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48/50EJ,EK,EW,EY024-068
50EJQ,EWQ024 and 028
Single-Package Heating/Cooling Units
and Single-Package Heat Pump Units
Controls, Operation, and Troubleshooting
CONTROLS
Page
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
DDC Rooftop Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Major Control Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,3
Standard Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Standard CV Only Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Standard VAV Only Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Standard Heat Pump Only Features . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Accessory Expansion Board Features . . . . . . . . . 3
INPUTS/OUTPUTS AND SYSTEM
INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,4
Base Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Expansion Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Economizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Variable Frequency Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Thermistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
CONTROL LOGIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,5
Sequence of Operation
(CV or Heat Pump Units) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Sequence of Operation (VAV Units) . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Sequence of Operation (Expansion Module) . . . 5
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-24
Constant Volume Operation With
Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Cooling Control (CCN and
Remote Start/Stop Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Outdoor Fan Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Time Guards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Economizer Operation (VAV, CV, and
Heat Pump with CCN Sensors) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Heating Control (CCN and
Remote Start/Stop Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Digital Air Volume (DAV) Linkage . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Space Temperature Reset (VAV Only) . . . . . . . . 14
Space Temperature Offset (CV Only) . . . . . . . . . 15
Indoor-Air Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Constant Volume And Modulating
Power Exhaust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Unoccupied Cooling Initiation
and Completion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Temperature Compensated Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Demand Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Defrost (Heat Pump Units Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Smoke Control Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Head Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Space Temperature Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Base And Expansion Board Modules . . . . . . . . . 21
Field Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Factory Test (Version 1.0 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-29
Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Carrier Comfort Network Interface . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Optional Smoke Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Remote On-Off Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Variable Frequency Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Power Exhaust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-34
Complete Unit Stoppage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Single Circuit Stoppage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Stoppage Restart Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Alarm Codes And Problem Identification . . . . . 30
CCN DEVICE CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-40
COOLING CAPACITY STAGING TABLES . . . . . . 41
THERMISTOR RESISTANCE TABLES . . . . . . . 42,43
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Before performing service or maintenance operations on
unit, turn off and lock off main power switch to unit.
Electrical shock could cause personal injury.
Installation and servicing of air-conditioning equipment
can be hazardous due to system pressure, flammable gases,
and electrical components. Only trained and qualified service personnel should install, repair, or service air-conditioning
equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform the basic maintenance
functions of cleaning coils and filters and replacing filters.
All other operations should be performed by trained service
personnel. When working on air-conditioning equipment, observe precautions in the literature, tags and labels attached
to the unit, and other safety precautions that may apply.
Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work gloves.
Use quenching cloth for unbrazing operations. Have fire extinguishers available for all brazing operations.
This unit uses a microprocessor-based electronic control system. Do not use jumpers or other tools to short
out components, or to bypass or otherwise depart from
recommended procedures. Any short-to-ground of the
control board or accompanying wiring may destroy the
electrical components.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1 1 1
PC 111
Catalog No. 534-890
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48/50E-1T
Pg 1
3-98
Replaces: New
Tab 1a 1b 5a
base unit controlled components can be checked for proper
operation. The field test can be performed without the aid of
a personal computer and Building Supervisor, Service Tool
or ComfortWorks software.
GENERAL
IMPORTANT: This literature contains controls, operation, and troubleshooting data for 48/50EJ, EK, EW,
EY rooftop units and 50EJQ, EWQ heat pump units.
Use this guide in conjunction with the separate Installation Instructions literature packaged with the unit.
Major Control Components — The control system
consists of the following components:
• standard base module board
• accessory expansion module board
• accessory enthalpy sensor
• thermistors
• space temperature sensors (accessory T-55, T-56)
• accessory supply-air fan status switch
• accessory check filter switch
• accessory air quality (AQ) sensor (used either indoors or
outdoors)
• accessory 2-stage heat/2-stage cool room thermostat
Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) — Carrier HVAC
(heating ventilation and air conditioning) and other building
equipment being controlled by DDC (direct digital controls)
have the inherent ability to talk on a common communication bus or network. The configuration of the communication bus with 2 or more DDC controlled pieces of
equipment is referred to as the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN)
system. The CCN communication bus conveys commands,
data, and alarms between all elements, regardless of their
physical locations. The communication bus consists of a fieldsupplied, shielded, 3-conductor cable connected in daisychain fashion.
The main human interface with the CCN system is the
Service Tool software, although Building Supervisor or
ComfortWorks™ software can also be used.
NOTE: An IBM PC compatible computer equipped with
Carrier controls software is required to connect to the DDC
control.
The Building Supervisor consists of an IBM PC compatible computer equipped with Carrier controls software that
allows it to connect to the communications bus and communicate directly with any equipment connected to the
network. An operator working at a PC with Building Supervisor, Service Tool or ComfortWorks software can command, monitor, configure, or modify any portion of the system. More than one Building Supervisor can be used. The
Building Supervisor, in conjunction with optional network
products, can generate a wide variety of managerial reports
which reflect the operational characteristics of one or more
buildings.
NOTE: The DDC board is NOT compatible with the HSIO
used on other products.
FEATURES
Standard Features
• control of an outdoor (condenser) fan based upon outdoorair temperature
• control of modulating economizer damper to provide free
cooling when outdoor conditions are suitable, using supplyair temperature (SAT) as a control point
• support of remote occupied/unoccupied input to start/stop
the unit
• control of the economizer damper and indoor fan to obtain
unoccupied free cooling
• control of 2 stages of CV (constant volume) power
exhaust
• provide power exhaust output to an external power exhaust controller
• perform demand limit functions based upon CCN loadshed commands
• alarm monitoring of all key parameters
• CCN protocol
• timeclock with backup (supports hour, minute, day of week,
month, date, and year)
• daylight savings time function
• occupancy control with 8 periods for unit operation
• holiday table containing up to 18 holidays
• ability to initiate timed override from T-55 device
• support a factory- and field-test for end of line production
and field check out
• temperature compensated start to calculate early start time
before occupancy
• support a set of Display, Maintenance, Configuration, Service, and Set Point data tables for interface with Building
Supervisor, Service Tool or ComfortWorks software
DDC Rooftop Information — Precise control is provided for stand-alone operation of HVAC equipment by a
factory-installed processor. Carrier 48/50EJ,EK,EW,EY and
50EJQ,EWQ units contain factory-installed Direct Digital
Controls (DDC) integrated into the product. The standard
product includes a base module board as well as an accessory expansion module board. The unit is CCN compatible
with both the base module board and the expansion module
board. The optional expansion module board is not required
for CCN compatibility. Sensors that monitor equipment
operation and conditions in the occupied space are connected to the standard processor board in the unit, and outputs from the processor board serve to control unit operation. Each DDC equipped unit is shipped from the factory
with all applicable control hardware and software installed
and ready for start-up.
The DDC rooftop controls cycle evaporator-fan motor, compressors, and unloaders to maintain the proper temperature
conditions. The controls also cycle condenser fans to maintain suitable head pressure. Safeties are continuously monitored to prevent the unit from operating under abnormal
conditions. The controls cycle heat as required, provide control of economizer and power exhaust, and initiate the variable frequency drive.
A scheduling function, programmed by the user, controls
the unit occupied/unoccupied schedule. The control can also
be in the unoccupied schedule and put into the occupied schedule through a remote 24-v AC signal. The DDC control also
allows the service person to operate a field test so that all the
Standard CV (Constant Volume) Only Features
• control using Y1, Y2, W1, W2, G thermostat inputs
• cooling capacity control of 2 stages plus economizer with
2 compressors to maintain space temperature to an occupied or unoccupied set point
• control of up to 2 stages of gas or electric heat to maintain
space temperature to an occupied or unoccupied set point
• enable heating or cooling during unoccupied periods as
required to maintain space temperature within the unoccupied set points
• ability to initiate timed override from T-56 device
• control of the indoor fan
• adjustment of space temperature set points ±5° F when
using T-56 sensor
Standard VAV (Variable Air Volume) Only
Features
• cooling capacity control of 6 stages plus economizer with
2 compressors and 2 unloaders to maintain supply-air
temperature at supply-air set point during occupied
periods
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• OUTPUTS (HEAT PUMP OPERATION):
− condenser fan contactors
− indoor-fan relay
− compressors stages 1 and 2
− crankcase heaters
− heat stages 1 and 2 operation
− economizer motor (4 to 20 mA)
− optional power exhaust
− reversing valve solenoids
− outputs to Y for defrost
• OUTPUTS (EXPANSION MODULE):
− alarm light
− power exhaust override
− smoke control modes
− IAQ/OAQ (indoor air quality/outdoor air quality) ventilation modes
NOTE: Software resides in non-volatile memory in the DDC;
memory will not be lost with an extended power failure. There
are no batteries to replace over time.
• SYSTEM INFORMATION:
− generates alert and alarm information (via sensor
inputs)
− supports level II communications
− supports digital air volume (DAV) interface (48/
50EK,EY only)
− maintain service history
• ACCESSORY EXPANSION MODULE — The expansion module is a field-installed accessory. Through input
and output channels on the module, it supports the sensors
and inputs used for:
− fan status
− filter status
− field applied status
− demand limit
− fire unit shutdown
− fire pressurization
− fire evacuation
− fire smoke purge
− IAQ/OAQ
• control of one stage of gas or electric heat to maintain supplyair temperature at supply-air set point during occupied
periods
• ability to use multiple space temperature sensors to average space temperature
• support linkage function for interface with DAV (Digital
Air Volume) systems
• enable heating or cooling during unoccupied periods as
required
• provide space temperature reset to reset the supply-air set
point upward when temperature falls below its occupied
cooling set point (space temperature sensor is required)
• provide space temperature reset to reset the supply air set
point upward from a remote 4 to 20 mA signal
• provide VFD (variable frequency drive) enable high voltage relay output to enable VFD
• control of heat interlock relay
Standard Heat Pump Only Features
• control compressors and reversing valve solenoids as first
stage of heating
• control heat stages 1 and 2 as second stage heating or as
emergency heat
• control of both outdoor fans during heating
• provide defrost cycles during heating
Accessory Expansion Board Features
• control of modulating economizer damper to maintain
indoor-air quality when outdoor conditions are suitable
• provide discrete inputs for fan status, filter status, field
applied status, and demand limit
• provide demand limit functions based upon the state of
the discrete input
• provide an output for the external alarm light indicator
• smoke control modes including evacuation, smoke purge,
pressurization, and fire shutdown
• provide power exhaust fire outputs for direct control of
modulated power exhaust stages during fire/smoke modes
INPUTS/OUTPUTS AND
SYSTEM INFORMATION
Base Module — The base unit module closes contacts
The DDC board contains the factory-loaded software that
monitors and processes the following inputs, outputs and system information:
• INPUTS:
− thermistors
− switches
− remote 4 to 20 mA signal
• OUTPUTS (CV OPERATION):
− condenser fan contactors
− indoor-fan relay
− compressors stages 1 and 2
− crankcase heaters
− heat stages 1 and 2 operation
− economizer motor (4 to 20 mA)
− optional non-modulating power exhaust
− optional modulating power exhaust enable
• OUTPUTS (VAV OPERATION):
− condenser fan contactors
− indoor-fan relay/variable frequency drive enable
− compressors and unloading stages 1 through 6
− crankcase heaters
− heat relay
− heat interlock relay
− economizer motor (4 to 20 mA)
− optional non-modulating power exhaust (Version
3.0 software)
− optional modulating power exhaust enable
to energize the compressors, crankcase heaters, and the evaporator fan motor (CV or heat pump) or enable the variable
frequency drive (VAV). Triacs are used to energize the heat
relays, heat interlock relay (VAV), outdoor fans, compressor
unloaders (VAV), and reversing valve relays (HP), and enable the optional power exhaust. A room thermostat or room
sensor, optional outside air enthalpy, outdoor-air thermistor,
supply-air thermistors, and compressor switches (compressor safety circuit) provide inputs to this module. When used
with a room sensor, a remote start/stop input can be used to
override the occupancy schedule.
Expansion Module — On the expansion module, the
triacs are used to turn on an alarm light, jumper the modulating power exhaust sequencers, and force the power exhaust motors on when necessary in the fire/smoke mode. An
accessory fan status switch, accessory filter status switch,
accessory field applied status switch, an accessory indoorair quality switch, and an accessory outdoor-air quality switch
as well as accessory fire unit shutdown, pressurization, evacuation and smoke purge switches provide input to the expansion module. Demand limit can be provided through a 24-v
input.
Economizer — The DDC controls output a 4 to 20 mA
signal to the actuator in the unit to modulate it as required
by the control algorithm. Damper is a spring-return type to
allow automatic closing of the damper on power loss.
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17. The control will run Diagnostics to monitor alarms and
alerts at all times.
18. The control will respond to CCN communications and
perform any configured network POC (Product Outboard Control) functions such as Time/OAT Broadcast
and Global Occupancy Broadcast.
19. In heat pump units, the control will monitor defrost
inputs during heating and perform defrost cycles as
required.
Variable Frequency Drives — The evaporator fan is
controlled by a variable frequency drive (VFD). The output
that normally controls the indoor-fan motor (CV/HP) enables the variable frequency drive.
Thermistors — The unit control system gathers information from the sensors to control the operation of the unit.
CONTROL LOGIC
The following describes the general control logic sequence of operation for CV, VAV, and heat pump units. The
initialization software in each base control module determines CV or VAV operation from DIP (dual in-line package)
switch no. 1 and thermostat or sensor (CCN) operation from
DIP switch no. 2 on the control module.
Sequence of Operation (VAV Units)
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Sequence of Operation (CV or Heat Pump Units)
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The control module is powered up.
All internal software parameters are initialized.
All alarms and alerts are cleared.
The Input/Output database is re-mapped for CV
operation.
Maximum heat stages is set to 2.
Maximum cool stages is set to 3.
DIP switch no. 3 is read. If the Switch is OPEN, the
internal flag is set for expansion board operation.
If thermostat operation is selected (DIP switch no. 2 set
to CLOSED), thermostat-based control is performed by
monitoring the Y1, Y2, W1, W2, and G inputs and controlling the economizer, Cool 1, Cool 2, Heat 1, Heat 2,
and Indoor Fan accordingly, while maintaining required
time guards and delays when cycling equipment. The
first time after control power-up, the indoor fan is delayed by a random 1 to 63 seconds.
If thermostat operation is not selected (DIP switch no.
2 set to OPEN), occupancy state is determined based on
Time Schedules or Remote Occupied/Unoccupied input. If Temperature Compensated Start is active the unit
will be controlled as in Occupied mode.
The occupied or unoccupied comfort set points are read.
The space temperature offset input is used, if present.
The appropriate operating mode and fan control is set
based on conditioned space temperature and user configured set points. The indoor fan will turn ON if the
unit is in Occupied mode or if the unit is in Unoccupied
mode and the space temperature is outside of the unoccupied comfort set points (Unoccupied Heat or Unoccupied Cool). When the unit goes into Occupied mode,
the start of the indoor fan is delayed by a random 1 to
63 seconds. The random delay will be applied to the first
fan start after control power-up, regardless of the operating mode.
The space temperature is monitored against the comfort
set points and heating or cooling stages are controlled
as required.
If the unit is in Occupied mode, Economizer control is
performed.
If the unit is in Unoccupied mode, Unoccupied Free
Cooling and IAQ Pre-Occupancy purge are performed
as required.
If DX (direct expansion) cooling is on, Outdoor Fan Control is performed.
Two stages of CV power exhaust are controlled by the
economizer position or Power Exhaust Enable output based
on indoor fan state. Power exhaust operation is selected
by DIP switch no. 5.
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The control module is powered up.
All internal software parameters are initialized.
All alarms/alerts are cleared.
The Input/Output database is re-mapped for VAV
operation.
The maximum heat stages is set to 1.
The maximum cool stages is set to 6 (plus economizer).
The DIP switch no. 3 is read. If the DIP switch is open,
the internal flag is set for expansion board operation.
The control will determine if Linkage is active and if
the unit will operate in DAV mode. If yes, the local comfort set points will be replaced and space temperature,
return-air temperature, and occupancy status will be supplied with linkage data.
