); should
be OFF.
1.
2.
3.
Fault 65
*VPS Off*
Valve Proving Switch (Terminal
16) OFF; should be ON.
(VPS High Test)
Valve Proving Switch (Terminal
16) ON; should be OFF.
(VPS Low Test)
L1 and L2
miswired/exchanged
(EC/RM7850 only).
Pre-Ignition Interlock fault.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
Fault 66
*VPS On*
Fault 67
*AC Phase*
Fault 68
*Pre-Ignition ILK*
2.
3.
—
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Faults 69 - 70
*Call Service*
Fault 71
*Dynamic LFS*
Unused faults.
Fault 71
*Limits Complete*
Limit Input (terminal 7) is off
when it should be on (RM7888
only).
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Low Fire Switch closed, High
Fire Switch must be open
(EC/RM 7850 only).
6.
—
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
22
Recommended Troubleshooting
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Block Intake Switch and make sure it is working
properly.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
During PREPURGE, measure the voltage between terminal 7
and L2(N). Supply voltage should be present. If not, the Block
Intake Switch is defective and needs replacing.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Inspect the Prepurge Fan Switch terminal 18 and the
connections. Make sure the fan is working properly.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the control.
If fault persists, replace relay module (Before installing the new
relay module, verify current draw of terminal 9).
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the control.
If fault persists, replace relay module (Before installing the new
relay module, verify current draw of terminal 17).
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the control.
If fault persists, replace relay module (Before installing the new
relay module, verify current draw of terminal 9).
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the control.
If fault persists, replace relay module (Before installing the new
relay module, verify current draw of terminal 17).
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Check MV2 for leaking valve seat.
Reset and sequence control.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Check MV1 for leaking valve seat.
Reset and sequence control.
Check L1 and L2 for proper line phasing.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Inspect the Pre-Ignition Interlock switches and make sure they
work properly.
Check fuel valve operation. Valve must close within five seconds.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
During STANDBY or PREPURGE, measure the voltage between
terminal 17 and L2(N). Supply voltage should be present. If not, the
Pre-Ignition Interlock switches are defective and need replacing.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check firing rate position switches (usually in Modutrol®
Motor) for proper operation.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check limits to make sure they are satisfied after resetting.
Check electrical connections to terminal 7 of wiring subbase.
Reset relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 72
*Dynamic HFS*
System Failure
High Fire Switch closed; Low
Fire Switch must be open
(EC/RM7850 only).
Fault 72
*Spec.Func.2*
Special Function 2 Input
(terminal 17) is off when it
should be on (Device specific).
Fault 73
*Spec.Func.3*
Fault 75
*Flame Proven
Feedback*
Faults 76 - 87
*Accessory Fault*
Fault 88
*Accessory Fault*
Special Function 3 Input
(terminal 19) is off when it
should be on (Device specific).
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
Flame Indication Feedback
(terminal 21) either on when it
should be off or off when it
should be on (Device specific).
—
—
Recommended Troubleshooting
Check firing rate position switches (usually in Modutrol®
Motor) for proper operation.
Check wiring and correct any errors.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check operation of Special Function 2 of PLC.
Check electrical connection to terminal 17 of wiring subbase
and confirm presence of supply power when Special Function
2 is activated.
Reset relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Check operation of Special Function 3 of PLC.
Check electrical connection to terminal 19 of wiring subbase
and confirm presence of supply power when Special Function
2 is activated.
Reset relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Remove wire to terminal 21 and reset relay module.
If the fault persists, replace relay module.
Reconnect wire to terminal 21. If the fault returns, verify wiring.
T17 powered without Valve
Proving feature setup.
1.
Fault 89
*Accessory Fault*
Fault 90
*Accessory Fault*
T6 and T17 powered at the
same time.
T7 opens on RM7890 with VPS
Feature
1.
Follow Valve Proving Selection Setup in Appendix B on
selected Relay Module.
If No Valve Proving (NEVER) is required, connect controller
(Demand) to terminal 6.
Correct wiring error.
Faults 91-93
*Accessory Fault
Faults 94 - 104
*Call Service*
Fault 105
*Call Service*
—
1.
2.
3.
1.
Determine what interrupted terminal 7.
Correct any wiring issues.
Reset Relay Module.
—
Fault 106
*Call Service*
Fault 107
*Call Service*
Fault 108
*Call Service*
Fault 109
*Call Service*
Relay Module self-test failure.
—
Relay Module self-test failure.
2.
—
1.
2.
3.
—
Relay Module flame signal
—
crosscheck failure.
Lost E2 or device shipped
1.
unprogrammed.
2.
1.
Negative cycle test failed, earth
ground absent or line voltage
phasing improper.
2.
3.
4.
23
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault reappears, remove power from the relay module and
reapply the power; reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Reset control; if fault persists, replace control.
If device resets and operates, verify earth grounding practices.
Make sure a good earth ground connection exists at the
installation site and all earth ground connections are complete
and correct.
Make sure the relay module and all loads operate at the same
line voltage phase.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
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Table 7. Hold and Fault Message Summary. (Continued)
Fault Code
Fault 110
*Call Service*
System Failure
The configuration jumpers differ
from stored values.
Fault 111
*Call Service*
Relay Module configuration
jumper test failure.
Fault 112 - 126
*Call Service*
Fault 127
*Call Service*
Relay Module self-test failure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
1.
2.
Safety relay feedback circuit
was in an improper state.
Expanded Annunciator Messages
If an Expanded Annunciator is wired to the limit control and
interlock control strings, and connected to the 7800 SERIES
Relay Module, additional hold messages, fault messages or
code numbers enhance the original hold messages, fault
Recommended Troubleshooting
Inspect the jumper connections. Make sure they match the
original selection and clipped jumpers are completely removed.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Configuration jumpers must be selected prior to 200 hours of
operation. If configuration jumpers are changed after 200
hours of operation, lockout 110 occurs. Relay module cannot
be reset and must be replaced.
Inspect the jumper connections. Make sure they match the
original selection and clipped jumpers are completely removed.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
Reset and sequence the relay module.
If the fault persists, replace the relay module.
messages or code numbers. See the Expanded Annunciator
specification, form 65-0101, for detailed information. The
message demonstrates which device opened first in a
monitored string of limits or interlocks.
1/8 IN. DIA. (2)
(3.175 MM)
M5082B
Fig. 19. KDM flush mounting outline.
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APPENDIX A
Display Setup
The S7800A1142 Keyboard Display Module (KDM) requires a
password to enter the Display Setup Menu.
MASTER
SLAVE
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
The Display Setup Menu offers the following functions:
—
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—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Clone—Allows the current display setup to be copied
entirely to another display (Series 3 or greater)—page
25.
MB Address---Enables the ModBus Feature and Location. The 7800 SERIES device is located on the ModBus highway. It also provides a means of system
verification that ModBus is active and that this module
is being addressed—page 26.
MB Baud---Sets the data Transmit/Receive rate. The
S7800 is operating on ModBus—page 27.
Clear All—Resets the Display settings back to the
factory settings—page 27.
Password—Change current default password of 000 to
a unique one the customer has selected—page 27.
CEA Edit—Configurable Expanded Annunciator allows
editing of messages 44 to 64 with a text message up to
12 characters in length. See Table 9 for available characters—page 37.
CEA Assign—Allows assigning a message to a given
Expanded Annunciator terminal, so when it shows up
on the display the description will match the specific
system interlocks connected to that Expanded
Annunciator terminal. See Table 8 for current message
text list (messages 4 through 22), messages 23
through 44 contain other commonly used messages
that could be chosen or assigned. Messages 45
through 64 are editable text strings edited through CEA
Edit—page 28.
CS On/Off—Allows the Customer Service message to
be displayed or the lockout message to be displayed—
page 31.
CS Test—Allows the Customer Service message to be
viewed for accuracy. This will display just once—page
31.
CS Edit—Allows for personalizing a Customer Service
message. Three screens of messages are available.
Each screen has two lines with 20 characters available.
See Table 9 for available character text—page 37.
Display Setup—CLONE
CLONE allows copying your entire Custom Display to
additional displays, Series 4 or higher.
203541 FIVE-WIRE
CONNECTOR
203541 FIVE-WIRE
CONNECTOR
_
+
13 VDC POWER
SUPPLY (203968
FOR EXAMPLE)
M22880
Fig. 20. Cloning jig.
To access the CLONE menu:
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
DISPLAY Setup will appear. If you have a personal password,
enter it to enter Setup.
DISPLAY Setup
± PASSWORD: 000
BACK
Edit:
-
+
ENTER
M22890
Fig. 21. Display Setup screen.
Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at the same
time.
Select
Exit
Before you begin, you will want to build a cloning jig.
Fig. 22. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
Fig. 23. Display Setup/CLONE screen.
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Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at the same
time. The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 22) will appear. Choose
Select.
CHOICES ARE 0-99
ModBus
Address:
Clone Master: I am
Transmitting.
01
BACK
Fig. 24. Clone Master screen.