The occupancy state is determined based on Time Schedules, Remote Occupied/Unoccupied input, Global occupancy, or DAV. If the Temperature Compensated Start is
active the unit will be controlled as in Occupied mode.
The control will set appropriate operating mode and fan
control. The Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) will be
turned ON if the unit is in Occupied mode. If the unit is
in Unoccupied mode and the space temperature reading
is available (either from sensor or DAV), the set point
temperature (SPT) is monitored against the unoccupied
heat and cool set points. The VFD is started whenever
SPT is outside of the set points (Unoccupied Heat or
Unoccupied Cool). The VFD may also be started by Nighttime thermostat via remote Occupied/Unoccupied Input
or by the Temperature Compensated Start algorithm. When
the unit goes into Occupied mode or the first time after
power-up, the start of the VFD is delayed by a random
1 to 63 seconds.
When the VFD is running in a normal mode, the control
will start Heating or Cooling as required to maintain
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT) at Supply-Air Set Point
plus reset. The reset value is determined by the SAT reset and the Space Temperature Reset algorithms.
When the indoor fan is ON, the Power Exhaust Enable
output will energize the external Modulated Power Exhaust controller.
When in Heating mode, the Heat Interlock Relay output
is energized to drive the VAV boxes open.
If the unit is in Occupied mode, Economizer control is
performed.
If the unit is in Unoccupied mode, the control will perform Unoccupied Free Cool and IAQ Pre-Occupancy
purge as required.
If DX (direct expansion) cooling is on, the control will
perform Outdoor Fan control.
The control will run Diagnostics to monitor alarms and
alerts at all times.
The control will respond to CCN communications and
perform any configured network POC (Product Outboard Control) functions such as Time/OAT Broadcast
and Global Occupancy Broadcast.
Indoor Fan — When in Thermostat Operation mode, the indoor fan will operate in the following way:
• when G input is energized, turn on indoor fan and open
economizer dampers to the minimum position (IQMP)
• when G input is deenergized, turn off the indoor fan and
close the economizer dampers.
• when the unit has electric heat or is a heat pump, turn on
the indoor fan whenever there is a call for heat.
For a further explanation of the economizer damper minimum position (IQMP) see the Indoor-Air Quality Sequence
of Operation section on page 15.
Cooling — When in Thermostat Operation mode, the G terminal must be energized before cooling can operate. When
G is initiated and there is no call for cooling, the economizer
will be at the minimum position (IQMP).
The control will determine if outdoor conditions are suitable for economizer cooling. The conditions are suitable when:
• Enthalpy is low
• OAT ≤ OATL (see Table 1)
• SAT reading is available
• OAT reading is available
When all 4 of the above conditions are satisfied, the control will use the economizer as the first stage of cooling. When
Y1 input is energized, the economizer will modulate to maintain SAT at the Supply-Air Set Point (SASP). When SAT is
above SASP, the economizer will be 100% open. When SAT
is below SASP the economizer may modulate between minimum position and 100%. When Y2 is energized, and SAT is
less than SASP, the control will bring on compressor no. 1
and continue modulating the economizer as described above.
If SAT remains above SASP for 15 minutes, compressor no.
2 will be started. When Y2 is deenergized, the last stage of
compression will be dropped. When Y1 is deenergized, the
control will drop all DX cooling, and drive the economizer
to the minimum position if the thermostat fan switch is in
the ON position, or will close it if the thermostat fan switch
is in the AUTO position.
If the outdoor conditions are not suitable, the control will
keep the economizer at the minimum position and cycle compressor no. 1 and 2 based upon Y1 and Y2 respectively.
The control will lockout the compressors if the SAT is too
low: compressor no. 1 lockout at SAT <40 F and compressor no. 2 lockout at SAT <45 F.
After a compressor is locked out, it may be restarted again
after a normal time guard period.
Heating — When in Thermostat Operation mode, the indoor fan must be on for electric heat. Heat 1 will follow W1
input. Heat 2 will follow W2 input. Heating and cooling
will be mutually locked out based on which mode was initiated first.
Heating (Heat Pump) — When in Thermostat Operation mode,
the indoor fan will be on. Compressor no. 1 and 2, and reversing valve solenoids 1 and 2 will follow W1 input. Heat
stages 1 and 2 will follow W2 input. The unit will follow
calls for defrost with timed defrost cycles.
Heating and cooling will be mutually locked out based on
which mode was initiated first. The control will maintain compressor time guards and safety checks at all times.
Sequence of Operation (Expansion Module) —
For CV, VAV, or heat pump units equipped with optional expansion I/O (input/output) board, the following functions will
be added to the sequence:
1. The expansion control board will perform a periodic SIO
scan and maintain I/O database expanded I/O points.
2. Fire/Smoke Control is performed.
3. If the unit is in Occupied mode (or indoor fan is ON for
thermostat units), the expansion control board will perform IAQ control.
4. The fan, filter, demand limit, and field-applied status is
monitored.
OPERATION
Constant Volume Operation with Thermostat —
Although these units are designed for operation with room
sensors configured with an occupancy schedule and CCN
compatible for comfort heating and cooling, the unit is also
compatible (without additional hardware) with a two-stage
heat and two-stage cool thermostat. Thermostat inputs and
outputs are shown is Tables 1 and 2.
Table 1 — Thermostat Operation Inputs
INPUTS
TSTAT
Heat Type
AC/Heat Pump
G
Y1
Y2
W1
W2
Enthalpy Switch
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Outdoor-Air Temperature (OAT)
Minimum Position (IQMP)
Supply-Air Set Point (SASP)
High OAT Economizer Lockout (OATL)
TYPE
DIP switch no. 2
DIP switch no. 7
DIP switch no. 8
Discrete Input
Discrete Input
Discrete Input
Discrete Input
Discrete Input
Discrete Input
Analog Input
Analog Input
Internal Parameter
User Configured
(default = 55 F)
User Configured
(default = 65 F)
Table 2 — Thermostat Operation Outputs
OUTPUTS
Thermostat Operation Mode
Indoor Fan
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Economizer Position
Heat 1
Heat 2
TYPE
Internal Parameter
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
Analog Output
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
THERMOSTAT OPERATION MODE — The thermostat mode
is only operational on CV or heat pump units. If the DIP
switch is set for thermostat operation, the control will set
Thermostat Operation mode (TSTAT) and clear all other modes.
In Thermostat Operation mode the function of the control
will be limited. See Fig. 1 and 2.
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THERMOSTAT
CLOSES
SPACE SENSOR
CONTROL,
CLOSE DIP-SWITCH
NO
NO
GAS
HEAT
DIP-SWITCH #2
CLOSED
DIP-SWITCH#7
CLOSED
YES
YES
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ELECTRIC
HEAT
FAN IS
CONTROLLED
THRU THE IGC
LOGIC
NO
OUTSIDE AIR
DAMPER CLOSED
G INPUT
ENERGIZED
YES
YES
NO
W ENERGIZED
NO
YES
INDOOR FAN
IS ENERGIZED
Y CLOSED
OUTDOOR FANS
ENERGIZED
COMPRESSOR
IS ENERGIZED
LEGEND
IGC — Integrated Gas Unit Controller
Fig. 1 — CV Operation with Thermostat
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OUTSIDE AIR
DAMPER AT MINIMUM
POSITION
ELECTRIC HEAT
IS ENERGIZED
THERMOSTAT
CLOSES
SPACE SENSOR
CONTROL,
CLOSE DIP-SWITCH
NO
NO
COOLING UNIT WITH
OR WITHOUT HEAT
DIP-SWITCH #2
CLOSED
DIP-SWITCH #8
CLOSED
YES
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
YES
HEAT PUMP
OPERATION, DIP
SWITCH #7 IS
IGNORED
YES
OUTSIDE AIR
DAMPER AT MINIMUM
POSITION
YES
HEAT PUMP IS IN
HEATING MODE
CLOSE DIP SWITCH
FOR HEAT PUMP
OPERATION
NO
OUTSIDE AIR
DAMPER CLOSED
NO
NO
Y CLOSED
G INPUT
ENERGIZED
W ENERGIZED
YES
INDOOR FAN
IS ENERGIZED
COMPRESSOR(S)
ENERGIZED
NO
DEFROST MODE
COMPRESSOR(S)
ENERGIZED
OUTDOOR FANS
ENERGIZED
ELECTRIC HEAT ON
Fig. 2 — Heat Pump Operation with Thermostat
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YES
Sequence of Operation — If any of the qualifying conditions are not met, the submaster reference is set of its maximum limit. The rest of the sequence is skipped.
The following conditions determine if the low ambient lockout of DX cooling should take place:
• OAT reading is available.
• DXCTLO option is enabled.
• OAT ≤ DXLOCK.
• DX stages = 0
If all of the above conditions are met, the submaster reference is set to its maximum limit. The rest of the sequence
is skipped.
If the system is constant volume, the sequence reads the
space sensor and performs a PID calculation to determine a
submaster reference value (the supply-air temperature required to satisfy conditions) and outputs this value to the
submaster loop.
If the system is variable volume, the sequence uses the
modified supply-air set point as the submaster reference value
(the supply-air temperature required to satisfy conditions)
and outputs this value to the submaster loop.
The submaster loop uses the submaster reference compared to the actual supply-air temperature to determine the
required number of capacity stages to satisfy the load.
Cooling Control (CCN and Remote Start/Stop
Only)
COOLING CONTROL MASTER LOOP —The cooling control master loop is used to calculate the desired supply-air
temperature needed to satisfy the space. The calculated Cooling Submaster Reference (CCSR) is then used by the capacity algorithm (Cooling Submaster Loop) to calculate the
required number of cooling stages. See Tables 3 and 4 for
Cooling Control Master Loop inputs and outputs. See
Fig. 3 for Cooling Control Diagrams.
Table 3 — Cooling Control Master Loop Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Fan State
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Space Temperature (SPT)
Outdoor-Air Temperature
(OAT)
DX Lockout Option (DXCTLO)
DX Lockout Temperature
(DXLOCK)
Occupied Cooling Set Point
(OCSP)
Space Temperature Offset
(STO)
Supply-Air Set Point (SASP)
Space Temperature Reset
SAT Reset
Unit Operating Mode
DX Stages
TYPE
User Configured
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Analog Input
User Configured, default = off
User Configured, default = 0° F
User Configured, default = 78 F
Analog Input
COOLING CONTROL SUBMASTER LOOP —The cooling submaster control loop is capable of controlling 2 stages
(CV or Heat Pump units with 2 compressors) and up to
6 stages (VAV units with 2 compressors and 2 unloaders) of
mechanical cooling. The control will calculate the number
of cooling stages (between 0 and maximum cooling stages)
based upon the SAT deviation from CCSR, rate of SAT change,
and the temperature drop per one stage of capacity. This algorithm will be run every 30 seconds. The Cooling Control
Submaster Loop inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 5
and 6.
User Configured, default = 55 F
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Status
Internal Parameter
Table 4 — Cooling Control Master Loop Outputs
OUTPUTS
CCSR Submaster Reference
TYPE
Desired Supply-Air Temperature
Table 5 — Cooling Control
Submaster Loop Inputs
The following qualifying conditions must be met:
• the indoor Fan has been ON for 30 seconds (or 10 minutes
if started for Unoccupied RAT [return-air temperature]
control)
• Heat mode is not active
• Occupied, Temperature Compensated Start, or Cool mode
is active
• space temperature reading is available (CV only)
• Low Ambient Lockout of DX Cooling is not activated.
If all of the above conditions are met, the Cooling Submaster Reference will be calculated, otherwise it is set to its
maximum value.
Basic Cooling Operation — The cooling control loop is used
to calculate the desired supply-air temperature needed to satisfy the space. The calculated CCSR is then used by the capacity algorithm (cooling submaster loop) to control the
required number of cooling stages.
Unit Configured for CV Operation — For CV operation, the
master loop calculates a CCSR as follows:
CCSR = PID (Proportional, Integral, Derivative
Controls) function on (error term)
error term = OCSP + STO − SPT
Unit Configured for VAV Operation — For VAV operation,
the master loop calculates a cooling submaster reference (CCSR)
as follows:
CCSR = SASP + RESET
where RESET is the greater of space temperature reset
value or SAT Reset
INPUTS
Unit Type
Fan State
Current Mode
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Return-Air Temperature (RAT)
Space Temperature (SPT)
Occupied Cool Set Point
(OCSP)
CCSR
ECONPOS Economizer
Position
Economizer Usable Flag
(ECOS)
Maximum Cooling Stages
TYPE
User Configured
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Analog Input
User Configured, default = 68° F
Submaster reference
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Table 6 — Cooling Control
Submaster Loop Outputs
OUTPUTS
Stages
8
TYPE
Number of stages requested
CALL FOR COOLING
FIRST STAGE
NO
NO
NO
DIP-SWITCH #6
TOGGLED
COMPRESSOR 1
COMPLETES
5 MIN. TIME DELAY
COMPRESSOR 1
OFF 5 MIN.
YES
POWER UP
STARTS
YES
NO
DIP-SWITCH #6
TOGGLED
YES
YES
COMPRESSOR 1
COMPLETES A MAXIMUM
30 SECOND DELAY FROM
DIP-SWITCH TOGGLE
COMPRESSOR 1
COMPLETES
5 MIN. TIME DELAY
COMPRESSOR 1
COMPLETES A MAXIMUM
30 SECOND DELAY FROM
DIP-SWITCH TOGGLE
COMPRESSOR 1
COMPLETES
RANDOM 1-63 SEC.
DELAY
COMPRESSOR 1 STARTS
GO TO CALL FOR
COOLING SECOND STAGE
FIRST STAGE COOLING
CALL FOR COOLING
SECOND STAGE
NO
NO
NO
DIP-SWITCH #6
TOGGLED
COMPRESSOR 2
COMPLETES 5 MIN.
TIME DELAY
COMPRESSOR 2
IS OFF FOR 5 MIN.
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
COMPRESSOR 2
COMPLETES A
MAXIMUM
30 SECOND DELAY
FROM DIP-SWITCH
TOGGLE
COMPRESSOR 1
IS OPERATING
COMPRESSOR 1
ON FOR 10 SEC.
COMPRESSOR 1
ON FOR 10 SEC.
YES
COMPRESSOR 2
COMPLETES
10 SECOND DELAY
COMPRESSOR 2
COMPLETES 10
SECOND DELAY
COMPRESSOR 2
COMPLETES A
MAXIMUM
30 SECOND DELAY
FROM DIP-SWITCH
TOGGLE
COMPRESSOR 2
STARTS
SECOND STAGE COOLING
Fig. 3 — Cooling Control Diagram
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YES
High Temperature Override — Protects against rapid load
increases by adding a stage once a minute whenever
DT > .875 x SD and DTR > 0.5.
Time Delay — Sets SUM to zero for 90 seconds since the
last capacity change. This prevents stages being added or
removed faster than every 90 seconds.
Slow Change Override — Prevents the addition or subtraction of another stage when SAT is close to the set point and
gradually moving towards the set point. If the absolute value
of DTR is less than 0.3° F and the absolute value of DT is
less than Y (where Y = .4375 x SD) then SUM will be set
to zero if either DTR > 0 and DT < Y, or DTR < 0 and
DT > −Y is true.
First Stage Override — If the current stage is zero, the integration deadband Z is multiplied by 1.2 to reduce cycling
on the first stage of capacity.
The following qualifying conditions must be met for the
Cooling Control Submaster Loop to be active:
• the indoor fan has been ON for 30 seconds
• Heat mode is not active
• Occupied, Temperature Compensated Start, or Cool mode
is active
• SAT reading is available
• if number of stages is equal to 0: the economizer position
is 100% open or economizer is not usable
• if number of stages is equal to 0 and VAV unit, Temperature compensated start, Morning warm-up, or Occupied
heat mode enabled (occupied heating set point [OHSP] available) and RAT reading is available: RAT ≥ OHSP + 1.0.
When any of the above conditions are not met, the number of Stages is set to 0, SUM = 0, Z = 10. Once all of the
qualifying conditions are met, the control will wait 60 seconds before starting the calculations. For the following conditions: if number of stages is equal to 0 and the economizer
position is 100% open or economizer is not usable; and if
number of stages is equal to 0 and VAV unit, Temperature
compensated start, Morning warm-up or Occupied heat mode
enabled and RAT reading is available and RAT ≥ OHSP +
1.0, the delay will be extended to 2.5 minutes.
Cooling Control Submaster Loop Calculation — The control tries to maintain SAT at the CCSR value by cycling the
compressors and unloader(s). Both SAT and RAT (SPT for
CV units) sensors are used to adjust the cycling deadband to
match the actual load. The logic for determining when to
add or subtract a stage is a time-based integration of the deviation from set point plus the rate of change of the supplyair temperature. The following equations are used to accomplish this:
SUM = SUM + DT + (3 x DTR) (PID control factor)
Z = 10 + (4 x SD) (Adjustable Integration Limit)
where
DT = SAT − CCSR (Deviation from Submaster Reference)
SD = (temp − SAT)/no. Stages ON (Drop per stage)
where temp is RAT for VAV, and SPT for CV.
DTR = Rate of change of SAT Deviation in Degrees F/ minute
and are subject to the following limits:
−10 ≤ DT ≤ 50
0 ≤ SD ≤ 10
−5 ≤ DTR ≤ 5
Each of the above equations are updated every
30 seconds.
If SAT is above the set point and DTR is positive, then
SUM will increase. If the next capacity stage is a compressor, when SUM becomes greater than Z, a stage of capacity
is added and SUM is set to zero. If the next step of capacity
is an unloader, when SUM becomes greater than .6 x Z, a
stage is added and SUM is set to zero.
If SAT is below the set point and DTR is less than or equal
to zero, then SUM will decrease. If the next capacity stage
is a compressor, when SUM becomes less than −Z, a stage
of capacity is removed and SUM is set to zero. If the next
step of capacity is an unloader, when SUM becomes less
than −.6 x Z a stage is removed and SUM is set to zero.
Cooling Control Submaster Loop Overrides — The algorithm also provides for the following overrides in the order
of decreasing priority.
Economizer Interlock — Stage is held at zero whenever
the economizer is active and at less than 100% open. Once
the commanded position reaches 100%, the loop is delayed
by 2.5 minutes in an attempt to satisfy the load with the
economizer.
Low Temperature Override — Ensures against rapid load decreases by removing a stage every 30 seconds whenever
DT <−875 x SD and DTR > −5.
Outdoor Fan Control — The Outdoor Fan Submaster
Loop inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 7 and 8.
Table 7 — Outdoor Fan Submaster Loop Inputs
INPUTS
OAT (Outdoor-Air Temperature)
Compressor 1 Status
Compressor 2 Status
TYPE
Analog Input
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Table 8 — Outdoor Fan Submaster Loop Outputs
OUTPUTS
Outdoor Fan 1 (OFC1)
Outdoor Fan 2 (OFC2)
TYPE
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
The control will be active when one or more stages of DX
cooling are on. It will turn OFC1 on whenever DX cooling
is on, and cycle OFC2 based on outdoor-air temperature.
Examples:
Compressor 1 or 2 is ON
and OAT > 65
Compressor 1 or 2 is ON
and OAT < 55
Compressor 1 or 2 is ON
and OAT reading not available
Compressor 1 and 2
are OFF
OFC1 = ON, OFC2 = ON
OFC1 = ON, OFC2 = OFF
OFC1 = ON, OFC2 = ON
OFC1 = OFF, OFC2 = OFF
In heat pump units during a Heat mode with compressors
on, both outdoor fans shall be energized regardless of OAT.
In heat pump units during defrost, both outdoor fans will be
turned off.
Time Guards — The control will maintain the following time guards for compressor cycling:
• compressor minimum OFF time of 5 minutes
• compressor minimum ON time of 10 seconds
• minimum delay before turning on second compressor
10 seconds
• compressor OFF time after safety trip is 15 minutes
• three safety trips in 90 minutes results in compressor
lockout (manual reset required)
• an additional random 1 to 63 seconds to sequentially start
multiple units after a power failure
On power-up, a random 1 to 63 seconds plus a 5-minute
time guard is loaded into the compressor time. Whenever a
compressor time guard (5 minutes) has more than 30 seconds left, it can be forced to 30 seconds by switching DIP
switch no. 6 from the OFF to the ON position. Moving DIP
switch no. 6 from the OFF position to the ON position initiates the Time Guard Override once, at that moment only.
DIP switch no. 6 must be toggled from the OFF to the ON
position every time Time Guard Override is desired.
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• VAV units with OHEN (Occupied Heating Enable) enabled, and TEMP ≥ OHSP + 1.0, where TEMP is RAT,
or SPT if RAT reading is not available
• Economizer position is NOT forced
• unit is not in heat mode
If any of the above conditions are not met, the ECONSR
will be set to its MAX limit. The next 2 steps will be
skipped.
2. If stages of DX cooling are greater than 0, ECONSR is
set to its minimum limit and the next step is skipped.
3. Calculate submaster reference ECONSR as follows:
THERMOSTAT UNITS:
ECONSR = PID function on (SASP − SAT)
CONSTANT VOLUME UNITS WITH SENSORS:
ECONSR = PID function on (set point − SPT), where:
set point = (OCSP+OHSP/2, when OATL<OAT<68
set point = OCSP − 1, when OAT ≤ OATL
set point = OHSP + 1, when OAT ≥ 68
VARIABLE AIR VOLUME UNITS:
ECONSR = PID function on (SASP + RESET − SAT)
where RESET is the greater of Space Temperature
Reset Value or External SAT Reset.
ECONOMIZER CONTROL SUBMASTER LOOP (CCN/
Remote Start/Stop Only) — The Economizer Control Submaster inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 11 and 12.
Time Guard Override may also be initiated from CCN by
setting TGO option in SERVICE table from OFF to ON.
The random 1 to 63 seconds is also applied to the indoorfan motor on power up, only.
Economizer Operation (VAV, CV, and Heat Pump
with CCN Sensors) — The economizer dampers will
open to provide free cooling and/or air quality control when
the outside conditions are suitable. It is accomplished by controlling supply-air temperature to a certain level determined
by the Economizer Submaster Reference (ECONSR). Air quality control is driven by the IQMP (indoor-air quality minimum position) calculated by the IAQ algorithm. The IQMP
will increase as the need for fresh air becomes greater. This
algorithm will calculate the submaster reference temperature ECONSR based on atmospheric conditions and cooling
requirements. The ECONSR value will be passed to the economizer submaster loop, which will modulate dampers to maintain SAT at ECONSR level. The Economizer inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 9 and 10.
Table 9 — Economizer Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Fan State
Current Mode
Space Temperature (SPT)
Supply-Air Temperature
(SAT)
Return-Air Temperature
(RAT)
Outdoor-Air Temperature
(OAT)
Enthalpy
Stages of DX Cooling
Occupied Cooling Set Point
(OCSP)
Occupied Heating Set Point
(OHSP)
Supply-Air Set Point (SASP)
High OAT Economizer
Lockout (OATL)
Space Temp. Reset
External SAT Reset
TYPE
User Configured
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Table 11 — Economizer Control
Submaster Loop Inputs
Analog Input
INPUTS
Fan State
Economizer Submaster ref.
(ECONSR)
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Outdoor-Air Temperature (OAT)
IQMP (minimum position)
Current Mode
ESG (Submaster Gain Limit)
TEMPBAND
(OAT Temperature Band)
ECOBAND
(Damper Movement Band)
CTRVAL
(Damper Center Value)
Analog Input
Discrete Input
Internal parameter
User Configured, default = 78° F
User Configured, default = 68° F
User Configured, default = 55° F
User Configured, default = 65° F
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Table 10 — Economizer Outputs
OUTPUTS
ECONSR
TYPE
Economizer Submaster Reference
TYPE
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = -7.5
User Configured, default = 25
User Configured, default = 0
User configured, default = 70
Table 12 — Economizer Control
Submaster Loop Outputs
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
1. The control will check the following qualifying conditions if atmospheric cooling is possible:
THERMOSTAT UNITS:
• thermostat is calling for Cool, indoor fan is ON
• enthalpy is low
• SAT reading is available (or Compressors are ON)
• OAT reading is available
• OAT ≤ OATL
• economizer position is NOT forced
SENSOR CONTROLLED UNITS:
• indoor fan has been ON for at least 30 seconds
• enthalpy is low
• OAT reading is available
• CV units: SPT reading is available
• VAV units: SPT or RAT reading is available
• VAV Units: SAT reading is available (or compressors
are ON)
• OAT ≤ TEMP, where TEMP is SPT (CV), RAT, or SPT
(VAV)
OUTPUTS
ECONPOS
TYPE
Economizer Damper Position %
Sequence of Operation
1. If a compressor is on and the economizer is usable, the
dampers will be open 100% and the rest of the sequence
of operation is omitted.
2. If the indoor fan is off (or has been on for less than
30 seconds), the supply-air temperature reading is not available, or the HEAT mode is active, the economizer position (ECONPOS) will be at the minimum position (IQMP).
The rest of the sequence of operation is omitted.
3. If the OAT reading is available and the OAT <45 F, the
rate of damper movement will be limited to 1% every
4 seconds. Rate limiting will be stopped (allowing dampers to go to the commanded position 1% every 0.9 seconds) when the OAT ≥ 46 F.
4. This loop will adjust its Submaster Gain with changes in
outdoor-air temperature.
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Submaster Gain is calculated as:
SubGain = (OAT − TEMPBAND)/(ESG + 1);
SubGain is fixed between ESG and −1. The commanded
position is calculated as:
ECONPOS = SubGain x (ECONSR − SAT) + CTRVAL
5. The ECONPOS is fixed between Minimum and Maximum Economizer Positions. Maximum Position is 100%
under normal conditions. When ‘‘rate limiting’’ is in
effect under low ambient conditions, the Maximum Position is held to 1% above the last ECONPOS for 4 seconds. This results in dampers opening slowly. Similarly,
Minimum Position is IQMP under normal conditions,
and is lowered by 1% every 4 seconds during ‘‘rate
limiting.’’
6. If the new calculated ECONPOS is varied from the last
Economizer Position by less than ECONBAND, it will
ignore the new value and the dampers do not move.
Qualifying Conditions — When all of the following conditions are met, the submaster reference is calculated, otherwise it is set to its minimum value:
• Indoor fan has been ON for 30 seconds.
• Cool mode is NOT active.
• Occupied, Temperature Compensated Start, or Heat mode
is active.
• VAV units: RAT reading is available.
CV units: SPT reading is available.
• VAV units: Unoccupied mode, Morning Warm-Up or OHEN
option enabled and RAT<OHSP − SAT Reset.
Sequence of Operation — The Staged Heat Submaster Reference (SHSR) is calculated as follows:
SHSR = PID function on (error term)
For CV units:
error term = OHSP + STO − (SAT Reset)
− Space Temperature
For VAV units:
error term = OHSP − (SAT Reset)
− Return-Air Temperature
Morning Warm-Up (VAV Only) — Morning warm-up is a
condition in VAV systems that occurs when the temperature
compensated start algorithm has calculated a biased occupied start time, and the unit has a heating demand (i.e., RAT
< occupied heating set point). The Linkage mode warm-up
will be transmitted to the Linkage Supervisory POC device
to support DAV. The warm-up will continue into the occupied period as long as there is a need for heat. During warmup, the unit can continue heating into the occupied period,
even if occupied heating is disabled. When the heating demand is satisfied, the warm-up condition will terminate.
HEATING CONTROL (Version 3.0 Software)
Heating Control Master Loop — The Heating Control Master Loop inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 15 and 16.
Heating Control (CCN and Remote Start/Stop
Only)
HEATING CONTROL (Version 1.0 and 2.0 of the Control
Software)
Heating Control Master Loop — The Heating Control Master Loop inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 13 and 14.
Table 13 — Heating Control Master Loop Inputs
(Version 1.0 and 2.0 of the Control Software)
INPUTS
Unit Type
Current Mode
Fan State
Occupied Status
Space Temperature (SPT)
Return-Air Temperature
(RAT)
Occupied Heating Option
(OHEN)
Occupied Heating Set Point
(OHSP)
Space Temperature Offset
(STO)
Morning Warm-up Status
SAT Reset
TYPE
User Configured
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Table 15 — Heating Control Master Loop Inputs
(Version 3.0 Software)
User Configured, default disabled
INPUTS
Unit Type
Current Mode
Fan State
Occupied Status
Occupied Heating Option
for VAV
Morning Warm-Up Status
Space Temperature (SPT)
Return-Air Temperature (RAT)
Occupied Heating Set Point
(OHSP)
Space Temperature Offset
(STO)
User Configured, default = 68 F
Analog Input
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
LEGEND
SAT — Supply-Air Temperature
Table 14 — Heating Control Master Loop Outputs
(Version 1.0 and 2.0 of the Control Software)
OUTPUTS
SHSR Submaster Reference
TYPE
Desired Supply-Air Temperature
TYPE
User Configured
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
DIP switch no. 5
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
User Configured, default = 68 F
Analog Input
LEGEND
VAV — Variable Air Volume
Constant Volume Units — Heating will maintain space temperature at the unoccupied heat set point during unoccupied
periods, or occupied heat set point during occupied periods.
Variable Air Volume Units — Heating control will maintain
return-air temperature at occupied heat set point under the
following conditions:
• Units with space thermistor: unit is started during the unoccupied period by the DDC control due to space temperature falling below the unoccupied heat set point.
• Unit is in morning warm-up mode: see Temperature Compensated Start section on page 18.
• Unit has Occupied Heating enabled: heating control will
maintain return-air temperature at occupied heat set point
during occupied periods.
Table 16 — Heating Control Master Loop Outputs
(Version 3.0 Software)
OUTPUTS
SHSR Submaster Reference
TYPE
Desired Supply-Air Temperature
LEGEND
SHSR — Staged Heat Submaster Reference
Constant Volume/Heat Pump Units — Heating will maintain
space temperature at unoccupied heat set point during unoccupied periods, or occupied heat set point during occupied periods.
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Table 18 — Heating Control
Submaster Loop Outputs
Variable Air Volume Units — Heating control will maintain
return-air temperature at occupied heat set point under the
following conditions:
• Units with space thermistor: unit is started during the unoccupied period by the DDC control due to space temperature falling below the unoccupied heat set point.
• Units with Return-Air Thermistor: unit was started during
unoccupied period by the DDC due to RAT falling below
Unoccupied Heat Set Point and has been running for
10 minutes.
• Unit is in morning warm-up: see Morning Warm-Up section below.
• Unit has Occupied Heating enabled: heating control will
maintain return-air temperature at occupied heat set point
during occupied periods.
Qualifying Conditions — When all of the following conditions are met, the submaster reference is calculated, otherwise it is set to its minimum value.
• Indoor fan has been ON for 30 seconds (or 10 minutes if
started for Unoccupied RAT control).
• Cool mode is not active.
• Occupied, Temperature Compensated Start, or Heat mode
is active.
• VAV units: RAT reading is available.
CV units: SPT reading is available.
• VAV units: Unoccupied mode, Morning Warm-Up, or OHEN
option enabled and RAT < OHSP − SAT Reset.
Sequence Of Operation — The Staged Heat Submaster Reference (SHSR) is calculated as follows:
SHSR = PID function on (error term)
For CV or Heat Pump units:
error term = OHSP + STO − Space Temperature
For VAV units:
error term = OHSP − Return-Air Temperature
Morning Warm-Up (VAV Only) — Morning warm-up in a
VAV system occurs during the 10-minute period right after
the unit enters into Occupied mode (during which heating is
allowed). During the 10 minutes heating will be started if
RAT<OHSP − (SAT reset). Heating will continue until the
set point is satisfied, even if heating is required longer than
10 minutes.
Morning warm-up may also be initiated when the temperature compensated start algorithm calculates a biased occupied start time, and the unit has a heating demand. The
unit modes will indicate Temperature Compensated Start and
Heat.