Edit:
-
ENTER
+
The Slave display will change from Fig. 25 to many On/Off
sweeps with periods of bright characters.
M24013
Fig. 29. Up/Down arrows increase or decrease number.
00 is the default, meaning ModBus is disabled.
Waiting for
Connection . . .
01-99 are available addresses. Use terminal 1 and 2 on the
203541 connector for data + and data - connections.
Fig. 25. Waiting for Connection screen.
Use
When complete, the Slave will still be going on and off, but the
Cloning Complete screen can be read (Fig. 26). Replace this
Slave with additional displays that need to be cloned.
The left box blinking means ModBus activity is occurring. The
right box blinking means this address is receiving activity (see
Fig. 31). 00 is the default, meaning ModBus is disabled. 01-99
are available addresses. Use terminal 1 and 2 on the 203541
connector for data+ and data- connections (see Fig. 8).
Slave:
Cloning Complete.
and
to select address. Press ENTER.
With default address 00 terminals 1,2, 3 of the 203541
connector are available for the S7830 Expanded Annunciator
or additional keyboard displays. With the addresses 01-99
enabled, ModBus is active and the S7830 Expanded
Annunciator or additional displays will NOT work.
Fig. 26. Cloning Complete screen.
On the Master Display, Press ENTER, using the two ENTER
buttons at the same time.
If the Expanded Annunciator or additional displays are
required, then order the S7810M1003 ModBus card to support
the ModBus Function.
Exit
– Save Changes
– Exit no Save
Fig. 27. Exit screen.
Choose Exit and the Master will go back to the normal menu.
You will notice that the Slave being cloned will also stop
flashing.
Entering the cloned device and checking items like CS Test will
confirm a successful clone.
Display Setup—MB Address
Fig. 30. Press ENTER and display goes back to the
following screen:
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
ANY MODBUS ACTIVITY
Select
Exit
MODBUS FOR
THIS DEVICE
DISPLAY Setup
Select: MB ADDRESS
Fig. 28. Select: M B A D D R E S S, then ENTER.
BACK
Edit:
-
+
ENTER
M24012
Fig. 31. ModBus activity as viewed on Setup screen.
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Display Setup - MB Baud
DISPLAY Setup
± PASSWORD: 000
DISPLAY Setup
Select: MB BAUD
Fig. 37. DISPLAY Setup screen.
Fig. 32. MB Baud entered on Select screen.
Display Setup MB Baud by pressing Enter. Scroll to MB BAUD
screen. Select: M B B A U D.
Enter your password if it has been changed from the Default
Password.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
The Select/Exit screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose
Select.
Select
Exit
DISPLAY Setup
± Select: CLONE
Fig. 33. Select/Exit screen.
Press
to select.
ModBus
BaudRate:
Fig. 38. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
Press the down arrow to scroll to CLEAR ALL.
9600
Press ENTER, using the two ENTER buttons at the same time
to select. The Select/Exit screen (see Fig. 33) will appear.
Choose Select.
Fig. 34. ModBus Baud rate selection setup.
Use the and keys to change rates (choices are 9600,
19,200, and 38,400).
Clear Configuration
Use ENTER to Confirm
– Save Changes
– Exit no Save
Fig. 39. Clear Configuration screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Fig. 35. Save Changes/Exit No Save screen will display
again.
Clear ALL
Exit
Press ENTER at the Save Changes/Exit No Save screen.
The display will go back to the DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE
screen:
Fig. 40. Clear ALL screen.
Press the Down arrow Clear All.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
All display settings are returned to the factory defaults.
Display will go back to the DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE
screen (see Fig. 38).
Fig. 36. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE Screen.
Display Setup—Password
Display Setup—Clear All
Clear All resets the display setting back to the factory settings.
To access the Display Setup Menu:
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release. DISPLAY Setup will appear:
The S78800A KDM, Series 4 or higher, requires a password to
make changes to the display information, such as unique Call
Service Message or Expanded Annunciator Message
information, for example.
The display is programmed with a default password of 000
(three zeros) and can easily ben changed to any three
numbers.
NOTE: Use caution when selecting and securing your new
password, should access be required in the future.
Re-entering the Display Setup will show different numbers and
your unique password will need to be entered to gain access.
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To access the Change Password menu.
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
The DISPLAY Setup screen (see Fig. 37) will appear. Press
ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
DISPLAY Setup
± PASSWORD
The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose
Select.
Fig. 46. DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen.
The DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen (see Fig. 23) will
appear. Use the down arrow to scroll through the menu
choices until PASSWORD appears.
Use up/down arrows to change numbers and left/right arrows
to move the cursor to enter your new password.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose
Select and you will be in the DISPLAY Setup menu. The
DISPLAY Setup/Select PASSWORD screen (see Fig. 41) will
appear. Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the
same time.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: PASSWORD
Fig. 41. DISPLAY Setup/Select PASSWORD screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose Exit
and you will be out of the Setup menu again.
Display Setup—CEA EDIT
CEA EDIT allows customizing or editing of messages 44 to 64
with a text message of up to 12 characters in length. See Table
9 for available characters. This message will be connected to a
specific terminal when CEA ASSIGN is programmed.
Change Password
New Password: 000
Fig. 42. Change Password/New Password screen.
To access the CEA EDIT menu:
Use up/down arrows to change the numbers and left/right
arrows to move the cursor.
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
DISPLAY Setup will appear.
NOTE: If you have a personal password, enter it now to enter
Setup.
– Save Changes
– Exit no Save
The DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen (see Fig. 46) will
appear. Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at
the same time.
Fig. 43. Save Changes/Exit no Save screen.
Use down arrow to save.
The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose
Select.
The DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen (see Fig. 38) will
appear. Use the down arrow to scroll through the menu
choices until EAEDIT appears.
New Password Is: XXX
Use ENTER to Confirm
Fig. 44. New Password Is screen.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: EAEDIT
The following message will appear:
Fig. 47. DISPLAY Setup/Select EAEDIT screen.
– Confirm
– Incorrect
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
The Select/Exit Screen (see Fig. 33) will appear. Choose
Select.
Fig. 45. Confirm/Incorrect screen.
Use arrow for your selection. Choosing Confirm will take you
out of the DISPLAY Setup menu.
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Repeat the above steps for the remainder of the custom
descriptions you wish to create.
CEA Edit
Edit: Msg 45
When you have completed your final message, press ENTER.
Fig. 48. CEA Edit/Edit Msg screen.
Use the up/down and left/right arrows to select Msg (message)
number you wish to edit. Press ENTER using the two ENTER
buttons at the same time to select.
Select
Exit
< Clear
EOL
Fig. 53. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Use up arrow to select Exit.
Select
Exit
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CEA ED I T
Fig. 49. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
Fig. 54. DISPLAY Setup/Select CEA EDIT screen.
Press ENTER, then Exit if you are done or go to EA Assign to
assigning your custom message to a specific Expanded
Annunciator terminal.
CEA Edit: Msg 45
Default 01
Display Setup—CEA Assign
Fig. 50. CEA Edit Msg XX/Default XX screen.
Using the left/right arrow will move the cursor left and right. Up
and down arrows will move you through the series of available
script (see Table 9). Up to 12 characters can be used in your
message.
NOTE: Moving through the characters script:
1.
2.
3.
Select
Exit
Pressing and holding an up/down arrow will fast
forward to the end of the current script.
A space is located between the capital and lower
case alphabet.
A space is added if you move the cursor right
when it is under an empty character position.
CEA Assign allows assigning a message to a given Expanded
Annunciator terminal. When it shows up on the display, the
description will match the specific system interlocks connected
to that Expanded Annunciator terminal. See Table 8 for current
message text list (messages 4 through 22), messages 23
through 44 contain other commonly used messages that could
be chosen or assigned. Messages 45 through 64 are editable
text strings edited through CEA Edit.
For example, the Expanded Annunciator terminal 7 is typically
Aux Limit 1, so on a shutdown for this open limit, the display
would show “Aux Limit 1.” CEA ASSIGN will allow you to
change it to item 32 off the commonly used list, for example.
When done, the Aux Limit 1 would display “Recirc Fan”.
S7800 does not support expanded annunciator if operating in
ModBus mode.
< Clear
EOL
To access the CEA ASSIGN menu:
Fig. 51. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
Pressing the left arrow will clear text on the second line and
return you to CEA Edit screen.
DISPLAY Setup will appear.
When you have finished entering your description, press the
ENTER keys.
NOTE: If you have a personal password, enter it now to enter
SETUP.
Select
Exit
DISPLAY Setup
PASSWORD: 000
< Clear
EOL
Fig. 52. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Fig. 55. DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen.
Press the Down arrow to Save. Suggest that you record the
message number with your custom description.
Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at the same
time.
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Select
Exit
Assign: T07 to Msg 07
Aux Limit 1
Fig. 56. Select/Exit screen.
Fig. 62. Assign screen.
Choose Select.
Use the left/right arrow to move the cursor left and right. Use
the up/down arrows to change the message numbers (See
Table 8 for pre-set messages or use your custom description
from CEA EDIT. 32 is used from the above example.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
The display will look like this:
Fig. 57. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
Use the down arrow to scroll through the menu choices until
EAASSIGN appears.