In DAV systems, the Linkage mode warm-up will be transmitted to the Linkage Supervisory POC device to support
DAV. The warm-up will continue into the occupied period
as long as there is a need for heat. During warm-up, the unit
can continue heating into the occupied period, even if occupied heating is disabled.
When the heating demand is satisfied, the warm-up condition will terminate.
HEATING CONTROL SUBMASTER LOOP— The heating submaster loop calculates the required heat stages to maintain supply-air temperature at the submaster reference SHSR.
The maximum number of stages on CV units is 2 and on
VAV units is one. The Heating Control Submaster inputs and
outputs are shown in Tables 17 and 18.
OUTPUTS
Heat Stages
HEAT 1, HEAT 2
HIR
LEGEND
HIR — Heat Interlock Relay
Qualifying Conditions — If all of the following conditions
are met, the number of heat stages will be calculated, otherwise it will be set to 0.
• Indoor fan has been ON for 30 seconds.
• Cool mode is not active.
• Occupied, Temperature Compensated Start, or Heat mode
is active.
• SAT reading is available.
• None of the Fire/Smoke modes are active.
Heat stages are calculated as follows:
ERROR = SHSR − SAT
Heat stages will not be changed if ERROR is between −5
and 5.
If (ERROR <−5) or (ERROR >5), then Heat stages =
ERROR/5.
The new heat stages value is rounded and must be between 0 and the maximum heat stages. If the new heat stages
value is different from the number of heat stages currently
ON, the algorithm will add/remove heat stages to get the
required number of stages ON.
Whenever there is a heat stage ON in a VAV unit, the heat
interlock relay will be energized to drive the VAV terminals
open.
Qualifying Conditions (Software Version 3.0 Only) — In gas
heat units, the control will detect the need for High Heat
operation as follows:
• the calculated Heat Stages must be at least 1
• if SAT <50 F, the control will turn on both Heat stages
regardless of calculated Heat Stages value
• the control will return to normal heat operation when
SAT ≥ 51 F
For heat pump units, if Heat Stages = 1 (50% capacity),
the control will energize CMP1, CMP2, RVS1, and RVS2.
If Heat Stages = 2 (100% capacity), the control will energize
HS1 and HS2.
Digital Air Volume (DAV) Linkage — Carrier rooftop units with Direct Digital Controls may also have a communication linkage with the VAV terminal units in a particular application. This linkage is called the DAV linkage. In
order for this linkage to be possible, the individual VAV air
terminals must be equipped with Carrier PIC controls and
the air terminals must be linked by a Terminal System Manager (TSM). The TSM acts as the communication link between the VAV air terminal PICs and the rooftop unit. When
the TSM is fully programmed and begins communication,
the rooftop control begins using inputs from the TSM for
rooftop unit control operation. This is automatic, and does
not require a configuration change to the standard rooftop
unit DDC.
Listed following are the values in the DDC control algorithms that will be substituted with linkage supplied parameters when Linkage is present.
Table 17 — Heating Control Submaster Loop Inputs
INPUTS
Current Mode
Fan State
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Staged Heat Submaster
Reference (SHSR)
Maximum Heat Stages
TYPE
Number of Heat Stages Required
Discrete Outputs
Discrete Output
TYPE
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Thermistor Input
Submaster Reference Value
SET POINTS — Occupied cooling, occupied heating, unoccupied cooling and unoccupied heating set points will be
replaced with respective set points supplied by Linkage.
Internal Parameter
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3. If the system is in Occupied mode or in the Temperature
Compensated Start, the sequence will determine if the reset option is enabled and the space sensor is installed and
working.
4. If the reset option is enabled and the space temperature
reading is valid, the sequence will read the space temperature and compare it to the occupied cooling set point.
If the temperature is below the occupied cooling set point,
the algorithm will compute the reset value as follows:
Reset value = (occupied cooling set point
− space temperature) x reset ratio
It then compares this value against the reset limit. If it is
greater than the reset limit the sequence will use the reset
limit as the reset value.
Cooling and Heating — Average occupied zone temperature (AOZT) will replace the space temperature (SPT) during occupied and biased occupied periods for constant volume (CV) systems.
Average zone temperature (AZT) will replace the space
temperature (SPT) during unoccupied periods for constant
volume (CV) systems.
Average occupied zone temperature (AOZT) will replace
the return-air temperature (RAT) during occupied and
biased occupied periods for variable air volume (VAV)
systems.
Average zone temperature (AZT) will replace the space
temperature (SPT) and the return-air temperature (RAT)
during unoccupied periods for variable air volume (VAV)
systems.
Temperature Compensated Start — The average zone temperature (AZT) will replace the space temperature (SPT) to
compute the start bias time.
Unoccupied Free Cooling and Unoccupied Fan Start — Average zone temperature (AZT) will replace the space temperature (SPT).
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge — Linkage occupancy parameters will replace local occupancy parameters. Average occupied cool set point will replace the local occupied cool set
point.
Reset Algorithm — Average occupied zone temperature
(AOZT) will replace the space temperature (SPT).
Economizer Algorithm — The average Zone temperature
(AZOT or AZT) will replace the space temperature
(SPT) and return-air temperature (RAT) in all economizer
calculations.
IAQ Algorithm — The average occupied zone temperature
(AOZT) will replace the space temperature (SPT) for space
temperature override calculations.
NOTE: Heat Interlock Relay (HIR) is not applicable on units
using DAV applications.
LINKAGE ALARMS — If the rooftop unit DDC which had
previously been operating as part of a DAV system detects
a communication failure between the rooftop unit and the
TSM, the rooftop unit DDC continues to operate for 5 minutes using the last information it received from the TSM. If
communication resumes within the 5-minute period, normal
system operation continues. If the communication failure persists beyond 5 minutes, the rooftop unit DDC generates a
linkage failure alarm. At that time, the rooftop unit DDC will
return to stand-alone operation using its own sensors, set points,
and schedules previously overridden by linkage.
If communication is restored, normal DAV system operation resumes, and the rooftop unit DDC generates a linkage
return-to-normal message.
Table 19 — Space Temperature Reset Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Space Sensor Installed
for VAV
Fan State
Occupancy Status
Reset Option
Space Temperature
Supply-Air Set Point
Reset Ratio
Reset Limit
Occupied Cooling
Set Point
TYPE
DIP switch 1
DIP Switch 2
Internal Parameter
Occupancy Schedule, default = 0
Configuration Value, default = dis.
Thermistor Input
User Defined Set Point, default = 55 F
User Defined Input, default = 3
User Defined Input, default = 10
User Defined Set Point, default = 78 F
LEGEND
VAV — Variable Air Volume
Table 20 — Space Temperature Reset Outputs
OUTPUTS
Reset Value
TYPE
Space Temperature Reset
SUPPLY-AIR TEMPERATURE RESET — Supply-air temperature can also be reset based upon an external 4 to 20 mA
signal, such as outdoor-air temperature or an input from another control. The supply-air temperature reset inputs and
outputs are shown in Tables 21 and 22.
Table 21 — Supply-Air Temperature Reset Inputs
INPUTS
SAT Reset Milliamp Input (SATRV)
TYPE
Analog Input
LEGEND
SAT — Supply-Air Temperature
Table 22 — Supply-Air Temperature Reset Outputs
OUTPUTS
SATRES Bias
Space Temperature Reset (VAV Only) — Space
Temperature Reset is used to reset the supply-air temperature set point of a VAV system up as the space temperature
falls below its occupied cooling set point. For this reason, a
space temperature sensor is required. As the space temperature falls below the cooling set point, the supply-air temperature will be reset upward as a function of the reset ratio.
Reset ratio is expressed in degrees change in supply-air temperature per degree of space temperature change. A reset limit
will exist which will limit the maximum number of degrees
the supply-air temperature may be raised. Both the reset ratio and the reset limit are user definable. The space temperature reset inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 19 and 20.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
1. The on/off status of the unit supply fan is determined.
2. If the fan is ON, the sequence will check if the system is
in Occupied mode.
TYPE
Internal Parameter
Supply-air temperature (SAT) reset may be used on VAV
units. Input channel 14 has been allocated to provide a 4 to
20 mA signal that will be scaled by software into 0 to
20° F range. The variable SATRES will added to supply-air
set points on VAV units. On VAV units with space temperature reset, the bias will be set to greater of SATRES and space
temperature reset value. When an external input is used for
reset, the reset function on the board does not require
enabling.
The display of configured set points will not be modified
by any bias. The control set point field CLSP on Building
Supervisor will include all reset bias.
If both a space sensor and an external input is used for
reset and the reset function on the board is enabled, the reset
temperature will be the one that is the greatest difference
from set point.
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3. If the Occupied mode is OFF and TSTAT mode is OFF,
IAQ minimum damper position will be set to 0, and proceed to Step 9.
4. The IAQ minimum damper position is calculated as
follows:
IAQ minimum damper position = PI function (error)
where error = IAQS set point − IAQI sensor reading
NOTE: The IAQ minimum position is an intermediate
parameter, not the final damper position. The IQMP calculated in Step 8 is the final damper minimum position
5. When IAQ priority level (IAQP) = LOW, the following
comfort overrides will be considered:
a. Space temperature override (CV with CCN/sensors only):
If (SPT>OCSP+2 or SPT<OHSP-2) then IAQ minimum position = 0. Once space temperature override
has been set, it is removed when SPT ≤ OSCP and
SPT ≥ OHSP.
b. Supply-air temperature override (VAV and CV with
thermostat only):
If (SAT<SASP − 8 or SAT> SASP + 5 for 4 minutes),
then IAQ minimum damper position = 0.
6. Outdoor-air quality override:
If (IAQO>OIAQLOCK and OIAQLOCK>0) then IAQ
minimum damper position = 0.
7. After calculating IAQ minimum damper position, it will
be compared to its maximum limit IAQMAXP (user configured). It may not exceed the IAQMAXP. IAQMAXP
defaults to 0.
8. With software version 3.1 a second minimum damper
position (low ambient temperature minimum damper position LOWMDP) is available for applications where there
is insufficient load in the colder months. LOWMDP is a
user configured value and is meant to replace MDP
during colder weather to reduce outdoor airflow into the
space when the economizer is at minimum position. The
criteria to determine if LOWMDP will be used is as
follows:
• LOWMDP<MDP
• CV (thermostat operation): unit in fan only mode and
SAT < SASP-2 for 4 minutes
• CV (sensor operation): SPT < OHSP-2
• VAV: RAT < OHSP-2
The control will resume using MDP when the temperature gets back within its set point. The standard MDP will
also be used in CV units with thermostat during heating
or cooling cycles. The factory default setting for LOWMDP is 100% thereby disabling this feature. It may be
enabled by accessing the control and setting LOWMDP
to a value lower than MDP. When this override is active,
LOWMDP replaces MDP in all calculations in Step 9.
9. Determine final minimum damper position IQMP as
follows:
If indoor fan is OFF and W1 is not energized (gas heat
unit), then IQMP = 0. If unit is configured for TSTAT
operation and W1is energized (gas heat unit), then IQMP
= greater of IAQ minimum position or MDP. If the indoor fan is on and unit is in Occupied mode or configured for TSTAT operation, then IQMP = greater of IAQ
minimum position or MDP. If the indoor fan is on and
unit is in Unoccupied mode and not configured for TSTAT
operation, then IQMP = PURGEMP.
Space Temperature Offset (CV Only) — The control will provide a capability for CV units to offset a space
temperature by ±5° F, using a T-56 device. The STO input
on channel 10 will provide an analog input that will be linearized by the software into the −5 to +5 range, and used as
STO bias to offset a set point. The linearized offset value
will be displayed in a display table on Building Supervisor,
Service Tool, or ComfortWorks™ software. The space temperature reset inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 23
and 24.
Table 23 — Space Temperature Offset
and SAT Reset Inputs
INPUTS
Space Temperature Offset (STO)
TYPE
Analog Input
Table 24 — Space Temperature Offset
and SAT Reset Outputs
OUTPUTS
STO Bias
TYPE
Internal Parameter
The displays of configured set points will not be modified
by any bias. The control set point field CLSP on Building
Supervisor will include all offset and reset bias.
Indoor-Air Quality — Indoor-air quality (IAQ) is maintained within the space at the set point level. The set point
IAQS is user configured, and the indoor-air quality reading
IAQI is supplied by an analog input. The IAQI value is calculated based on the user-defined curve. The algorithm calculates the IAQ Minimum Damper Position value using a PI
loop on the IAQI deviation from the set point. As air quality
within the space changes, the calculated IAQ minimum damper
position value will also change, thus allowing more or less
outdoor air into the space.
The control will also be supplied with an outdoor-air quality reading to prevent outdoor air in when quality is low.
When IAQ priority level (IAQP) is set to LOW, the IAQ
minimum damper position calculation may be overridden by
comfort requirements. The IAQ minimum damper position
is compared against the user configured minimum position
(MDP). The greatest value becomes the final minimum damper
position (IQMP).
The algorithm is enabled by the presence of an indoor-air
quality sensor on the expansion I/O board. It is assumed that
the valid sensor will provide voltage input (after conversion
from 4 to 20 mA) of at least one volt to the control, otherwise the control will not recognize that a sensor is present.
For this reason, the board does not have to be accessed by
PC if the IAQ/OAQ default values can be utilized.
NOTE: Carrier IAQ/OAQ sensors are shipped configured for
a 0 to 10 vdc signal for use on previously designed PIC products. This signal must be changed to 4 to 20 mA to be used
on these products, which is accomplished through a jumper
change. A software package is also available through Carrier
distribution. The IAQ/OAQ input signals are also polarized,
with (+) connecting to the odd numbered terminals and (−)
connected to the even numbered terminals.
The software package can also verify the sensor calibration which often is a requirement on a job. The Indoor-Air
Quality inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 25 and 26.
See Fig. 4 for damper operation.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
1. If the algorithm is disabled (no sensor), the IAQ minimum damper position (MDP) will be set to 0. Proceed to
Step 8.
2. If the fan has been ON for 30 seconds or W1 is on with
gas heat, proceed to Step 3. Otherwise, set IAQ minimum position to 0 and proceed to Step 9.
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Table 25 — Indoor-Air Quality Inputs
INPUTS
Economizer Minimum
Damper Position
Fan State
Occupancy Status
Current Mode
Indoor-Air Quality
Set Point (IAQS)
Outdoor AQ Lockout
(OIAQLOCK)
IAQ Priority Level (IAQP)
Indoor-Air Quality Sensor
(IAQI)
Outdoor-Air Quality Sensor
(IAQO)
IAQ Max. Position
(IAQMAXP)
IAQ Purge Min. Pos.
(PURGEMP)
Space Temperature (SPT)
Supply-Air Temperature (SAT)
Occupied Cooling Set Point (OCSP)
Occupied Heating Set Point (OHSP)
Supply-Air Set Point (SASP)
TYPE
User Configured, default = 20%
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = 650
User Configured, default= dis.
User Configured, default = 0 (low)
Analog Input
Analog Input
User Configured
Calculated by IAQ Purge Algorithm
Analog Input
Analog Input
User Configured, default = 78 F
User Configured, default = 68 F
User Configured, default = 55 F
Table 26 — Indoor-Air Quality Outputs
OUTPUTS
IQMP
TYPE
Final Min. Damper Position for Econo
NO
NO
NO
YES
OCCUPIED
IFM RUNNING
NO
NO
IFM RUNNING
NO
YES
YES
THERMOSTAT
IFM RUNNING
GAS HEAT IS ON
PURGE
MIN
POS
NO
YES
YES
MIN
POS
ZERO
MIN
POS
ZERO
IAQ MIN POS > MDP
NO
IAQ
MIN
POS
MDP
CHECK OUT
SYSTEM
FAN
SHOULD
BE ON
LEGEND
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
IFM — Indoor-Fan Motor
MDP — Minimum Damper Position
Fig. 4 — Final Minimum Damper Position
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IAQ MIN POS > MDP
YES
YES
MDP
MIN
POS
ZERO
YES
IAQ
MIN
POS
Table 30 — Power Exhaust Outputs
Constant Volume and Modulating Power Exhaust — The supply fan must be on for the modulating
OUTPUTS
Modulated Power Exhaust Enable (PEXE)
CV Power Exhaust Stage 1 (CVPE1)
CV Power Exhaust Stage 2 (CVPE2)
power exhaust fan routine to operate. The space temperature
reset inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 27 and 28.
POWER EXHAUST OPERATION (Software Versions 1.0
and 2.0) — The space temperature reset inputs and outputs
are shown in Tables 27 and 28.
Sequence of Operation — The control may perform twoposition power exhaust or provide an Enable signal to an
external Modulated Power Exhaust sequencer. On VAV units,
the power exhaust type is selected via CCN, while on CV
units the selection is made by DIP switch no. 5.
Two Position Power Exhaust Control — If 0 ≤ ECONPOS
< PES1, then CVPE1 = OFF and CVPE2 = OFF. If PES1 ≤
ECONPOS and PES2, then CVPE1 = ON and CVPE2 = OFF.
If PES2 ≤ ECONPOS ≤ 100, then CVPE1 = ON and CVPE2
= ON.
Table 27 — Power Exhaust Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Fan State
Power Exhaust Type
Economizer Position
CV Power Exhaust
Set Point 1 (PES1)
CV Power Exhaust
Set Point 2 (PES2)
TYPE
Configuration Switch
Internal Parameter
Configuration Switch
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = 25%
User Configured, default = 75%
Modulated Power Exhaust Control — If the indoor fan is on,
then PEXE = ON. If the indoor fan is off, then PEXE = OFF.
In addition, on units equipped with the Expansion I/O module, the control may have direct access to 4 to 6 Modulated
Power Exhaust stages bypassing an external sequencer device. These stages will be controlled directly in fire/smoke
modes.
LEGEND
CV — Constant Volume
Table 28 — Power Exhaust Outputs
OUTPUTS
Modulated Power Exhaust Enable (PEXE)
CV Power Exhaust Stage 1 (CVPE1)
CV Power Exhaust Stage 2 (CVPE2)
TYPE
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
Unoccupied Cooling Initiation and Completion
— Unoccupied free cool is used to start the indoor fan on
LEGEND
CV — Constant Volume
cool nights to precool the space by using only outside air.
This is done to delay the need for mechanical cooling when
the system enters the occupied period. Once the space has
been sufficiently cooled during this cycle, the fan will be
stopped. The unoccupied free cooling inputs and outputs are
shown in Tables 31 and 32.
Sequence of Operation
Constant Volume Units — Two stages of power exhaust fans
(CV Power Exhaust) or Power Exhaust Enable, output to an
external modulated power exhaust controller, selected by DIP
switch no. 5.
Variable Air Volume Units — Power Exhaust Enable sends
output to an external Modulated Power Exhaust controller
(regardless of the DIP switch setting).
Constant Volume Power Exhaust Control — If 0 ≤
ECONPOS<PES1, then CVPE1 = OFF and CVPE2 = OFF.
If PES1 ≤ ECONPOS, PES2, then CVPE1=ON and
CVPE2=OFF. If PES2 ≤ ECONPOS ≤ 100, then CVPE1=ON
and CVPE2=ON.
Modulated Power Exhaust Control — If the indoor fan is
on, then PEXE=ON. If the indoor fan is off, then PEXE=OFF.
In addition, on units equipped with the Expansion I/O module, the control may have direct access to 4 to 6 Modulated
Power Exhaust stages. These stages will be controlled directly in fire/smoke modes.
POWER EXHAUST OPERATION (Software Version 3.0 and
Higher) — Two position power exhaust is available for VAV
applications with Version 3.0 software. The space temperature reset inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 29 and 30.
Table 31 — Unoccupied Free Cooling Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Space Sensor Installed
for VAV (Ver. 3.0)
Occupancy Status
Current Mode
Space Temperature (SPT)
Outdoor-Air Temperature
(OAT)
Enthalpy Switch
Occupied Cooling
Set Point (OCSP)
Occupied Heating
Set Point (OHSP)
Unoccupied Free Cooling
Lockout Temperature (NTLO)
Enable Option (NTEN)
Table 29 — Power Exhaust Inputs
INPUTS
TYPE
Unit Type
Fan State
Power Exhaust Type for CV
Power Exhaust Type for VAV
(VAVPE)
Economizer Position
CV Power Exhaust
Set Point 1 (PES1)
CV Power Exhaust
Set Point 2 (PES2)
DIP switch 1
Internal Parameter
DIP switch 5
User Configured, DIP switch 5
TYPE
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
Discrete Output
TYPE
DIP switch no. 1
DIP switch no. 2
Occupancy Schedule, default = 0
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
Analog Input
Discrete Input
User Configured, default = 78 F
User Configured, default = 68 F
User Configured, default = 50 F
User Configured, default =
(Disabled Ver. 1.0 and 2.0.)
(DIP switch Ver. 3.0)
LEGEND
DIP — Dual In-Line Package
VAV — Variable Air Volume
Table 32 — Unoccupied Free Cooling Outputs
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = 25%
OUTPUTS
Unoccupied Free Cool Mode
User Configured, default = 75%
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TYPE
Indicates Mode is Active
QUALIFYING CONDITIONS — The following conditions
must be met for Unoccupied Free Cooling to be active:
• NTEN option is enabled
• Unit is in unoccupied state
• Temperature Compensated Start mode is not active
• Heat mode is not active
• Space temperature (SPT) reading is available
• Outdoor-air temperature (OAT) reading is available
• Enthalpy is acceptable
• OAT>NTLO (with 1 degree F hysteresis)
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION — If any of the qualifying
conditions are not met, Unoccupied free cool mode will not
start. Otherwise, the Unoccupied free cool mode will be controlled as follows:
The Unoccupied free cool set point (NTSP) is determined
based on the unit type as follows:
NTSP = OCSP for VAV units
TSP = (OCSP + OHSP)/2 for CV units
The Unoccupied Free Cool mode will be started when:
SPT >(NTSP + 2) and SPT >(OAT + 8)
The Unoccupied Free Cool mode will be stopped when:
SPT < NTSP or SPT < (OAT + 3)
if space temperature < occupied heat set point
then SBT = (OHSP − SPT) x KHEAT
if space temperature is between the set points, SBT = 0
NOTE: Variables KCOOL and KHEAT are factors and NOT
the minutes that will start the unit prior to occupancy. If these
factors are set too large, temperature compensated start may
start too early.
The start bias time can range from 0 to 255 minutes. When
SBT >0, the algorithm will subtract it from the next occupied time to calculate a new start time. When the new start
time is reached, the temperature compensated start mode is
set, the fan will be started, and the unit is controlled as in the
occupied state. Once set, the temperature compensated mode
will stay on until the unit goes into Occupied mode. The
start bias time will be written into the linkage equipment table
if the unit is controlled in DAV mode.
If the Unoccupied Free Cool mode is active when the temperature compensated start begins, unoccupied free cool will
be stopped.
During Temperature Compensated Start in the Heat mode,
the outdoor-air dampers remain closed until the occupied schedule starts. The indoor fan runs continuously in the Temperature Compensated Start mode.
Temperature Compensated Start — Temperature
Compensated Start will run when the DDC is in the unoccupied state and calculate early start bias time base on space
temperature deviation from occupied set points. The Temperature Compensated Start inputs and outputs are shown in
Tables 33 and 34.
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge — The IAQ Pre-Occupancy
Purge brings in fresh outdoor air before the Occupied mode
begins. The IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge is used to lower carbon dioxide levels below the IAQ set point before Occupied
mode starts. The IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 35 and 36.
Table 35 — IAQ Pre-Occupancy Inputs
Table 33 — Temperature Compensated Start Inputs
INPUTS
Occupancy Status
Occupancy Schedule
Time of Day
Space Temperature
(SPT)
Occupied Heat
Set Point (OHSP)
Occupied Cool
Set Point (OCSP)
K-Heat Factor*
K-Cool Factor*
INPUTS
Purge Enable/Disable
(IAQPURGE)
Purge Duration (IQPD)
Next Occupied Time
Current Time
Enthalpy
OAT
Night Time Lockout
Temperature
Occupied Cool
Set Point (OCSP)
Low Temp. Min. Position
(LTMP)
High Temp. Min. Position
(HTMP)
TYPE
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = 0
Internal Parameter
Analog Input
User Configured Set Point, default = 68 F
User Configured Set Point, default = 78 F
User Configured Parameter, default = 0
User Configured Parameter, default = 0
*K-Heat and K-Cool factors must be set to non-zero values for temperature compensated start to operate.
TYPE
User Configured, default = dis.
User configured, default = 5 min.
Occupancy Schedule
Time of Day
Discrete Input
Thermistor Input
User Configured, default = 50 F
User Configured, default = 78 F
User Configured, default = 10%
User Configured, default = 35%
LEGEND
Table 34 — Temperature Compensated
Start Outputs
OAT — Outdoor-Air Temperature
Table 36 — IAQ Pre-Occupancy Outputs
OUTPUTS
Temperature Compensated Mode
TYPE
Indicates Mode is Active
OUTPUTS
IAQ Purge Mode
Purge Min. Pos. (PURGEMP)
QUALIFYING CONDITIONS — The following conditions
must be met for Unoccupied Free Cooling to be active:
• the unit is in the unoccupied state
• the next occupied time is valid (i.e., must have an occupancy schedule)
• the current time of day is valid
• a valid space temperature reading is available (sensor or
DAV linkage)
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION — The algorithm will calculate start bias time (SBT). The SBT is the time in minutes
that the unit will start before the occupied period. The SBT
is calculated as follows:
if space temperature > occupied cool set point
then SBT = (SPT − OCSP) x KCOOL
TYPE
Indicates IAQ Purge Active
Internal Parameter
LEGEND
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
QUALIFYING CONDITIONS — If all of the following conditions are met, the Pre-Occupancy Purge will take place:
• Purge option is enabled
• unit is in the unoccupied state
• current time is valid
• next occupied time is valid (i.e., must have an occupancy
schedule)
• time is within 2 hours of next occupied period
• time is within purge duration (user configured)
• OAT reading is available
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Table 40 — Demand Limit Outputs
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION — The following algorithm
is used to determine Pre-Occupancy Purge mode:
if (OAT ≥ NTLO and OAT ≤ OCSP and enthalpy is low)
then PURGEMP = 100%
otherwise
if (OAT < NTLO)
then PURGEMP = LTMP (defaults to 10%)
otherwise PURGEMP = HTMP (defaults to 35%)
Whenever PURGEMP results in a number greater the 0%,
the IAQ purge mode is enabled. That will cause the indoor
fan and heat interlock relays to energize, and economizer
minimum position is set to PURGEMP value. When IAQ
purge mode is not active, PURGEMP = 0%.
OUTPUTS
Demand Limit Mode
Maximum Cool Stages
Maximum Heat Stages
The control will have a maximum demand limit time of
one hour. The Demand Limit Time will prevent the unit from
staying in Loadshed/Redline Alert longer than one hour, in
the event that the control loses communication with the Network Loadshed Module. Should the one hour timer expire
prior to receiving the Unshed Device command from CCN,
the control will stop Demand Limit mode and return to normal operation.
The control may also be placed in the Loadshed mode by
the demand limit discrete input. When the input is closed,
the control will perform loadshed functions as specified above,
except the maximum loadshed timer of one hour will NOT
be used.
Demand Limit — If the demand limit option is enabled,
the control will receive and accept Redline Alert and Loadshed commands from the CCN Loadshed controller (the Base
Board only required). It will also perform Loadshed in response to the demand limit switch (which requires the optional Expansion Board).
When a redline alert is received, the control will set the
maximum stage capacity equal to the stage of capacity the
unit is operating at when the redline alert was initiated.
When loadshed command is received or demand limit switch
is closed, the control will reduce capacity as shown in
Tables 37 and 38. The Demand Limit inputs and outputs are
shown in Tables 39 and 40.
Defrost (Heat Pump Units Only) — When one or
both Defrost Inputs (Y1 and Y2) energize, the control will
start a Defrost Cycle Timer based on the user configured Defrost Cycle Time of 30 to 90 minutes. If both Y1 and Y2
contacts open before the timer has timed out, the timer will
be stopped, and the unit will continue with normal heating
control. If the call for heat drops out during the defrost cycle
waiting period, the control will retain in memory the amount
of time left in the timer. If heat is turned on again with defrost inputs energized, the control will use that time instead
of the entire Defrost Cycle Time. The Defrost inputs and outputs are shown in Tables 41 and 42.
Table 37 — Constant Volume
Demand Limit Capacities
CURRENT CAPACITY
CMP1
CMP1 + CMP2
HS1
HS1 + HS2
NEW CAPACITY
DX Cooling Off
CMP1
Heat OFF
HS1
Table 41 — Defrost Inputs
INPUTS
Unit Type
Defrost Y1/Y2
Unit Mode
Defrost Cycle Time
LEGEND
DX
— Direct Expansion
CMP — Compressor
HS
— Heating Stage
Table 38 — Variable Air Volume
Demand Limit Capacities
CURRENT CAPACITY (STAGES)
CMP1 + CMP2 (6)
CMP1 + ULD1 + CMP2 (5)
CMP1 + ULD1 + ULD2 + CMP2 (4)
CMP1 (3)
CMP1 + ULD1 (2)
CMP1 + ULD1 + ULD2 (1)
HS1
DX
CMP
HS
ULD
—
—
—
—
TYPE
DIP switch no. 1, 8
Discrete inputs
Internal Parameter
User Configured, default = 50 min.
Table 42 — Defrost Outputs
OUTPUTS
Compressors (CMP1, CMP2)
Reverse Valve Solenoids (RVS1, RVS2)
Outdoor Fans (OFC1, OFC2)
Heat Stages (HS1, HS2)
NEW CAPACITY (STAGES)
CMP1
CMP1 (3)
CMP1 (3)
CMP1 + ULD1 (2)
CMP1 + ULD1 + ULD2 (1)
DX Cooling OFF (0)
Heat OFF
TYPE
Discrete Outputs
Discrete Outputs
Discrete Outputs
Discrete Outputs
Upon the time-out, with Y1 and/or Y2 still energized, the
control will begin the Defrost Cycle as follows:
CMP1, CMP2 = ON
HS1, HS2 = ON
RVS1, RVS2 = OFF
OFC1, OFC2 = OFF
The Defrost Cycle will be stopped if both Y1 and Y2 open
or after 10 minutes, whichever occurs first.
After Defrost Cycle is stopped, the control will return to
normal heating operation.
LEGEND
Direct Expansion
Compressor
Heat Stage
Unloader
Table 39 — Demand Limit Inputs
INPUTS
Redline Alert
Loadshed
Demand Limit
Option (DLEN)
TYPE
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
Internal Parameter
TYPE
Command from CCN Loadshed Module
Discrete input or from CCN Loadshed module
User Configured, default = dis.
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installed as a wall-mounted thermostat would be (in the conditioned space where it will not be subjected to either a cooling or heating source or direct exposure to sunlight, and 4 to
5 ft above the floor). The sensor can also be used to override
the occupancy schedule in the unit by pushing the override
button on the front of the sensor.
Smoke Control Modes — Variable air volume units
and CV units with optional expansion I/O board will perform fire and smoke control. The unit will provide 4 different modes which can be used to control smoke within the
area serviced by the unit. These modes of operation are fire
shutdown, pressurization, evacuation, and smoke purge.
Each mode must be energized individually via channels
5, 6, 7, and 8 on the expansion board. The corresponding
alarm will be initiated when a mode is activated. The fire
system will provide a normally closed dry contact closure.
Table 43 specifies all actions the control will undertake
when each mode occurs (all outputs are forced with
priority 1 — Fire).
If more than one input is energized, the control will operate in Fire Shutdown mode.