Assign: T07 to Msg 32
Recirc Fan
Fig. 63. Assign T07 to msg 32 screen.
Press the ENTER keys to accept.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CEA ASSIGN
Fig. 58. DISPLAY Setup/Select CEA ASSIGN screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Save Changes
Exit no Save
Fig. 64. Save Changes/Exit no Save screen.
Press the Down arrow to save.
Select
Exit
CEA Assign
Assign: T07
Fig. 59. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
Fig. 65. CEA Assign/Assign screen.
Suggest that you record the terminal number and message
with your custom description. Repeat the above steps to map
the Expanded Annunciator terminals to your specific system.
When complete with your final message, press ENTER.
CEA Assign
Assign: T 04
Fig. 60. CEA Assign screen.
Use the up/down and left/right arrows to select terminal
number (7 for above example).
Select
Exit
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time
to select.
Fig. 66. Save/Exit screen.
Use the up arrow to select Exit.
Select
Exit
DISPLAY Setup
Select: EAASSIGN
Fig. 61. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
Fig. 67. DISPLAY Setup/Select EAASSIGN screen.
Press ENTER then choose Exit.
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Display Setup—CS ON/OFF
CS ON/OFF allows the Call Service Message to be as follows:
• OFF—No call Service Message displayed, normal 7800
SERIES lockout message displayed.
• ON—Customized Call Service Message displayed on 7800
SERIES lockout. Goes away when 7800 SERIES reset
button is pushed—just like a normal lockout.
• ON, Temporarily Off— Used for service technician to view
normal 7800 SERIES Lockout messages along with
diagnostic and history files. After 5 minutes, the display
goes back to the Call Service On mode.
DISPLAY Setup will appear. Enter your password if you have
changed the default password.
CS ON/OFF
OFF
Fig. 73. CS ON/OFF screen.
Use the up/down arrows to select (ON, OFF, or ON,
Temporarily OFF).
– Save Changes
– Exit no Save
Fig. 74. Save Changes/Exit no Save screen.
DISPLAY Setup
PASSWORD: 000
Use down arrow to Save.
Fig. 68. DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
Fig. 75. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
Select
Exit
Use up or down arrows to move to another selection. If ENTER
is pressed, the following screen appears:
Fig. 69. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
Select
Exit
Fig. 76. Select/Exit screen.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
Choose up arrow to exit to normal display function.
Fig. 70. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
Display Setup—CS TEST
Use the down arrow to scroll through the menu choices until
CS ON/OFF appears.
CS TEST allows the Call Service message to be viewed.
Accuracy and appearance can be viewed without putting the
7800 SERIES into lockout.
To access the CS TEST menu:
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CS ON/OFF
DISPLAY Setup will appear. If you have a personal password,
enter it to enter setup.
Fig. 71. DISPLAY Setup/Select: CS ON/OFF screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
DISPLAY Setup
PASSWORD: 000
Select
Exit
Fig. 77. DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen.
Fig. 72. Select/Exit screen.
Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at the same
time.
Press Down arrow to Select.
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Select
Exit
CALL SERVICE
Fig. 84. CALL SERVICE screen.
Fig. 78. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
Fig. 85. Blank screen.
Fig. 79. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
The blank screen is displayed for two seconds.
Use the down arrow to scroll through menu choices until CS
TEST appears.
When done, the display will be:
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CS TEST
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CS TEST
Fig. 86. DISPLAY Setup/Select CS TEST screen.
Fig. 80. DISPLAY Setup/Select CS TEST screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
Fig. 87. Select/Exit screen.
Fig. 81. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Exit.
Choose Select.
You will be taken completely out of the Setup menu.
The display will sequence once through the Call Service
message you have entered during the CS Edit setup.
Display Setup—CS EDIT
Below is the default message.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time
to select.
Select
Exit
CS EDIT allows customizing or personalizing a Call Service
message. Three screens of messages are available. Each
screen has two lines of text with 20 characters available. See
Table 9 for available characters. This message will be
displayed with the 7800 SERIES is in a lockout condition in
place of the normal Lockout Fault condition. Note that the Call
Service feature must be turned ON using the CS ON/OFF
selection.
To access the CS EDIT menu:
Press the left three buttons of the KDM for one second, then
release.
Fig. 82. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
DISPLAY Setup will appear. If you have a personal password,
enter it to enter Setup.
. . . LOCKOUT . . . . . . .
DISPLAY Setup
PASSWORD: 000
Fig. 83. LOCKOUT screen.
Fig. 88. DISPLAY Setup/PASSWORD screen.
Displayed for two seconds.
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Press ENTER by pressing the two ENTER buttons at the same
time.
. . . LOCKOUT . . . . . . .
Select
Exit
Fig. 95. LOCKOUT screen.
Using the left/right arrow will move the cursor left and right. Up
and down arrows will move you through the series of available
scripts (See Table 9). Up to 20 characters per line (you have
two lines available) can be used in your message.
Fig. 89. Select/Exit screen.
Choose Select.
NOTE: Moving through the scripts:
1.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CLONE
Fig. 90. DISPLAY Setup/Select CLONE screen.
Use the down arrow to scroll down through menu choices until
CS EDIT appears.
Pressing and holding an up/down arrow will fast
forward to the end of the current script.
2.
A space is located between the capital and lower
case alphabets.
3.
A space is added if you move the cursor right
when it is under an empty character position.
Pressing the ENTER keys will show:
Save
Exit
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CS EDIT
< Clear
EOL
Fig. 96. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Fig. 91. DISPLAY Setup/Select CS EDIT screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Select
Exit
Pressing the left arrow will clear text on the line you are on and
return you to the CS Edit screen. When you have finished
entering your description, press the ENTER keys.
Save
Exit
< Clear
EOL
Fig. 92. Select/Exit screen.
Fig. 97. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Choose Select.
Press the down arrow to Save.
Call Service Setup
Edit Screen: 1
Call Service Setup
Edit Screen: 1
Fig. 93. Call Service Setup/Edit Screen 1 screen.
Press ENTER using the two ENTER buttons at the same time.
Fig. 98. Call Service Setup screen.
Use the up arrow to go to screen 2 or 3. Repeat the above
steps for custom messages you wish to create. When
complete with your final message, press ENTER.
Select
Exit
Save
Exit
Fig. 94. Select/Exit screen.
< Clear
EOL
Choose Select.
Fig. 99. Save/Exit/Clear EOL screen.
Use the up arrow to select Exit.
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B. MV2 is commanded to be open while MV1 remains
closed, to depressurize the space. After four seconds, MV2
is commanded closed again.
DISPLAY Setup
Select: CS EDIT
C. This is followed by a three-second delay during which the
valve proving pressure switch (VPS) is ignored.
Fig. 100. DISPLAY Setup/Select CS EDIT screen.
use the up arrow to scroll to CS TEST item to view your
message. Return back to CS EDIT to make any corrections.
Use the up arrow to scroll to CS ON/OFF to turn on your
customer Call Service message.
D. Thereafter, the VPS is monitored for the duration of the
Valve Proving Test time, and, if it turns on, then a lockout
occurs (because the gas pressure has increased due to a
leaky upstream valve).
E. MV1 is commanded to be open while the MV2 remains
closed, to pressurize the space. After four seconds, MV1 is
commanded closed again.
Press ENTER, then Exit if you are finished.
APPENDIX B
F. This is followed by a three-second delay, during which the
valve proving pressure switch (VPS) is ignored.
G. Thereafter, the VPS is monitored for the duration of the
Valve Proving Test time, and, if it turns off, then a lockout
occurs (because the gas pressure has decreased due to a
leaky downstream valve).
VALVE PROVING SYSTEM
The S7800A1142 display is required to set up this feature.
Valve Proving System feature provides a systematic way of
testing the valve seat integrity to assure the valves are indeed
in the closed state when the system is off line—in Standby.
At commissioning time, the Valve Proving System may be
scheduled to occur at one of five different times: Never, Before,
After, Both, and Split.
• Never—Device Default as received; in this case Valve
Proving does not occur.
• Before—Valve Proving occurs prior to ignition trials.
• After—Valve Proving occurs after the Run state; before the
internal Safety Relay dropout state.
• Both—Valve Proving occurs at both times Before and After
noted above.
• Split—the high pressure test (MV2 seat test) is performed at
the Before time and the low pressure test (MV1 seat test) is
performed during the After.
The Valve Proving items programmed are:
Setup of Valve Proving Function
Prior to setup of the Valve Proving Function, follow the
procedures in the appendix of the Relay Module to complete
the worksheet and obtain the Valve Proving Test Time.
An S7800A1142 Keyboard Display Module (KDM) is required
for this setup and the RM78XX must have the Valve Proving
function. The device must be in Standby or Alarm to get the
Setup screen.
1.
Scroll down until “Setup” is displayed in the second line.
SETUP NEEDED
Setup
Fig. 101. STANDBy/Setup screen.