ACCESSORY SPACE TEMPERATURE SENSOR (T-56) —
The T-56 sensor operates the same as the standard T-55 sensor but has an additional feature of allowing the user to change
the set point ±5° F from the space temperature. The T-56
sensor (Carrier Part No. CEC0121503-01) is applicable to
CV and heat pump applications only. A slide potentiometer
is used to provide the space temperature offset and is located
on the face of the device. The sensor is a wall-mounted device and should be installed as a wall-mounted thermostat
would be (in the conditioned space where it will not be subjected to either a cooling or heating source or direct exposure to sunlight, and 4 to 5 ft above the floor). The sensor
can also be used to override the occupancy schedule in the
unit by pushing the button on the front of the sensor.
Head Pressure Control — The DDC module controls the condenser fans to maintain proper head pressure.
The condenser fans are configured to react to the outdoor-air
temperature. On size 024-034 units, fan no. 2 is energized at
65 F and deenergized at 55 F. On size 038-048 units fans
no. 3 and no. 4 are energized at 65 F and deenergized at
55 F. On size 054-068 units, fans no. 3 through 6 are energized at 65 F and deenergized at 55 F. The leading fan (no.
1) can also be controlled with a Motormaster® III control.
On size 038-068 units, fan no. 2 operates at full speed with
a Motormaster control on fan no. 1.
SPACE TEMPERATURE AVERAGING — Applications that
require averaging using multiple space temperature sensors
can be satisfied using either 4 or 9 sensors. Only Carrier sensors may be used for standard T-55 space temperature averaging. Sensors must be used in multiples of 1, 4 and 9
only, with total sensor wiring not to exceed 1000 ft.
NOTE: Space temperature reset can be accomplished with
only one sensor (provided standard with unit). Do not use
T-56 sensor for space temperature averaging because the
5° F offset function will not work in a multiple sensor
application.
Space Temperature Sensors
ACCESSORY SPACE TEMPERATURE SENSOR (T-55) —
The T-55 (Carrier part no. CEC0121448-01) sensor is a wallmounted device used to measure space temperature and for
unoccupied heating and cooling operation. It should be
Table 43 — Fire/Smoke Control Modes
EVACUATION
100%
ON
SMOKE
PURGE
100%
ON
100%
OFF
FIRE
SHUTDOWN
0%
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
DEVICE
PRESSURIZATION
Economizer
Indoor Fan/VFD
Power Exhaust
(all outputs)
Heat Stages
HIR
LEGEND
HIR — Heat Interlock Relay
VFD — Variable Frequency Drive
CONTROL
BOX
1
6
3
4
3
4
1
2
1
2
2
CONTROL BOX
024-034 UNITS
5
038-054 UNITS
Fig. 5 — Condenser-Fan Motor Locations
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CONTROL BOX
058-058 UNITS
The compressors will now deenergize followed by the outdoor fan contactors and indoor fan contactors. If the unit is
equipped with the Integrated Gas Control (IGC) board, the
indoor fan will continue to operate for an additional 30 seconds after deenergizing the circuit.
The field test is complete.
Base and Expansion Board Modules — Table 44
is a map of the type of input and output for each channel and
corresponding terminal for both the base module as well as
the expansion module. Tables 45, 46, 47, and 48 indicate the
channel functions for the CV, heat pump, VAV, and expansion board, respectively. Tables 49 and 50 show the DIP switch
assignments for the control board.
Factory Test (Software Version 1.0 Only) — A
Field Test — The field test program is initiated by mov-
factory test (with DIP switch no. 8) was used only with Version 1.0 software.
ing DIP switch no. 4 to the ON position. The field test
sequence will start. The first sequence will close the outdoorair damper. The control allows 90 seconds for the damper to
close in case it is in the full open position. Next, the indoor
fan contactor is energized and the outside air damper begins
to open to its default value of 20%and stays at that position
for a short period of time. The outdoor-air damper will then
open to its full open position and again stay at that position
for a short period of time. Then the outdoor-air damper will
then close.
If the unit is equipped with power exhaust, stage 1 will be
energized for 5 seconds. If the unit is configured for stage
two of power exhaust, it will be energized for 5 seconds after the first stage is deenergized.
The next step will energize the first stage of heat for
30 seconds, after which time the second stage heat will be
energized for an additional 30 seconds. Heat is then
deenergized.
The last step will run the Cooling mode. Outdoor fan
contactor no. 1 is energized. This is followed by each stage
of cooling energized with a 10 second delay between stages.
Next outdoor fan contactor no. 2 is energized for
10 seconds.
The Factory Test DIP switch should not be enabled in
the field.
The factory/operational test is manually executed using a
Personal Computer program that reads inputs and control outputs via CCN communications. Before the test is run, the
unit will be placed in Factory Test mode by turning DIP
switch no. 8 to the Test position. As the switch is put into the
test position, all outputs will be turned off. The DDC will
now be ready to receive test commands from CCN. When
the factory test mode is initiated, a one-hour timeout timer
will be started by the DDC to prevent the unit from remaining in that mode for more than one hour.
The factory test mode will be turned off when switch 8 is
switched off or when the one hour timer expires, whichever comes first. The factory test has been eliminated in Software Version 2.0 and 3.0.
Table 44 — Input/Output Points
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
1 (T17-T25)
2 (T18-T25)
3 (T19-T25)
4 (T20-T25)
5 (T21-T25)
6 (T22-T25)
7 (T23-T25)
8 (T24-T25)
9 (T1-T2)
10 (T3-T4)
11 (T5-T6)
12 (T7-T8)
13 (T9-T10)
14 (T11-T12)
15 (T13-T14)
16 (T15-T16)
17 (T26-T27)
INPUT TYPE
OUTPUT TYPE
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
24 Volt
10K Resistor
5 or 10K Resistor
5K Resistor
5K Resistor
Resistor (TBD)
4 - 20 mA
4 - 20 mA
4 - 20 mA
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
4 - 20 mA
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
18 (T28-T29)
19 (T30-T29)
20 (T31-T32)
21 (T33-T32)
22 (T34-T35)
23 (T36-T35)
24 (T37-T38)
25 (T39-T38)
26 (K1, N.O.)
(K1, N.C.)
(K1, COM)
27 (K2, N.O)
(K2, N.C.)
(K2, COM)
28 (K3, N.O.)
(K3, N.C.)
(K3, COM)
INPUT TYPE
OUTPUT TYPE
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
24, 115 or 230 Volt
—
—
24, 115 or 230 Volt
—
—
24, 115 or 230 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
24 or 115 Volt
SAME AS K1, COM
SAME AS K1, COM
—
SAME AS K2, COM
SAME AS K2, COM
—
SAME AS K3, COM
SAME AS K3, COM
—
NOTE: For terminals with a 4 to 20 mA signal, odd numbered terminals are (+), even terminals are (−).
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Table 45 — Base Module — CV
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
1 (T17-T25)
2 (T18-T25)
3 (T19-T25)
4 (T20-T25)
5 (T21-T25)
6 (T22-T25)
7 (T23-T25)
8 (T24-T25)
9 (T1-T2)
10 (T3-T4)
11 (T5-T6)
12 (T7-T8)
13 (T9-T10)
14 (T11-T12)
15 (T13-T14)
16 (T15-T16)
ASSIGNMENT
Y1 or Remote Start/Stop (Version 1.0)
Y2
W1 or Remote Start/Stop (Version 2.0 & above)
W2
G
Compressor 1 safety
Compressor 2 safety
Outside-air enthalpy
Space temperature thermistor — 10k
STO override thermistor — 10k
Outdoor-air thermistor — 5k
Supply-air thermistor — 5k
Not used
Supply-air thermistor reset
Not used
Not used
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
17 (T26-T27)
18 (T28-T29)
19 (T30-T29)
20 (T31-T32)
21 (T33-T32)
22 (T34-T35)
23 (T36-T35)
24 (T37-T38)
25 (T39-T38)
26 (K1, N.O.)
(K1, N.C.)
27 (K2, N.O)
(K2, N.C.)
28 (K3, N.O.)
(K3, N.C.)
ASSIGNMENT
Economizer position
Heat 1 relay
Heat 2 relay
CV power exhaust 1 or mod. enable
CV power exhaust 2
Outdoor fan 1
Outdoor fan 2
Not used
Not used
Indoor fan relay
Not used
Compressor 1
Crankcase heater 1
Compressor 2
Crankcase heater 2
LEGEND
STO — Space Temperature Offset
NOTE: Pin T25 is the circuit common for discrete input channels 1 to 8.
Pin T27 is the analog return for the 4 to 20 mA output (pin T26).
Table 46 — Base Module — Heat Pump Units
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
1 (T17-T25)
2 (T18-T25)
3 (T19-T25)
4 (T20-T25)
5 (T21-T25)
6 (T22-T25)
7 (T23-T25)
8 (T24-T25)
9 (T1-T2)
10 (T3-T4)
11 (T5-T6)
12 (T7-T8)
13 (T9-T10)
14 (T11-T12)
15 (T13-T14)
16 (T15-T16)
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
17 (T26-T27)
18 (T28-T29)
19 (T30-T29)
20 (T31-T32)
21 (T33-T32)
22 (T34-T35)
23 (T36-T35)
24 (T37-T38)
25 (T39-T38)
26 (K1, N.O.)
(K1, N.C.)
27 (K2, N.O)
(K2, N.C.)
28 (K3, N.O.)
(K3, N.C.)
ASSIGNMENT
Y1/Defrost 1
Y2/Defrost 2
W1 or Remote Start/Stop
W2
G
Compressor 1 safety
Compressor 2 safety
Outside-air enthalpy
Space temperature thermistor — 10k
STO override thermistor — 10k
Outdoor-air thermistor — 5k
Supply-air thermistor — 5k
Not used
Supply-air thermistor reset
Not used
Not used
LEGEND
STO — Space Temperature Offset
NOTE: Pin T25 is the circuit common for discrete input channels 1 to 8.
Pin T27 is the analog return for the 4 to 20 mA output (pin T26).
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ASSIGNMENT
Economizer position
Heat 1 relay
Heat 2 relay
Power exhaust 1 or mod. enable
Power exhaust 2
Outdoor fan 1
Outdoor fan 2
Reverse Valve Solenoid 1
Reverse Valve Solenoid 2
Indoor fan relay
Not used
Compressor 1
Crankcase heater 1
Compressor 2
Crankcase heater 2
Table 47 — Base Module — VAV
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
1 (T17-T25)
2 (T18-T25)
3 (T19-T25)
4 (T20-T25)
5 (T21-T25)
6 (T22-T25)
7 (T23-T25)
8 (T24-T25)
9 (T1-T2)
10 (T3-T4)
11 (T5-T6)
12 (T7-T8)
13 (T9-T10)
14 (T11-T12)
15 (T13-T14)
16 (T15-T16)
ASSIGNMENT
Remote Start/Stop (Version 1.0)
Not used
Remote Start/Stop (Version 2.0 & above)
Not used
Not used
Compressor 1 safety
Compressor 2 safety
Outside-air enthalpy
Set point thermistor — 10k
Return-air thermistor — 5k
Outdoor-air thermistor — 5k
Supply-air thermistor — 5k
Not used
Supply-air thermistor reset
Not used
Not used
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
17 (T26-T27)
18 (T28-T29)
19 (T30-T29)
20 (T31-T32)
21 (T33-T32)
22 (T34-T35)
23 (T36-T35)
24 (T37-T38)
25 (T39-T38)
26 (K1, N.O.)
(K1, N.C.)
27 (K2, N.O)
(K2, N.C.)
28 (K3, N.O.)
(K3, N.C.)
ASSIGNMENT
Economizer position
Heat relay
Heat interlock relay
Modulated P.E. enable or Power Exh. Stg 1 (Version 3.0)
Not used
Outdoor fan 1
Outdoor fan 2
Unloader 1
Unloader 2
Indoor fan relay/VFD
Not used
Compressor 1
Crankcase heater 1
Compressor 2
Crankcase heater 2
LEGEND
P.E. — Power Exhaust
VFD — Variable Frequency Drive
NOTE: Pin T25 is the circuit common for discrete input channels 1 to 8.
Pin T27 is the analog return for the 4 to 20 mA output (pin T26).
The external reset signal (4 to 20 mA) is polarized, T-11 (+), and T-12 (−).
Table 48 — Expansion Module CV, VAV and Heat Pump
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
1 (T17-T25)
2 (T18-T25)
3 (T19-T25)
4 (T20-T25)
5 (T21-T25)
6 (T22-T25)
7 (T23-T25)
8 (T24-T25)
9 (T1-T2)
10 (T3-T4)
11 (T5-T6)
12 (T7-T8)
13 (T9-T10)
14 (T11-T12)
15 (T13-T14)
16 (T15-T16)
CHANNEL NO.
(TERMINALS)
17 (T26-T27)
18 (T28-T29)
19 (T30-T29)
20 (T31-T32)
21 (T33-T32)
22 (T34-T35)
23 (T36-T35)
24 (T37-T38)
25 (T39-T38)
26 (K1, N.O.)
(K1, N.C.)
27 (K2, N.O)
(K2, N.C.)
28 (K3, N.O.)
(K3, N.C.)
ASSIGNMENT
Fan status
Filter status
Field applied status
Demand limit
Fire unit shutdown
Fire pressurization
Fire evacuation
Fire smoke purge
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Indoor air quality
Outdoor air quality
Not used
LEGEND
P.E. — Power Exhaust
NOTES:
1. Pin T25 is the circuit common for discrete input channels 1 to 8.
2. The CO2 sensor is polarized (+/−) and must be connected to the proper polarized terminal on the expansion board. The even numbers (T12, T14, etc.) are
negative terminals whereas the odd terminals are positive.
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ASSIGNMENT
Not used
Not used
Alarm light
Modulated P.E.
Modulated P.E.
Modulated P.E.
Modulated P.E.
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
2
3
4
Table 49 — DIP Switch Assignments (Software Version 1.0)
1
2
OPEN
VAV
CCN/
SENSORS
CLOSED
CV
T’STAT
3
EXPANSION
I/O
BOARD
BASE
BOARD
ONLY
4
FIELD
TEST
ON
FIELD
TEST
OFF
5
MODULATED
POWER
EXHAUST
CV
POWER
EXHAUST
6
TIME GUARD OVERRIDE
ON/SET MINIMUM
DAMPER POSITION ON
TIME GUARD OVERRIDE
OFF/SET MINIMUM
DAMPER POSITION OFF
7
GAS HEAT
UNIT
ELECTRIC HEAT
UNIT
8
FACTORY
TEST
ON
FACTORY
TEST
OFF
NOTE: The OPEN side of the DIP switch is marked ‘‘OPEN.’’ When the rocker switch is down on the
‘‘OPEN’’ side of the switch, the switch is open. When the rocker is up on the ‘‘OPEN’’ side of the DIP
switch, the switch is closed. If DIP switch no. 1 is open, DIP switch no. 2 is ignored, since VAV units
control to a supply-air temperature.
Table 50 — DIP Switch Assignments (Software Version 2.0 and higher)
OPEN
CLOSED
1
VAV
CV
2
VAV —
SPACE SENSOR.
CV — CCN
OR SENSOR
VAV — NO
SPACE SENSOR
CV — TSTAT
3
EXPANSION
BOARD
BASE
BOARD
ONLY
4
FIELD
TEST
ON
FIELD
TEST
OFF
5
VAV — OCCUPIED
HEAT ENABLED.
6
TIME GUARD
OVERRIDE ON.
7
GAS
HEAT
8
HEAT PUMP
OPERATION
CV — MODULATED
POWER EXHAUST
VAV — OCCUPIED
HEAT DISABLED.
SET MIN. DAMPER
ON
TIME GUARD
OVERRIDE OFF
ELECTRIC
HEAT
AIR
CONDITIONER
OPERATION
CV —
NON-MODULATED
POWER EXHAUST
SET MIN. DAMPER
OFF
NOTE: The OPEN side of the DIP switch is marked ‘‘OPEN.’’ When the rocker switch is down on the
‘‘OPEN’’ side of the switch, the switch is open. When the rocker is up on the ‘‘OPEN’’ side of the DIP
switch, the switch is closed. If DIP switch no. 8 is open, DIP switch no. 7 is ignored since heat pump
units utilize electric heat.