Enable Valve Proving and, if so, when to perform it.
The time duration of the test is selected from a table
where values and ranges are provided.
Valve Proving Function
2.
Valve proving consists of monitoring the pressure in the space
between two shutoff valves, MV1 (upstream) and MV2
(downstream). The valve proving function, identified by letters
A through G, will operate as follows:
STANDBY
± BC Password: 00
1.
2.
NOTE: The tolerance on all valve proving timing values is
±10%.
Below are steps performed during Valve Proving tests. This
section is for background information and does not define the
exact behavioral requirements.
A. The RM78XX requires the combustion airflow switch (terminal 7) to power the gas valves for testing. The airflow
remains on throughout the Valve Proving Test. RM7890 will
require power on terminal 7.
Enter the Setup subroutine by pressing the far right key
on the display. Note that the second line now reads “BC
Password”.
SU
Fig. 102. Password screen.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Use the up/down arrows to enter the first number—7.
Use the far right key to shift over one space.
Use the up/down arrows to enter the second number 8.
Press Enter (far right two buttons).
To get to the next screen, press down arrow. “Getting
Data” will be displayed, then the following screen.
SETUP: ValveProve
± VP When: BEFORE
SU
Fig. 103. SETUP: Valve Prove screen.
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NOTE: This screen sets up when to do the Valve Proving
Test.
8.
NOTE: Use Never on initial startup so that System Checkout
can be performed. Then come back to set final
operation configuration followed by the VPS system
checkout.
Fig. 104. Save Changes screen.
Use the down arrow to save changes. After pressing the
down arrow, “Getting Data” is displayed.
SETUP: ValveProve
±VP Time: 00:30
Fig. 108. Confirmation Correct screen.
14.
Use the down arrow to confirm correct.
NOTE: Using the up arrow during this step will take you back
to the beginning of the setup routine.
“Getting Data” will be displayed.
=Save changes
=Exit no save
9.
=Confirm correct
=Incorrect
Use the up/down arrows to select from Never, Before,
After, Both, or Split, then press ENTER.
CONFIRM:ValvProve
±VP When: BEFORE ?
Fig. 109. Confirm screen.
15.
SU
SC
Press Enter.
=Confirm correct
=Incorrect
Fig. 105. Valve Prove time screen.
This screen sets up how long the RM78XX will conduct the
Valve Proving Test for a given time. VP TIme: 00:00 is shown.
10.
Enter the appropriate Valve Proving test time from the
worksheet in the RM78XX Instruction Sheet.
Use the up arrow to increase time. Time increases:
a. 0 to 60 seconds in 1-second intervals.
b. 60 to 600 seconds in 10-second intervals.
c. 10 to 60 minutes in 1-minute intervals.
Press ENTER when correct time is displayed.
Fig. 110. Confirm Correct screen.
16. Use the down arrow to confirm correct.
17. Use the down arrow to confirm correct.
“Getting Data” will be displayed.
SETUP DONE: Press
Reset for 5 sec . . .
Fig. 111. Setup Done screen.
=Save changes
=Exit no save
18.
Go to the relay module and press and hold the RESET
button for five seconds to program the Valve Proving
setup into the relay module.
The Release Reset screen will appear on the KDM.
Fig. 106. Save Changes screen.
11.
Use the down arrow to save changes. After pressing the
down arrow, “Getting Data” is displayed.
12. Use down arrow to save changes.
“Getting Data” is displayed.
SETUP DONE:
... release Reset
The following steps are to confirm your selections.
Fig. 112. Release Reset screen.
CONFIRM:ValvProve
±VP When: BEFORE ?
SC
Changing the Valve Proving features is still possible. With the
relay module in Start Switch, scroll to the Setup line and enter
the password to change the settings.
Fig. 107. Confirmation Acknowledgement screen.
13.
Once the system is in operation, the settings of the Valve
Proving can be viewed un Diagnostics, using your S7800
Keyboard Display Module (KDM).
Press ENTER to acknowledge.
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APPENDIX C
8.
Setup of Post Purge
NOTE:
An S7800A1142, Keyboard Display Module (KDM), is
required for the setup of the RM78XX Post Purge Timing.
When the RM78XX is installed and powered, “STANDBY” will
be shown on the first line of the display (Fig. 114).
=Save changes
=Exit no save
Fig. 116. Save Changes screen.
9.
Fig. 113. Setup Needed screen.
Scroll down until “Setup” is displayed in the second line.
Enter the setup sub-routine by pressing the far right key
on the display.
CONFIRM: Postpurge
±PostTime: 00:30 ?
=Confirm correct
=Incorrect
Fig. 118. Confirm correct/incorrect screen.
The second line reads “BC Password”.
Use the up/down arrows to enter the first number, 7.
Use the far right key to shift over one space.
Use the up/down arrows to enter the second number, 8.
Press Enter (left and right arrows simultaneously).
To select the next screen, press the down arrow key;
“Getting Data” will be momentarily displayed, followed by
the screen shown in Fig. 119.
IMPORTANT:
You will need to scroll through the Valve Proving Test
Setup (see Appendix B) to get to this screen.
SETUP:Postpurge
±PostTime: 00:30
Press Enter.
SU
Fig. 114. Entering the setup sub-routine.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
SC
Fig. 117. Confirm Postpurge time.
1.
STANDBY
± BC Password: 00
Use down arrow to save changes. “Getting Data” is
displayed momentarily.
The following steps are used to confirm your selection.
SETUP NEEDED
Setup
1.
2.
Press Enter when the correct postpurge time is
displayed.
SU
2.
Press the down arrow to confirm the correct postpurge
time. “Getting Data” will be displayed until the screen in
Fig. 119 appears.
SETUP DONE: Press
Reset for 5 sec . . .
Fig. 119. Setup Done screen.
3.
Go to the RM7897 and press and hold the reset button
for five seconds to program the postpurge time into the
relay module.
The Release Reset screen will appear on the KDM.
Fig. 115. Setting Post Purge time.
This screen allows for setting up the Postpurge timings. This
will be the time that the Combustion Fan (terminal 5) will
remain energized after the Stop Switch/Limit (terminal 6) is
interrupted. This time will run concurrent with Valve Proving
Test if After, Both, or Split option is selected.
Fig. 120. Release Reset screen.
Changing the postpurge time feature is still possible. With the
RM in Standby, scrolling to the Setup line and entering with the
password allows the settings to be changed.
Use the up arrow to increase the postpurge time.
Time increases:
Once the system is in operation, the settings of the postpurge
time can be viewed under Diagnostics, using your S7800
Keyboard Display Module.
0 to 60 seconds in 1 second intervals.
60 to 600 seconds in 10 second intervals.
10 to 60 minutes in 1 minute intervals.
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... release Reset
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APPENDIX D
Tables
Table 8. EA Assign Messages.
EA Assign Messages
Terminal
Current Message
Message
Fixed Text
Message
45
Changeable Text
4
Valve Close
23
High Water
Default 01
5
Burner Switch
24
LowLow H2O
46
Default 02
6
Oper Control
25
High Stack
47
Default 03
7
Aux Limit 1
26
High Blast
48
Default 04
8
Aux Limit 2
27
Low Pilot P
49
Default 05
9
LWCO
28
High Pilot P
50
Default 06
10
High Limit
29
Comb A Damp
51
Default 07
11
Aux Limit 3
30
STk Dmp PV
52
Default 08
12
Oil Select
31
F.D. Fan IL
53
Default 09
13
Hi Oil Pres
32
Recirc Fan
54
Default 10
14
Low Oil Pres
33
Exhaust Fan
55
Default 11
15
High Oil Temp
34
Combust Fan
56
Default 12
16
Low Oil Temp
35
Oil Pump
57
Default 13
17
Gas Select
36
Low FGR
58
Default 14
18
High Gas Pres
37
Low Comb AP
59
Default 15
19 (gas)
Low Gas Pres
38
Hgh Tmp
60
Default 16
39
ControLinks
61
Default 17
19 (oil)
20
Airflow Sw
62
Default 18
21
Aux ILK 4
63
Default 19
22
Aux ILK 5
64
Default 20
Table 9. Edit Available Text and Characters.
Edit Available Text
and Characters
A
a
(Space)
Å
å
B
b
?
Á
á
C
c
!
À
à
D
d
“
Â
â
E
e
-
Ä
ä
F
f
:
Ã
ã
G
g
&
É
é
H
h
#
È
è
I
i
(
Ê
ê
J
j
)
Ë
ë
K
k
*
Í
í
L
l
+
Ì
ì
M
m
.
Î
î
N
n
,
Ï
ï
O
o
/
Ó
ó
P
p
0
Ò
ò
Q
q
1
Ô
ô
‘
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Table 9. Edit Available Text and Characters. (Continued)
Edit Available Text
and Characters
R
r
2
Õ
õ
S
s
3
Ö
ö
T
t
4
Ú
ú
U
u
5
Ù
ù
V
v
6
Û
û
W
w
7
Ü
ü
X
x
8
Ç
ç
Y
y
9
Ñ
ñ
Z
z
Ÿ
ÿ
APPENDIX E: MODBUS FUNCTION
Function Codes
See Appendix A pages 26 and 27 for Setup.