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NOTE: Conductors and drain wire must be 20 AWG minimum stranded, tinned copper. Individual conductors must be
insulated with PVC, PVC/nylon, vinyl, Teflon, or polyethylene. An aluminum/polyester 100% foil shield and an outer
jacket of PVC, PVC/nylon, chrome vinyl, or Teflon with a
minimum operating temperature range of −20 C to 60 C is
required. Table 52 lists cables that meet the requirements.
Cables should be connected using a color coding system. See
Table 53. If a cable with a different color scheme is selected,
a similar color code should be adopted for the entire
network.
INSTALLATION
Control Wiring — See unit wiring diagram for connections to main control box. The recommended types of control wiring for the 48/50EJ,EK,EW,EY and 50EJQ,EWQ unit
devices are shown in Table 51.
Table 51 — Wire Recommendations
MANUFACTURER
Alpha
American
Belden
Columbia
Manhattan
Quabik
PART NO.
Regular Wiring
Plenum Wiring
1895
—
A21451
A48301
8205
884421
D6451
—
M13402
M64430
6130
—
IMPORTANT: When connecting the CCN communication bus to a system element, use a color coding system for the entire network to simplify installation and
checkout.
Table 52 — CCN Connection Approved
Shielded Cables
SENSORS — Sensors should be wired using single twisted
pairs of 20 AWG (American Wire Gage) conductor cable rated
for the application, except for the T-56 accessory sensor which
requires 3-conductor cable.
MANUFACTURER
Alpha
American
Belden
Columbia
IMPORTANT: THE CO2 SENSOR NEEDS TO BE
POWERED FROM AN ISOLATED 24-V POWER
SUPPLY.
Space Temperature Sensor (T-55) — Space temperature sensor wires are to be connected to terminals in the unit main
control box. A sensor should be installed for all applications.
For VAV applications, the sensor is used to control heating
and cooling during unoccupied periods. For DAV applications, the sensor is used to maintain control of the space
during linkage failures with the TSM (Terminal System
Manager).
To connect the space temperature sensor:
1. Connect one wire of the twisted pair to terminal Tl and
connect the other wire to terminal T2 on base board in
the unit control box using a 20 AWG twisted pair conductor cable rated for the application.
2. Connect the other ends of the wires to terminals T1 and
T2 on terminal block (TB-1) located on the cover of the
space temperature sensor.
NOTE: A T-55 or T-56 sensor must be connected for CV
applications to function properly.
Space Temperature Sensor (T-56) (CV Applications Only)
— To connect the space temperature sensor, make the following connections:
1. Connect one wire of a 3-wire connector to terminal
Tl, T2, and terminal T3 on base board in the unit control
box using a 20 AWG conductor cable rated for the
application.
2. Connect the other ends of the wires to terminals COM,
TH, and SW (respectively) on terminal block (TB 1) located on the cover of the space temperature sensor.
CABLE PART NO.
2413 or 5463
A22503
8772
02525
Table 53 — Color Code Recommendations
SIGNAL
TYPE
+
GROUND
−
CCN BUS CONDUCTOR
INSULATION COLOR
RED
WHITE
BLACK
CCN PLUG
PIN NO.
1
2
3
At each system element, the shields of its communication
bus cables must be tied together. If the communication bus
is entirely within one building, the resulting continuous shield
must be connected to a ground at one point only. If the communication bus cable exits from one building and enters another, the shields must be connected to grounds at the lightning suppresser in each building where the cable enters or
exits the building (one point per building only).
To connect the unit to the network:
1. Turn off power to the control box.
2. Cut the CCN wire and strip the ends of the red (+), white
(ground) and black (−) conductors. (If a different
network color scheme is used, substitute appropriate
colors.)
3. Use a 3-pin male plug to plug into the base module in the
main control box, and connect the wires as follows:
a. Insert and secure the red (+) wire to terminal 1 of the
3-pin plug.
b. Insert and secure the white (ground) wire to terminal
2 of the 3-pin plug.
c. Insert and secure the black (−) wire to terminal 3 of
the 3-pin plug.
4. Insert the plug into the existing 3-pin mating connector
on the base module in the main control box.
Carrier Comfort Network Interface — The units
can be connected to the CCN if desired. The communication
bus wiring is supplied and installed in the field. It consists
of shielded, 3-conductor cable with drain wire.
The system elements are connected to the communication
bus in a daisy chain arrangement. The positive pin of each
system element communication connector must be wired to
the positive pins of the system element on either side of it,
the negative pins must be wired to the negative pins, and the
signal pins must be wired to signal ground pins. Wiring connections for CCN should be made at the 3-pin plug (CCN)
located at the base board. Consult CCN Contractor’s Manual
for further information.
IMPORTANT: A shorted CCN bus cable will prevent
some routines from running and may prevent unit from
starting. If abnormal conditions occur, unplug the connector. If conditions return to normal, check CCN connector, and run new cable if necessary. A short in one
section of the bus can cause problems with all system
elements on the bus.
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RJ11 PLUG WIRING — Units on the CCN can be monitored from the space at the sensor through the RJ11 connector, if desired. To wire the RJ11 connector into the CCN:
PRESSURIZATION MODE — The building fire alarm system must provide a normally open dry contact closure which
energizes the Pressurization mode when activated. When the
Pressurization mode is energized, the supply-air fan will start,
the power exhaust fans will shut down, the outside-air damper
will open, and the power exhaust will be off.
This mode remains in effect as long as the input signal is
maintained at the fire system panel. An alarm is generated
from this input and sent to the Building Supervisor device.
In order for this mode to be initiated, the input signal must
be maintained for no less than 2 seconds.
SMOKE PURGE MODE — The building fire alarm system
must provide a normally open dry contact closure which energizes the Smoke Purge mode when activated.
When the Smoke Purge mode is energized, the supply and
power exhaust fans will start, the outdoor-air damper will
open, and the return-air damper will close.
This mode remains in effect as long as the input signal is
maintained at the arm is generated from this input and sent
to the Building fire system panel. An alarm is generated from
this input and sent to the Building Supervisor device. In order for this mode to be initiated, the input signal must be
maintained for no less than 2 seconds.
IMPORTANT: The cable selected for the RJ11 connector wiring MUST be identical to the CCN communication bus wire used for the entire network. Refer to
Table 52 for acceptable wiring.
1. Cut the CCN wire and strip ends of the red (+), white
(ground), and black (−) conductors. (If another wire color
scheme is used, strip ends of appropriate wires.)
2. Insert and secure the red (+) wire to pin J2 of the space
temperature sensor terminal block (TB1).
3. Insert and secure the white (ground) wire to pin J3 of the
space temperature sensor TB1.
4. Insert and secure the black (−) wire to pin J5 of the space
temperature sensor TB1.
5. Connect the other end of the communication bus cable to
the remainder of the CCN communication bus at the CCN
plug located on base module in the unit main control box.
NOTE: The Base Module Address is BUS 0 (Zero),
ELEMENT 1 (One).
Remote On/Off Control — The Remote ON/OFF con-
Optional Smoke Control — When the unit is equipped
with an optional smoke control and a fire system is installed,
4 modes are provided to control smoke within areas serviced
by the rooftop unit. Each mode must be energized individually from the approved building fire alarm system, and the
corresponding alarm is then generated at the base module
LED (light-emitting diode) and/or Building Supervisor.
trol is used in applications where it is necessary to start the
unit from a remote clock or switch. The Remote ON/OFF
control can only stop a unit in the Unoccupied mode. It cannot stop a unit in the Occupied mode. If there is an occupancy schedule, a remote ON signal will put the board into
occupancy if it is in the Unoccupied mode.
The Remote ON/OFF control is wired with a contact closure between terminal R and Y1 on TB-3 (Version 1.0 software) or between R and W1 on TB-3 (Version 2.0 and 3.0
software).
IMPORTANT: The unit MUST be equipped with a factory installed economizer, the optional expansion module, and the optional factory-installed power exhaust
to provide smoke control capabilities.
Variable Frequency Drive — The variable fre-
The building fire alarm system must provide 4 normally
open dry contact closures. These contacts must be wired between T21 - T25 (Fire Shutdown), T22 - T25 (Fire Pressurization), T23 - T25 (Fire Evacuation) and T24 - T25 (Fire
Smoke Purge) on the expansion module. Refer to the unit
wiring diagram for the corresponding connection points.
quency drives for the units are factory set. These settings
include factory-installed jumpers and software configurations. The exception is the duct static pressure set point. The
duct static pressure set point should be field-configured depending on the application. The factory setting is 30.
These instructions are for Carrier Part No. HK30AA001
through 021 variable frequency drives. An Operation
Manual is shipped with each VAV unit. This manual should
be used if the drive needs to be customized for a particular
application.
Prior to unit serial number 0897F, all VAV units were built
with a duct pressure transducer with a 2 to 10 vdc signal
feedback to the variable frequency drive. Starting with serial
number 0897F all units from the factory were equipped with
a transducer with a 4 to 20 mA signal. A 4 to 20 milliamp
signal is more reliable than a 2 to 10 vdc signal.
This improvement results in a change to the wiring of the
variable frequency drive on the terminal strip within the drive.
See Fig. 6 and 7. Also, on the VFD printed circuit board, the
JP1 jumper should be set to ‘‘V’’ for a 2 to 10 vdc transducer
and ‘‘I’’ for a 4 to 20 mA transducer. See Fig. 8.
FIRE SHUTDOWN MODE — The fire alarm system must
provide a normally open dry contact closure which energizes the Fire Shutdown mode when activated. When the Fire
Shutdown mode is energized, the unit shuts down.
This mode remains in effect as long as the input signal is
maintained at the fire system panel. An alarm is generated
from this input and sent to the Building Supervisor device.
In order for this mode to be initiated, the input signal must
be maintained for no less than 2 seconds.
EVACUATION MODE — The building fire alarm system
must provide a normally open dry contact closure which energizes the Evacuation mode when activated. When the Evacuation mode is energized, the supply-air fan will shut down,
power exhaust fans will start, the outside-air damper will open,
and the return-air damper will close.
This mode remains in effect for as long as the input signal
is maintained at the fire system panel. An alarm is generated
from this input and sent to the Building Supervisor device.
In order for this mode to be initiated, the input signal must
be maintained for no less than 2 seconds.
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Table 54 — Variable Frequency Drive Set Points
(2 to 10 vdc Signal)
Resistor
(SS2) (SS3)
FLA FLB FLC P24 RCH LOW FM AM
PP RR
DP
IV
CC
ST
F
R
D P
CC SS1 JOG AD2 RST CC
VFD SET POINT FOR SUPPLY-AIR PRESSURE
Pressure (in. wg)
Voltage (DC)
VFD Set Point, Sr1 (Hz)
0
2
0.0
.25
2.4
3.0
.50
2.8
6.0
.75
3.2
9.0
1.00
3.6
12.0
1.25
4
15.0
1.50
4.4
18.0
1.75
4.8
21.0
2.00
5.2
24.0
2.25
5.6
27.0
2.50
6
30.0
2.75
6.4
33.0
3.00
6.8
36.0
3.25
7.2
39.0
3.50
7.6
42.0
JUMPERS
Fig. 6 — Variable Frequency Drive Wiring
(2 to 10 vdc Signal)
(SS2) (SS3)
FLA FLB FLC P24 RCH LOW FM AM
PP RR
IV CC
+
ST
F
R
DP D P
CC SS1 JOG AD2 RST CC
JUMPERS
Fig. 7 — Variable Frequency Drive Wiring
(4 to 20 mA Signal)
O
V
Table 55 — Variable Frequency Drive Set Points
(4 to 20 mA Signal)
5V
VFD SET POINTS FOR AIR PRESSURE
Pressure (in. wg)
Control mA
VFD
0
4.0
.25
4.8
.5
5.6
.75
6.4
1.00
7.2
1.25
8.0
1.50
8.8
1.75
9.6
2.00
10.4
2.25
11.2
2.50
12.0
2.75
12.8
3.00
13.6
3.25
14.4
3.50
15.2
JP2
V
I
JP1
Fig. 8 — Variable Frequency Drive
Printed Circuit Board Jumper Wiring
The only VFD adjustment that may need to be made at
installation is the supply duct static set point. The factory
duct static default value is 30 Hz (Sr1) which is equivalent
to 2.5 in. wg. The duct transducer has a range from 0 to
5 in. wg. The transducer output is 2 to 10 vdc or 4 to 20 mA,
therefore, 0 to 5 in. wg is proportional to the 2 to 10 vdc and
4 to 20 mA signal and must be expressed to the VFD in terms
of percentage of the frequency range. Tables 54 and 55 show
duct static pressure and transducer output voltage determined by the VFD set point. The set point value (Sr1) is the
frequency that is equivalent to the duct static pressure. Locate the duct static pressure closest to that desired and use
the corresponding set point value. If necessary, interpolation
between duct static pressures is permissible.
Set Point
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
33
36
39
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2. Remove the jumper between CC and ST on the terminal
strip of the VFD (see Fig. 6 and 7).
3. Close the indoor fan circuit breaker and energize the
indoor-fan contactor. The VFD now is powered but the
fan will not operate.
4. On the front of the VFD is a keypad and display which
will be used to enter the set point. To access this field,
press PRG key. Press the PRG key until the display reads
S.PrG, (The Speed Group Parameters), then press the
ARROW key until the display reads Sr1 (VFD duct pressure set point).
5. Press the READ/WRITE key, and the set point value
will be displayed (the default is 30). Use the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW key to adjust the set point
value to the value desired.
To set the VFD, the VFD be powered, however, since it
is located near the indoor-air fan, operation of the fan is not
desirable and could cause injury. To disable the fan the following procedure should be followed:
1. Open the indoor fan circuit breaker.
A high voltage potential can exist with the indoor fan
circuit breaker open. The charge LED, located in the
top right hand corner of the inverter control board, indicates charged capacitors. DO NOT TOUCH internal
high voltage parts if lit.
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adjacent to the supply static transducer behind the filter access panel. The modules are mounted on a DIN rail just below the unit control board. The left module is the R353, and
the right four are S353 modules for stages 1 through 4. On
the unit wiring label, the R353 is designated PESC, and the
S353 modules are designated PES1 through PES4.
The building pressure transducer range is −0.5 to
+0.5 in. wg. The transducer is powered by a 0 to 10 vdc
signal. A factory installed hose at the 9Lo9 connection leads
to atmosphere, and a field supplied hose must be connected
to the ‘‘Hi’’ connection and led into the building to a point
where building pressure is to be controlled. There is a plug
button in the bulkhead just above the transducers, for use in
leading the hoses into the building via the return-air path.
There are 3 adjustments at the R353 module, all of which
have been factory set. In the center of the circuit board is a
set of 4 pins with a jumper, labeled J2. This determines the
mode of operation. The bottom 2 pins must be jumpered for
direct operation. Direct operation means that the staging modules are activated in sequence as the input signal increases.
At the upper right corner of the board is a set of 5 pins and
jumpers, which determines the time constant for the control.
The time constant is simply the delay in response built into
the controls. The jumper should be on the middle or bottom
2 pins, for the maximum time constant. The delay can be
decreased, if desired, by moving the jumper progressively
upward, always jumpering adjacent pins.
At the lower left corner of the board below the terminal
strip is a resistor marked R27. This must be removed in order to obtain the 0 to 10 vdc signal output. There will not be
a resistor on a factory-supplied module, but it may be there
on a replacement, and must be removed.
The R353 module has a 7-terminal block for wiring. The
2 right-hand terminals are for the 24 vac and common connections, and the next 2 terminals are for the 0 to 10 vdc
signal. Consult the wiring label for wire identification if replacing the module. The 3 left-hand terminals are not used
for this application.
The S353 module has an LED, a set of 4 jumper pins, and
2 potentiometers. The LED will light whenever the module
is activated, providing a visual indication of the number of
exhaust fans running. The jumper pins are arranged in a square
format, and 2 jumpers are used to determine the mode of
operation (direct or reverse). The 2 jumpers must be arranged horizontally for direct action, factory set.