OPERATION
The S7800 ModBusTM Data Feature enables terminal 1, 2 to
Data + and Data -. Table 17 provides register mapping. It
identifies the mapping of the 7800 SERIES parameters to
ModBusTM registers.
Supported function codes of Modbus Protocol Reference
Guide (PI-MBUS-300 Rev. J) are 3, 4, 6, and 17. Function
codes 3 and 4 are treated the same by the S7800. Two
registers need to be read when the data format is a U32 value
(4 bytes); if both registers are not read, then a data value of 0
(zero) is returned. U32 values are in little endian format. The
maximum number of addresses that can be queried is 127
(0x7F) for each query message.
Tables 3 through 7 provide information on the function codes.
NOTE: All Query and Response cells below are 1 byte.
Table 10. Query Message Format for Function Codes 3 and 4.
Function
Code
Slave Address
01
03
Starting
Starting
Number of
Number of
Address High Address Low Addresses High Addresses Low
00
0A
00
01
CRC
A4
CRC
08
Table 11. Response Message Format for Function Codes 3 and 4.
Slave Address
01
Function Code
03
Byte Count
02
Data High
00
Data Low
22
CRC
CRC
38
5D
Table 12. Query Message Format for Function Code 6 (Broadcast is supported by using a slave address of 00).
Slave
Address
01
Function
Code
06
Starting
Starting
Address High Address Low
00
7F
Preset Data
High
00
Preset Data
Low
04
CRC
B9
CRC
D1
Table 13. Response Message Format for Function Code 6 (There is no response if the query was broadcast.)
Slave
Address
01
Function
Code
06
Starting
Starting
Address High Address Low
00
7F
Preset Data
High
00
04
Table 14. Query Message Format for Function Code 17.
Slave
Address
03
Function
Code
11
CRC
C1
4C
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Exception
Code
CRC
D1
Description
01
Illegal
Function
An illegal function as requested. Only
3, 4, 6 and 17 are supported.
02
Illegal
Data
Address
Too many bytes requested, address
is out of range, register is read only,
or the number of address requested
is past the last register.
03
Illegal
Data
Value
The “Preset Data” from function code
6 is invalid/out of range.
CRC
38
CRC
Table 16. Exception Codes.
Table 15. Exception Response Message Format.
Function
Code
+ 80h
CRC
B9
Exception
Code
Definition
CRC
NOTE: See Table 18 for function code 17 response format.
Slave
Address
Preset Data
Low
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
Device Address and Baud Rate
Assign each device in the system a unique address by setting the
MODBUS ADDRESS (see page 26). Only RTU communications
with 1 Start Bit, 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit and no parity is supported.
NOTE: Assign a device address number from 01 to 99. 00 is
not an acceptable address number and will not work,
except for the broadcast ability of function 6.
NOTE: In Tables 10, 15 and 18: Line 1 and Line 2 refer to the
two lines of text on the S7800 Keyboard Display Module. In Tables 21, 23 and 24: The String Code column
references Table 21, String Codes. In Table 22: The
Burner Control State Bits column references Table
21, Burner Control State Bits..
Table 17. ModBus™ Register Assignments.
Address
(hex)
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0008
000A
Register
(dec)
40001
40002
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40009
40011
Parameter Name
Burner Control (BC) Fault Code
BC Fault String Code
BC Sequence State
BC State String Code (line 1)
BC State String Code (line 2)
BC Sequence time
BC Total cycles
BC Total hours
BC Flame 1 signal strength
Read/
Write
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
000B
000C
000D
000E
00100019
001A0023
0024002D
002E0037
00380041
0042004B
004C
40012
40013
40014
40015
4001740026
4002740036
4003740046
4004740056
4005740066
4006740076
40077
BC Flame 2 signal strength
BC State Bits
S7830 First Out Code
S7830 State Bits
BC Fault history record 1
R
R
R
R
R
BC Fault history record 2
R
Second newest fault record. See Table 24.
BC Fault history record 3
R
Third newest fault record. See Table 24.
BC Fault history record 4
R
Fourth newest fault record. See Table 24.
BC Fault history record 5
R
Fifth newest fault record. See Table 24.
BC Fault history record 6
R
Oldest fault record. See Table 24.
R
U16
40078
40080
40081
40083
40085
BC Flame Failure Response
Time
BC Manufacturing code
BC Type Code
S7800M/BC Software version
EA Software version
BC Remote Command status.
004D
004F
0050
0052
0054
R
R
R
R
R
U32
U16
U32
U32
U16
0055
40086
BC Flame Amplifier type
R
U16
0056
00570065
0066
40087
4008840102
40103
BC Purge Time
BC Diagnostics
R
R
U16
U16
Post-Purge time
R
U16
Format
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U32
U32
U16
U16
U16
U16
U32
Notes
See Table 23. Non-zero value = Lockout number.
See Table 22. Lockout text.
See Table 23 (valid only if Fault code = 0).
See Table 22. Simulates Line 1 of S7800.
See Table 22. Simulates Line 2 of S7800.
0-4095 Seconds.
Max value is 0xFFFFFFFF.
Max value is 0xFFFFFFFF.
0 to 255 represents 0.0 to 25.5 volts. Not clipped to 5.0V like
S7800.
0 to 4095. N/A for 7800 SERIES.
See Table 20.
Not supported from S7800.
Newest fault record. See Table 24.
39
Tenths of Seconds.
See Table 19.
Does not apply.
Bit 0: Autonomous.
Bit 1: Remote commanded off.
Bit 2: Remote commanded High fire.
Bit 3: Remote commanded low fire.
Bit 4: Remote reset has/will be sent to BC.a
Bits 5-14: Unused.
Bit 15: Copied after the most recent write to the burner
control command (40128 bit 15).
0 = Standard
1 = Unknown
2 = Amplicheck or missing amplifier
3 = Shutter
Seconds
String codes indicating terminal/jumper state. See Table 20. There
are up to 15 codes. Not all are used for some burner controls.
Seconds
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Table 17. ModBus™ Register Assignments. (Continued)
Address Register
(hex)
(dec)
Parameter Name
0067
40104
Valve Proving Mode
Read/
Write Format
Notes
R
U16
0 = Valve Proving is not enabled
1 = Enabled before Run
2 = Enabled after Run
3 = Enabled before and after Run
4 = Enabled split half before and half after Run
R
U16
1 = Uncommissioned
2 = Commissioned
R
U16
Seconds
0068
40105
Valve Proving option
0069
0066007E
007F
40106
4010340127
40128
Valve Proving time
Unused
01B701B8
01BA
4044040441
40443
Unused
U32
Device Data Ready
U16
01BB
40444
S7800 Device Compatibility
with Current Software
Revision
U16
BC Remote Command
R/W
U16
Only one bit in the LSByte must be set, with the exception of bit 15:
Bit 0 =Revert to autonomous operation.
Bit 1 = Don’t fire, remain off.
Bit 2 = Go to Hi Fire during Run.
Bit 3 = Go to Lo Fire during Run.
Bit 4 = Remote reset.a
Bits 5-7 must be 0.
Bits 8-14 are ignored.
Bit 15: Copied to the control status register. The remote
control status register can be used to verify operation of the
command.
Bits 1-3 must be refreshed at least every 120 seconds, but
not more than once a second, for the burner control to
remain in the commanded state.
Device data was properly received by S7800.
Bit(s)
Device
0
RM78XX
3
EC78XX
4-15
Unused
Device is compatible with the S7810M version
Bit
Device
0
RM78XX
3
EC78XX
4-7
Unused
Used for indication of S7800 revision compatibility.
Bit(s)
Compatible with:
8
Series 2
9-15
Future
S7800 Software Revision
Compatibility with Legacy
Software Revisions.
NOTE: “Device Data Ready” and “S7800 Compatibility” bits can be used to quickly check device availability and compatibility
then read/write registers of only these devices.
Response Message Format for Function Code 17.
This format is device specific and is only available for the 7800
SERIES burner control. See Table 14.
Table 18. Response Message Format for function code 17 (11h), (26 bytes).
Slave
Address
Byte
0
Run Indicator
Statusb
Function
Code
Byte Count Slave IDa
1
2
3
4
a
Device
Descriptionc
5-15
N/A
16-23
Slave ID: Always 0x78 when using RM78xx or EC78xx Relay Modules(1 byte) (byte 3).
Run Indicator Status: Always FF=ON (one byte) (byte 4).
c Device Description: 16 Character ASCII OS number for the Burner Control (11 bytes) (bytes 5-15).
b
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CRC
24
CRC
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Burner Control Type Codes
CODE
The burner control type code indicates the exact model
number of the burner control. See Table 19.
140
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
299
Table 19. Burner Control Type Codes.
CODE
0
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
(undefined)
RM7800E
RM7800G
RM7800L
RM7800M
RM7838A
RM7838B
RM7840E
RM7840G
RM7840L
RM7840M
RM7885A
RM7888A
RM7890A
RM7895A
RM7895B
RM7823A
RM7824A
RM7830A
RM8738C
RM7845A
RM7850A
RM7865A
RM7865B
RM7865C
RM7890B
RM7890B
RM7890C
RM7890D
RM7895C
RM7895D
RM7895E
RM7895F
RM7896A
RM7896B
RM7896C
RM7896D
RM7897A
RM7897C
RM7898A
R7140G
R7140L
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
R7140M
RM78xx
EC7810A
EC7820A
EC7830A
EC7850A
EC7885A
EC7890A
EC7895A
EC7895C
EC7823A
EC7840L
EC7865
EC78xx
7800 SERIES Burner Control State Bits
The burner control sequence state is translated into State Bit
Register as shown in Table 20.
Table 20. Burner Control State Bits.
BIT
Description
BC State Bits Register
0
Initiate
0000 0000 0000 0001
1
Standby
0000 0000 0000 0010
2
Purge
0000 0000 0000 0100
3
Pilot Ignition
0000 0000 0000 1000
4
Main Ignition
0000 0000 0001 0000
5
Run
0000 0000 0010 0000
6
Postpurge
0000 0000 0100 0000
7
Pre-Ignition
0000 0000 1000 0000
8
Valve Proving
0000 0001 0000 0000
13
Alarm
1010 0000 xxxx xxxx
NOTE: Lockout bit is also set.
14
Hold
0100 0000 xxxx xxxx
One other bit may be on.
15
Lockout
1010 0000 0000 0000
NOTE: Alarm bit is also set.
7800 SERIES Sequence State Codes
Sequence state codes are provided by the Burner Control.
Each code is translated into two string codes for displaying an
associated message in two lines. Each code is also translated
into burner control state bits which may be used to generate
and control system diagrams on an operator interface. The
codes can also be retrieved from registers 40004, 40005, and
40013.
The Sequence State Codes shown in Table 21 are valid only if
the Fault Code has a value of zero. If the Fault Code is nonzero, the sequence state field contains the sequence state
code when the lockout occurred.
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Table 21. 7800 SERIES Sequence State Codes
and Associated register code values. (Continued)
Table 21. 7800 SERIES Sequence State Codes
and Associated register code values.
7800 SERIES
Sequence
Register
State
40003
Fault
LOCKOUT
code not
zero
0
UNUSED HISTORY
1
INITIATE
2
INITIATE HOLD: AC
FREQUENCY/
NOISE
3
INITIATE HOLD:
AC LINE DROPOUT
4
INITIATE HOLD:
AC FREQUENCY
5
INITIATE HOLD:
LOW LINE
VOLTAGE
6
STANDBY
7
STANDBY HOLD:
REM
REMOTE CONTROL
String Code
Burner
Control
Line Line Uses State
1
2
mm:ss Bits
52
Table
8000h
24
22
23
0
48
49
0
0
8
49
9
4001h
49
7
4001h
49
60
4001h
103
0
0002h
104
94
4002h
30
31
STANDBY HOLD:
104
START SWITCH
STANDBY HOLD: F/G 104
FLAME DETECTED
STANDBY HOLD:
104
T20
PRE-IGNITION
106
4002h
32
33
35
4002h
86
4002h
11
STANDBY HOLD: T7 104
RUNNING
INTERLOCK
101
4002h
12
STANDBY HOLD: T7 104
LOCKOUT
INTERLOCK
STANDBY HOLD:
104
AIRFLOW SWITCH
PURGE HOLD: T19 93
HIGH FIRE
SWITCH
54
4002h
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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0000h
0001h
4001h
Register
40003
13
4002h
40
4004h
PURGE DELAY:T19 89
HIGH FIRE
JUMPRD
PURGE HOLD:
93
TEST
RUN/TEST SWITCH
39
4004h
98
4004h
PURGE DELAY: T18
LOW FIRE JUMPRD
PURGE HOLD: F/G
FLAME DETECTED
PURGE
PURGE HOLD: T18
LOW FIRE SWITCH
PuRGE HOLD: T7
Running Interlock
89
56
4004h
93
35
4004h
87
93
0
58
93
101
3
0004h
4004h
4004h
42
24
25
26
27
28
29
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
7800 SERIES
Sequence
State
PURGE HOLD:
LOCKOUT
INTERLOCK
PURGE HOLD:
AIRFLOW SWITCH
PURGE HOLD:
START SWITCH
PILOT IGN
PILOT HOLD: TEST
RUN/TEST
SWITCH
PILOT HOLD:
START SWITCH
MAIN IGN
MAIN IG HOLD:
MANUAL-OPEN
SWITCH
RUN
RUN PV HOLD:
LOW FIRE SWITCH
PVHOLD IGN
PV HOLD:
PV HOLD SWITCH
RUN/LOWFIRE:
TEST
RUN/TEST
SWITCH
POSTPURGE
STATE UNKNOWN
RESET/ALARM
TEST
SAFETY START
SAFETY1-1
SAFETY1-2
SAFETY1-3
SAFETY1-4
SAFETY1-5
Blank
PRE-IGNITION
SAFETY 1
PILOT STAB.
MAIN TRIAL
MAIN TRIAL
STANDBY HOLD:
RUN/TEST
SWITCH
STATE 51
STATE 52
SAFETY
RUN/TEST
SWITCH
String Code
Burner
Control
Line Line Uses State
1
2
mm:ss Bits
93
54
4004h
93
13
4004h
93
106
4004h
78
77
0
98
77
106
66
67
0
72
95
96
0
58
77
77
46
45
97
98
83
31
111
0
0
0
102
102
102
102
102
102
0
84
102
79
105
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
1
0
68
68
104
0
0
98
31
31
102
0
0
98
3
0008h
4008h
4008h
3
0010h
4010h
0020h
4020h
3
4008h
4008h
4020h
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
0040h
6000h
6000h
4002h
0008h
0008h
0008h
0008h
0008h
A000h
0080h
0008h
0008h
0010h
0010h
4002h
A000h
A000h
4008h
7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
7800 SERIES String Codes
Table 21. 7800 SERIES Sequence State Codes
and Associated register code values. (Continued)
Register
40003
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
7800 SERIES
Sequence
State
STATE 54
STANDBY HOLD:
PURGE FAN
SWITCH
STATE 56
PURGE HOLD:
PURGE FAN
SWITCH
STANDBY HOLD
FLAME DETECTED
STANDBY HOLD
COMB. PRESSURE
VP START
VP MV2 ON
VP LOW DLY
VP LOW TST
VP MV1 ON
VP HIGH DLY
VP HIGH TST
INITIATE HOLD: AC
AC PHASE ERROR
STANDBY HOLD:
PRE-IGNITION ILK
SETUP NEEDED
STATE 70
BURNER OFF: T6
BURNER SWITCH
STANDBY HOLD:
(EA) HOLD MSG
STANDBY HOLD:
(EA) CIRCUIT
FAULT
STANDBY HOLD
(EA)
PURGE HOLD (EA)
UNUSED
UNUSED
UNUSED
UNUSED
UNUSED
STANDBY HOLD
(EA): VALVE
CLOSURE
STANDBY HOLD
(EA) OTHER PII
String Code
Burner
Control
Line Line Uses State
1
2
mm:ss Bits
31
104
0
92
0
92
A000h
4004h
104
35
4002h
104
26
4002h
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
49
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
104
85
4002h
217
31
22
0
0
23
A000h
A000h
4002h
184
30
4002h
184
185
0
0
0
0
0
184
184
25
Varies
Varies
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4100h
4100h
4100h
4100h
4100h
4100h
4100h
4001h
4002h
4002h
4004h
0h
0h
109
75
Table 22. 7800 SERIES String codes.
A000h
4002h
31
93
184
Table 23 contains a listing of all string codes provided by the
S7800M. The associated string is not implemented in the
S7800M; it is a string equivalent to that displayed on the S7800
Keyboard Display Module or similar device.
0h
0h
4002h
4002h
43
String Code
String
0
(blank)
1
1
2
1-1
3
1-2
4
1-3
5
1-4
6
1-5
7
AC FREQUENCY
8
AC Frequency/Noise
9
AC LINE DROPOUT
10
AC PHASE
11
ACCESSORY FAULT
12
AIRFLOW SW. ON
13
AIRFLOW SWITCH
14
ATOMIZING SW
15
AUX INTERLOCK #4
16
AUX INTERLOCK #5
17
AUX LIMIT #1
18
AUX LIMIT #2
19
AUX LIMIT #3
20
BLOCK INTAKE
21
BOTH FUELS SELECT
22
BURNER OFF
23
BURNER SWITCH
24
CALL SERVICE
25
CIRCUIT FAULT
26
COMB. PRESSURE
27
CONTROL ON
28
DELAYED MV ON
29
DEVICE SPECIFIC
30
EA HOLD MESSAGES
31
UNKNOWN STATE
32
FLAME AMP TYPE
33
FLAME AMP/SHUTR
34
FLAME AMPLIFIER
35
FLAME DETECTED
36
FLAME TOO STRONG
37
FLAME-OUT TIMER
38
FUEL SELECT OFF
39
HIGH FIRE JUMPERED
40
HIGH FIRE SWITCH
41
HIGH GAS PRESSURE
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Table 22. 7800 SERIES String codes. (Continued)
String Code
Table 22. 7800 SERIES String codes. (Continued)
String
String Code
String
42
HIGH LIMIT
89
43
HIGH OIL PRESSURE
90
PURGE FAN SW OFF
44
HIGH OIL TEMP
91
PURGE FAN SW ON
45
HOLD SWITCH
92
PURGE FAN SWITCH
46
iGNITION
93
PURGE HOLD
47
IGNITION ON
94
REMOTE CONTROL
48
INITIATE
95
RUN
49
INITIATE HOLD
96
RUN HOLD
50
JUMPERS CHANGED
97
RUN/LOWFIRE
51
JUMPERS WRONG
98
RUn/TEST SWITCH
52
LOCKOUT
99
RUNNING ILK
53
LOCKOUT ILK ON
100
RUNNING ILK ON
54
LOCKOUT INTERLOCK
101
RUNNING INTERLOCK
55
LOCKOUT SWITCH
102
SAFETY
56
LOW FIRE JUMPERED
103
STANDBY
57
LOW FIRE SW OFF
104
STANDBY HOLD
58
LOW FIRE SWITCH
105
START
59
LOW GAS PRESSURE
106
START SWITCH
60
LOW LINE VOLTAGE
107
START SWITCH ON
61
LOW OIL PRESSURE
108
TEST STATE
62
LOW OIL TEMP
109
VALVE CLOSURE
63
LWCO
110
ALL SWITCHES ON
64
MAIN FLAME FAIL
111
RESET/ALARM TEST
65
MAIN FLAME IGN.
112
Run/Test Switch RUN
66
MAIN IGN
113
Run/Test Switch TEST
67
MAIN IGN HOLD
114
Operator Control T6 = 0
68
MAIN TRIAL
115
Operator Control T6 = 1
69
MAIN VALVE ON
116
Interlock T7 = 0
70
MAN-OPEN SW. OFF
117
Interlock T7 = 1
71
MAN-OPEN SW. ON
118
Airflow Interlock T7 = 0
72
MAN-OPEN SW.
119
Airflow Interlock T7 = 1
73
NO PURGE CARD
120
Block Intake T7 = 0
74
OTHER INTERLOCKS
121
Block Intake T7 = 1
75
OTHER PREIGN ILK
122
Valve T8 = 0
76
PILOT FLAME FAIL
123
Valve T8 = 1
77
PILOT HOLD
124
Intrptd PV T8 = 0
78
PILOT IGN
125
Intrptd PV T8 = 1
79
PILOT STABILIZE
126
Main Valve T9 = 0
80
PILOT VALVE 1 ON
127
Main Valve T9 = 1
81
PILOT VALVE 2 ON
128
Ignition T10 = 0
82
POOR FLAME SENSOR
129
Ignition T10 = 1
83
POSTPURGE
130
PV Hold T16 = 0
84
PRE-IGNITION
131
PV Hold T16 = 1
85
PRE-IGNITION ILK
132
Input A T16 = 0
86
PRE-IGNITION
133
Input A T16 = 1
87
PURGE
134
ManOpenSw T17 = 0
88
PURGE CARD ERROR
135
ManOpenSw T17 = 1
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Table 22. 7800 SERIES String codes. (Continued)
String Code
Table 22. 7800 SERIES String codes. (Continued)
String
String Code
136
Input B T17 = 0
183
137
Input B T17 = 1
138
PreIgn ILK T17 = 0
String
Jumper 3 Clipped)
139
PreIgn ILK T17 = 1
NOTE: The values that follow are generated when the fault
code is zero and the Expanded Annunciator code
indicates that one or more switches are open. The
Line 2 string code will indicate which switch is open.
140
LowFire Sw T18 = 0
184
STANDBY HOLD (EA)
141
LowFire Sw T18 = 1
185
PURGE HOLD (EA)
142
Purge Fan T18 = 0
186
PILOT HOLD (EA)
143
Purge Fan T18 = 1
187
MAIN IG HOLD (EA)
144
HighFire Sw T19 = 0
188
RUN HOLD (EA)
145
HighFire Sw T19 = 1
189
POSTPURGE HOLD (EA)
146
PreIgn ILK T20 = 0
190
PRE-IGNITION HOLD (EA)
147
PreIgn ILK T20 = 1
191
-SKIPPED-
148
Lockout Inp T20 = 0
192
DEMAND T6 = 0
149
Lockout Inp T20 = 1
193
DEMAND T6 = 1
150
Comb Press T20 = 0
194
PILOT VALVE T8 = 0
151
Comb Press T20 = 1
195
PILOT VALVE T8 = 1
152
Valv/Start T21 = 0
196
INTERMIT PV T8 = 0
153
Valv/Start T21 = 1
197
INTERMIT PV T8 = 1
154
Intmitt PV T21 = 0
198
MAIN VALVE1 T9 = 0
155
Intmitt PV T21 = 1
199
MAIN VALVE1 T9 = 1
156
Terminal T6 = 0
200
VP SWITCH T16 = 0
157
Terminal T6 = 1
201
VP SWITCH T16 = 1
158
Terminal T7 = 0
202
MAIN VALVE2 T17 = 0
159
Terminal T7 = 1
203
MAIN VALVE2 T17 = 1
160
Terminal T8 = 0
204
INTRUPTD PV T21 = 0
161
Terminal T8 = 1
205
INTRUPTD PV T21 = 1
162
Terminal T9 = 0
206
DELAYED MV T21 = 0
163
Terminal T9 = 1
207
DELAYED MV T21 = 1
164
Terminal T10 = 0
208
START SW T21 = 0
165
Terminal T10 = 1
209
START SW T21 = 1
166
Terminal T16 = 0
210
VP START
167
Terminal T16 = 1
211
VP MV2 ON
168
Terminal T17 = 0
212
VP LOW DLY
169
Terminal T17 = 1
213
VP LOW TST
170
Terminal T18 = 0
214
VP MV1 ON
171
Terminal T18 = 1
215
VP HIGH DLY
172
Terminal T19 = 0
216
VP HIGH TST
173
Terminal T19 = 1
217
VP SETUP NEEDED
174
Terminal T20 = 0
218
MAIN VALVE 1 OFF
175
Terminal T20 = 1
219
MAIN VALVE 2 OFF
176
Terminal T21 = 0
220
MAIN VALVE 1 ON
177
Terminal T21 = 1
221
MAIN VALVE 2 ON
178
Jumper 1 Intact
222
VPS OFF
179
Jumper 1 Clipped
223
VPS ON
180
Jumper 2 Intact
181
Jumper 2 Clipped
182
Jumper 3 Intact
45
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7800 SERIES Fault Codes
Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes. (Continued)
Table 23 is a complete list of fault codes that may appear in the
fault code register. The Fault String Code register will contain
the corresponding String code identified in the table.
Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes.
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
41
FAULT 41: MAIN VALVE ON
69
42
FAULT 42: PILOT VALVE 1 ON
80
43
FAULT 43: IGNITION ON
47
44
FAULT 44: PILOT VALVE 2 ON
81
0
Blank (no fault)
0
45
FAULT 45: LOW FIRE SW OFF
57
1
FAULT 1: NO PURGE CARD
73
46
FAULT 46: FLAME AMP TYPE
32
2
FAULT 2: AC FREQUENY/NOISE
8
47
FAULT 47: JUMPERS CHANGED
50
3
FAULT 3: AC LINE DROPOUT
9
48
FAULT 48: DELAYED MV ON
28
4
FAULT 4: AC FREQUENCY
7
49
FAULT 49: MAN-OPEN SW. ON
71
5
FAULT 5: LOW LINE VOLTAGE
60
50
FAULT 50: JUMPERS WRONG
51
6
FAULT 6: PURGE CARD ERROR
88
51
FAULT 51: FLAME TOO STRONG
36
7
FAULT 7: FLAME AMPLIFIER
34
52
FAULT 52: CALL SERVICE
24
8
FAULT 8: FLAME AMP/SHUTR
33
53
FAULT 53: LOCKOUT SWITCH
55
9
FAULT 9: FLAME DETECTED
35
54
FAULT 54: COMB. PRESSURE
26
10
FAULT 10: PRE-IGNITION ILK
85
55
FAULT 55: PURGE FAN SW ON
91
11
FAULT 11: RUNNING ILK ON
100
56
FAULT 56: BLOCK INTAKE
20
12
FAULT 12: LOCKOUT ILK ON
53
57
FAULT 57: PURGE FAN SW OFF
90
13
FAULT 13: AIRFLOW SW. ON
12
58
FAULT 58: COMB. PRESS/FLAME
26
14
FAULT 14: HIGH FIRE SWITCH
40
59
FAULT 59: CALL SERVICE
24
15
FAULT 15: FLAME DETECTED
35
60
FAULT 60: CALL SERVICE
24
16
FAULT 16: FLAME-OUT TIMER
37
61
FAULT 61: MV1 OFF
218
17
FAULT 17: MAIN FLAME FAIL
64
62
FAULT 62: MV2 OFF
219
18
FAULT 18: FLAME DETECTED
35
63
FAULT 63: MV1 ON
220
19
FAULT 19: MAIN FLAME IGN.
65
64
FAULT 64: MV2 ON
221
20
FAULT 20: LOW FIRE SW OFF
57
65
FAULT 65: VPS OFF
222
21
FAULT 21: RUNNING ILK
99
66
FAULT 66: VPS ON
223
22
FAULT 22: LOCKOUT ILK
54
67
FAULT 67: AC PHASE
10
23
FAULT 23: AIRFLOW SWITCH
13
68
FAULT 68: PRE-IGNITION ILK
85
24
FAULT 24: CALL SERVICE
24
69
FAULT 69: CALL SERVICE
24
25
FAULT 25: CALL SERVICE
24
70
FAULT 70: CALL SERVICE
24
26
FAULT 26: MAN-OPEN SW. OFF
70
71-75
FAULT 71-75: DEVICE SPECIFIC
29
27
FAULT 27: START SWITCH ON
107
76-93
FAULT 76-93: ACCESSORY FAULT
11
28
FAULT 28: PILOT FLAME FAIL
76
94-127
FAULT 94-127: CALL SERVICE
24
29
FAULT 29: LOCKOUT ILK
54
128
FAULT 128: POOR FLAME SENSOR
82
30
FAULT 30: RUNNING ILK
101
129–141 FAULT 129-141: CALL SERVICE
24
31
FAULT 31: LOW FIRE SW OFF
57
142
FAULT 32: AIRFLOW SWITCH
13
FAULT 68z: OTHER PREIGN
75
32
33
FAULT 33: PRE-IGNITION ILK
85
143
FAULT 68y: VALVE CLOSUREEA
109
34
FAULT 34: CONTROL ON
27
144
FAULT 33z: OTHER PREIGN ILKEA
75
35
FAULT 35: CALL SERVICE
24
145
ILKEA
109
EA
FAULT 33y: VALVE CLOSURE
36
FAULT 36: CALL SERVICE
24
146
FAULT 32s: OTHER INTERLOCKS
74
37
FAULT 37: CALL SERVICE
24
147
FAULT 32r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
38
FAULT 38: CALL SERVICE
24
148
FAULT 39: CALL SERVICE
24
FAULT 32q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
39
40
FAULT 40: CALL SERVICE
24
149
FAULT 32p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
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7800 SERIES S7800A1142 KEYBOARD DISPLAY MODULE
Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes. (Continued)
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes. (Continued)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
150
FAULT 32o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
188
FAULT 29m: ATOMIZING SWEA
14
151
FAULT 32n: HIGH GAS PRESSUREEA 41
189
FAULT 29k: LOW OIL TEMPEA
62
152
FAULT 32m: ATOMIZING SWEA
14
190
FAULT 29j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
153
FAULT 32k: LOW OIL TEMPEA
62
191
FAULT 29i LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
154
FAULT 32j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
192
FAULT 29h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
155
FAULT 32i: LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
193
FAULT 29g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
156
FAULT 32h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
194
FAULT 29f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
157
FAULT 32g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
195
FAULT 29e: AUX LIMIT #3EA
19
158
FAULT 32f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
196
FAULT 29d: HIGH LIMITEA
42
19
197
159
FAULT 32e: AUX LIMIT #3
160
EA
FAULT 32d: HIGH LIMIT
42
161
FAULT 32c: LWCOEA
162
EA
63
EA
FAULT 29c: LWCO
198
FAULT 29b: AUX LIMIT #2
EA
18
63
199
FAULT 29a: AUX LIMIT #1EA
17
FAULT 32b: AUX LIMIT #2EA
18
200
FAULT 23s: OTHER INTERLOCKSEA
74
163
FAULT 32a: AUX LIMIT #1EA
17
201
FAULT 23r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
164
FAULT 30s: OTHER INTERLOCKSEA
74
202
FAULT 23q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
165
FAULT 30r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
203
FAULT 23p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
166
FAULT 30q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
204
FAULT 23o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
167
FAULT 30p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
205
FAULT 23n: HIGH GAS PRESSUREEA 41
168
FAULT 30o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
206
FAULT 23m: ATOMIZING SWEA
41
14
169
FAULT 30n: HIGH GAS PRESSURE
170
FAULT 30m: ATOMIZING SWEA
14
208
FAULT 23j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
171
FAULT 30k: LOW OIL TEMPEA
62
209
FAULT 23i LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
172
FAULT 30j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
210
FAULT 23h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
173
FAULT 30i: LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
211
FAULT 23g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
174
FAULT 30h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
212
FAULT 23f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
175
FAULT 30g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
213
FAULT 23e: AUX LIMIT #3EA
19
176
FAULT 30f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
214
FAULT 23d: HIGH LIMITEA
42
177
FAULT 30e: AUX LIMIT #3EA
19
215
FAULT 23c: LWCOEA
63
42
216
63
178
EA
EA
FAULT 30d: HIGH LIMIT
207
EA
FAULT 23k: LOW OIL TEMP
62
FAULT 23b: AUX LIMIT #2
EA
18
217
FAULT 23a: AUX LIMIT #1
EA
17
179
FAULT 30c: LWCO
180
FAULT 30b: AUX LIMIT #2EA
18
218
FAULT 22s: OTHER INTERLOCKSEA
74
181
FAULT 30a: AUX LIMIT #1EA
17
219
FAULT 22r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
182
FAULT 29s: OTHER INTERLOCKSEA
74
220
FAULT 22q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
183
FAULT 29r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
221
FAULT 22p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
184
FAULT 29q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
222
FAULT 22o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
185
FAULT 29p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
223
FAULT 22n: HIGH GAS PRESSUREEA 41
186
FAULT 29o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
224
FAULT 22m: ATOMIZING SWEA
14
187
FAULT 29n: HIGH GAS PRESSUREEA 41
225
FAULT 22k: LOW OIL TEMPEA
62
EA
47
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Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes. (Continued)
Table 23. 7800 SERIES Fault Codes. (Continued)
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
Fault
Code
(Reg
40001)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
Fault
String
Code
(Table 22)
Fault Message
(NOTE: FAULT n: is not in
the Fault and Strings Code)
226
FAULT 22j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
248
FAULT 21f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
227
FAULT 22i: LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
249
FAULT 21e: AUX LIMIT #3EA
19
228
FAULT 22h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
250
FAULT 21d: HIGH LIMITEA
42
229
FAULT 22g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
251
FAULT 21c: LWCOEA
63
230
FAULT 22f: FUEL SELECT OFFEA
38
252
FAULT 21b: AUX LIMIT #2EA
18
231
FAULT 22e: AUX LIMIT #3EA
19
253
FAULT 21a: AUX LIMIT #1EA
17
232
FAULT 22d: HIGH LIMITEA
42
254
FAULT 10z: OTHER PREIGN ILKEA
75
233
FAULT 22c: LWCOEA
63
255
FAULT 10y: VALVE CLOSUREEA
109
234
FAULT 22b: AUX LIMIT #2EA
18
235
FAULT 22a: AUX LIMIT #1
EA
17
236
FAULT 21s: OTHER INTERLOCKSEA
74
237
FAULT 21r: AUX INTERLOCK #5EA
16
238
FAULT 21q: AUX INTERLOCK #4EA
15
239
FAULT 21p: AIRFLOW SWITCHEA
13
240
FAULT 21o: LOW GAS PRESSUREEA 59
0
Fault code
R
U16
See Table 23.
241
FAULT 21n: HIGH GAS PRESSUREEA 41
1
Fault String
R
U16
See Table 22.
242
FAULT 21m: ATOMIZING SWEA
14
2
Sequence State
R
U16
See Table 21.
243
EA
FAULT 21k: LOW OIL TEMP
62
3
First line message
R
U16
See Table 22.
244
FAULT 21j: HIGH OIL TEMPEA
44
4
Second line
message
R
U16
See Table 22.
245
FAULT 21i: LOW OIL PRESSUREEA
61
5
Sequence time
R
U16
Seconds.
246
FAULT 21h: HIGH OIL PRESSUREEA
43
6-7
Total cycles
R
U32
247
FAULT 21g: BOTH FUELS SELECTEA 21
8-9
Total hours
R
U32
7800 SERIES Burner Control Fault History Records
Table 24 describes the registers that are part of a fault history
record. To determine the actual register address for a
parameter within the record, add the register offset to the start
address of the record.
Table 24. Fault History Record Format.
Offset Parameter Name Access Format
Automation and Control Solutions
Honeywell International Inc.
Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée
1985 Douglas Drive North
35 Dynamic Drive
Golden Valley, MN 55422
Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9
customer.honeywell.com
® U.S. Registered Trademark
© 2005 Honeywell International Inc.
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Notes