At the top of the module are 2 potentiometers; the left one
is for adjusting offset, and the right one is for adjusting
differential. These are factory set for a nominal 0 in. wg
building pressure.
The Offset variable is the set point for each stage. Offset
is defined as the point at which a module turns off a fan, and
is measured in terms of percent of the input signal. For control purposes, 0 offset is at an arbitrary ‘‘floor’’ which is established at 10% of the input signal, or 1 vdc. In this example,
the first stage will turn off at 30% (3 vdc), and the offset
potentiometer will be set at 20%. The second stage will turn
off at 50% signal (5 vdc), and the offset potentiometer will
be set at 40%. The fourth stage is at the maximum 75% offset, which equates to 85% signal or 8.5 vdc. The offset potentiometer is calibrated in 10% increments. Table 56 relates
building pressure to signal level.
If the building pressure is controlled at 0 in. wg, offset of
the first stage should be set at 50%, which equates to 60%
of the input signal, or 6 vdc. The other stages can then be set
as desired between 50% and 75%. The default offset set points
for modulating power exhaust are shown in Tables 57A and
57B.
6. Press the READ/WRITE key again to enter the new value.
7. At this point a check can also be made of the factory
default values.
NOTE: These values apply to 208-230 and 460 volts
only.
To configure the VFD operation more closely to a VAV
unit, the following default values have been programmed
into the VFD. These values can be accessed through the
PRG, READ/WRITE, and ARROW keys.
JUMP FREQUENCY GROUP: Item 7, PID set point
control select. The factory setting is 1. Item 8, Proportional gain. The factory setting is 100. Item 9, Integral
gain. The factory setting is 50.
SPEED GROUP PARAMETERS: Item 2, Multi-speed
run frequency no. 1. The factory setting is 30. Item 8,
Fire speed override frequency (Sr7). The factory setting
is 60.
PATTERN FREQUENCY GROUP PARAMETERS:
Item 1, Forward/Reverse rotation select. There is a factory installed jumper shown between terminal ‘‘R’’ and
‘‘CC’’ shown in Fig. 6 and 7. With the jumper in place,
the factory setting is 0 (zero). Item 2, priority of RR
terminal input, the factory setting is 1. (2 to 10 vdc transducer, RR terminal inputs ‘‘ON’’) for units with starting
serial numbers 0797F and earlier. Effective with starting
serial number 0897F and later, the factory setting is 0
(4 to 20 mA transducer, IV terminal input ‘‘ON’’).
8. Open the indoor fan circuit breaker.
9. Add the jumper between CC and ST on the terminal strip
of the VFD.
10. Close the indoor fan circuit breaker, the VFD now is
powered and the fan will operate.
Power Exhaust
VERSION 1.0 AND 2.0 SOFTWARE — Non-modulating
power exhaust is compatible only with CV units. Variable
Air Volume units require modulating power exhaust since
the control board outputs only one signal to enable the modulating power exhaust controllers. A CV unit is compatible
with both the non-modulating power exhaust and the modulating power exhaust.
VERSION 3.0 AND HIGHER SOFTWARE — Nonmodulating power exhaust is compatible with both CV and
VAV units. Both CV and VAV units are compatible with the
non-modulating power exhaust and the modulating power
exhaust. Heat pump units are also compatible with both nonmodulating and modulating power exhaust.
ALL VERSIONS OF SOFTWARE — Non-modulating power
exhaust is simply a two-stage design where the operation of
the exhaust fans is keyed to economizer position. When the
supply fan is running and the economizer is 25% open, the
base module closes contacts activating 2 exhaust fans. When
the economizer position reaches 75% open, the base module
activates the remaining 2 exhaust fans. The fans will turn off
when the economizer closes below the same points. The economizer position set points that trigger the exhaust fans can be
modified, but only through use of the Service Tool or Building Supervisor software. If single-stage operation is desired,
simply adjust the economizer set points to identical values
to activate the exhaust fans.
Modulating power exhaust is controlled by a modular electronic sequencer system. This system consists of a model
R353 signal input module and four model S353 staging
modules. The signal input module receives a 0 to 10 vdc
signal from the building pressure transducer, which is mounted
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Table 56 — Building Pressure Potentiometer Signal
Differential is the difference between the turn off point and
the turn on point for each module. Differential is calibrated
in terms of percent of input signal, and has a range of 1% to
7%. The differential potentiometer is calibrated in 1% increments, and is factory set at approximately 3%. To minimize cycling of the fans do not change this setting.
The offset and differential potentiometers have been factory set for a atmospheric pressure. It is recommended that
these settings not be changed until there is some experience
with the building, because in most cases they will be satisfactory. However, if the building pressure is not being maintained as desired, then some minor adjusting on a trial and
error basis can be made.
BUILDING PRESSURE
-.5 in. wg
-.25 in. wg
0 in. wg
.25 in. wg
.5 in. wg
VDC
2
4
6
8
10
Table 57A — Sequencer Default Values (Size 034-048 Units)
STAGE
OFFSET
DIFF.
1
2
3
4
50%
55%
60%
64%
3%
3%
3%
3%
VOLTAGE
OFF
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.4
ON
6.3
6.8
7.3
7.7
STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
OFF
ON
0.00
0.04
0.06
0.10
0.12
0.16
0.18
0.22
Table 57B — Sequencer Default Values (Size 054-068 Units)
STAGE
OFFSET
DIFF.
1
2
3
4
5
6
50%
55%
60%
65%
70%
75%
3%
3%
3%
3%
3%
3%
VOLTAGE
OFF
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
ON
6.3
6.8
7.3
7.8
8.3
8.8
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STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
OFF
ON
0.00
0.04
0.06
0.10
0.13
0.16
0.19
0.23
0.25
0.29
0.31
0.35
the cause of the shutdown. If the unit, circuit, or compressor
stops more than once as a result of a safety device, determine and correct the cause before attempting to start the unit
again.
After the cause of the shutdown has been corrected, unit
restart may be automatic or manual depending upon the fault.
A manual reset requires the power to be removed from the
unit. All of the fault conditions are described in the Alarm
Codes And Problem Identification section.
TROUBLESHOOTING
By using the Building Supervisor, Service Tool or
ComfortWorks™ software, actual operating conditions of the
unit are displayed in DXCOOL, STATUS01, STATUS02,
CVSTAT, SUBREF and MODES tables while the unit is running. The SERVICE, SETPOINT, ECONCTRL and CONFIG tables display configurable items. If an operating fault
is detected, an alarm is generated and is displayed in ALARMLOG along with blinking red LED flashing the appropriate
alarm code. Up to 5 current alarm codes are stored under
this subfunction. In the ALARMLITE table a selection can
be made which will initiate the alarm light. The SWITCH
table will indicate the position of the DIP switches, however, the DIP switches cannot be changed through software.
The LINKDEFM table indicates the linkage with DAV (Digital Air Volume). The SERVHIST will display the compressor starts and run time and indoor fan starts and run time.
The BROADEFS will display broadcast information. The
ALARMDEF defines where alarms will be broadcast (for
example to a Building supervisor, Autodial Gateway, or printer).
If the unit is running, compare the control set point with
current temperature. If reset is in effect, the values may be
different because machine is operating to the modified leaving air set point. Check the programming of schedule function to see if occupied or unoccupied set point should be in
effect.
NOTE: With the DDC control there is no standby mode.
Alarm Codes and Problem Identification — The
unit controls have many features to aid service personnel in
troubleshooting. If an operating fault is detected an alarm is
generated and an alarm code is broadcast. A red LED on the
base board will signal the alarm(s) by emitting a number of
flashes. Multiple alarms can be annunciated through the LED.
The alarm code can also be accessed through the Building
Supervisor, Service Tool, or ComfortWorks software. Alarms
are shown in Table 58. Alerts are shown in Table 59. Smoke
Control alarms are shown in Table 60.
During normal operation, the red LED will pulsate (blink)
slowly and continuously.
If an operating fault is detected, an alarm is generated and
an alarm code(s) is displayed in the ALARMLOG table. All
current alarms are stored in this subfunction.
ALARM CODE HF_03 (Space Thermistor Failure) — The
Space Thermistor Failure alarm does not apply to a unit configured for and connected to a room thermostat. If the temperature measured by this thermistor is outside the range of
−10 to 245 F (−23 to 118 C), unoccupied free cooling, unoccupied heating, CV economizer, CV cooling, CV heating,
space temperature reset, temperature compensated start, and
IAQ space temperature override are disabled. Reset of this
alarm is automatic once the problem is corrected. The cause
of the alarm is usually a bad thermistor, a wiring error, or a
loose connection.
ALARM CODE HF_05 (Supply-Air Thermistor Failure) —
If the temperature measured by the supply-air thermistor is
outside the range of −40 to 245 F (−40 to 118 C), heating,
cooling, and economizer use are disabled. Reset of this alarm
is automatic once the problem is corrected. Start-up follows
the normal sequence. The cause of the alarm is usually a bad
thermistor, a shorted or open thermistor caused by a wiring
error, or a loose connection.
ALARM CODE HF_10 (Outdoor-Air Thermistor Failure)
— If the temperature measured by the outdoor-air thermistor is outside the range of −40 to 245 F (−40 to 118 C),
unoccupied free cooling, IAQ pre-occupancy purge, economizer, and low ambient DX cooling lockout will be disabled. Reset of this alarm is automatic once the problem is
corrected. Start-up follows the normal sequence. The cause
of the alarm is usually a bad thermistor, a shorted or open
thermistor caused by a wiring error, or a loose connection.
ALARM CODE HF_12 (Return-Air Thermistor Failure) −
If the temperature measured by the return-air thermistor is
outside the range of −40 to 245 F (−40 to 118 C), the cooling
capacity algorithm will use a default of 8° F per stage drop.
VAV economizer algorithm will use SPT. Variable air volume heating will be disabled. Reset of this alarm is automatic once the problem is corrected. Start-up follows the normal
sequence. The cause of the alarm is usually a bad thermistor,
a shorted or open thermistor caused by a wiring error, or a
loose connection.
ALARM CODES HF_13 AND HF_14 (Compressor Safety)
— Alarm code HF_13 is sent due to a fault on compressor
no. l and alarm code HF_14 is sent on a fault on compressor
no. 2. If the control relay(s) (CR1 and CR2) fails or a compressor safety circuit switch opens during the operation of
the compressor, the microprocessor detects this fault, stops
the compressor, signals the alarm, and deenergizes the compressor circuit. Reset is automatic after 15 minutes. If
Complete Unit Stoppage (Software Version 1.0
Only) — The unit can be shut down by opening DIP switch
no. 8. The DIP switch is a signal to the control to look for
information that the factory normally provides, therefore, it
terminates ALL operation. There is a 60-minute timing function built into the DIP switch. After the 60-minute timeframe, the unit returns to normal operation. If the DIP switch
is accidentally left open, there will be a 60-minute delay with
EACH POWER INTERRUPTION.
If the unit is off, there are several conditions that can cause
this situation to occur:
• DIP switches configured incorrectly.
• Cooling/heating load satisfied.
• Programmed schedule.
• General power failure.
• Blown fuse in the control power feed.
• Open control circuit fuse.
• DIP switch no. 8 is open (Version 1.0 software).
• Operation of the unit blocked by the demand limit
function.
• Unit is turned off through the CCN network.
• Unit supply-air temperature (SAT) thermistor failure.
• Supply-air fan is not operating.
• High duct static pressure.
• Remote on-off circuit open (off).
• Base module board inoperative.
• Condenser air fan(s) not operating.
• Unit is in the Unoccupied mode.
Single Circuit Stoppage — If a single circuit stops,
there are several potential causes:
• Open contacts in the compressor high-pressure switch.
• Low refrigerant pressure.
• Thermistor failure.
• Compressor internal protector open.
• Unit is in economizer mode.
• DIP switches configured incorrectly.
• Unit supply-air temperature thermistor (SAT) failure.
• Compressor circuit breaker trip.
• Operation of the circuit blocked by the demand limit
function.
Stoppage Restart Procedure — Before attempting
to restart the unit, check the alarms and alerts to determine
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reset automatically when the communication is restored.
The outputs will turn on normally after the alarm condition
has been reset. The probable cause for this condition is a
faulty or improperly connected plug, a wiring error, or a faulty
module.
ALARM CODE SE_14 (Indoor-Air Quality Sensor Failure)
— This alarm is valid only when the expansion board is used,
the IAQ alarm option is enabled, and the unit is equipped
with field-supplied IAQ sensors. The alarm is generated when
the IAQ sensor is reading less than one volt. The reset method
is automatic and the alarm is cleared when the sensor reads
at least 1.5 volts.
ALARM CODE SE_15 (Linkage Failure — DAV System
Only) — A linkage failure alarm is generated when the linkage has stopped updating the TSM linkage tables within the
last 5 minutes.
NOTE: This alarm can only be generated after linkage has
updated the table at least one time since initialization.
The unit controls enter the linkage default mode if the linkage is enabled, but the communications link has been lost.
With the controls having reverted back to stand-alone operation, the existing sensors, previously overridden by linkage, will be used. This may be caused by a loose connection
or a broken wire. Reset of this alarm is automatic once the
problem is corrected.
ALARM CODES SE_16 to SH_19 (Fire Shutdown, Smoke
Purge, Evacuation, Pressurization) — When the unit is equipped
with an optional smoke control and a fire system is installed,
these 4 modes are provided to control smoke within areas
serviced by the unit. The unit must be equipped with an economizer, power exhaust, and the expansion module to support
these modes. The building fire alarm system closes field supplied, normally open, dry contacts connected to the expansion module to activate the alarms. Reset of this alarm is
automatic once the problem is corrected.
ALARM CODE SE_20 (Outdoor-Air Quality Sensor Failure) — This alarm is valid only when the expansion board
is used, the OAQ alarm option is enabled, and the unit is
equipped with field-supplied OAQ sensors. The alarm is generated when the OAQ sensor is reading less than one volt.
The reset method is automatic and the alarm is cleared when
the sensor reads at least 1.5 volts.
ALARM CODE SE_21 (Supply-Air Thermistor Reset Failure) — This alarm is valid only when enabled. This alarm is
generated when the supply-air temperature sensor is reading
less than one volt. The reset method is automatic and the
alarm is cleared when the sensor reads at least 1.0 volts. The
cause of the alarm is usually a bad thermistor, a wiring error,
or a loose connection.
ALARM CODE SE_22 (STO Sensor Failure) — This alarm
is valid only when enabled. This alarm is generated when
the STO sensor is open or shorted for greater than 5 seconds.
Reset of this alarm is automatic once the problem is corrected. The cause of the alarm is usually a bad thermistor, a
wiring error, or a loose connection.
DATA STORAGE ERRORS — The control will also detect
data storage failures in Non-Volatile RAM, and generate Storage Failure (SF) alarms as they occur. When storage failure
occurs, the following logic will take place. If ‘‘good’’ value
of the failed configuration/service parameter is available in
RAM, it will be used until the next power-up, at which time
the parameter will be loaded with its default value. In case
of a Storage Failure occurring before RAM has been updated, the default value will be loaded immediately. The storage failure alarms will be enunciated on CCN only. The alarm
light or LED blinks are not used. Table 61 shows a complete
list of storage failure codes.
A controls troubleshooting table is provided for use in servicing the unit. See Table 62.
this fault occurs 3 times within 90 minutes, the compressor
will be locked out and manual reset will be required. To reset, interrupt power to the control board. The possible causes
are:
1. High-pressure switch open. The high pressure switch is
wired in series with the control relay that energizes the
safety circuit. If the high-pressure switch opens during
compressor operation, the compressor stops, and the stop
is detected by the control board. The high pressure switch
will not lock out during the first 5 minutes of operation.
2. Low-pressure switch open. The low pressure switch is wired
in series with the control relay that energizes the safety
circuit. If the low-pressure switch opens during compressor operation, the compressor stops, and the stop is detected by the control board. The board ignores the low
pressure switch during the first 5 minutes of operation to
prevent nuisance stops if low ambient operation is
required.
3. Internal compressor protector open. The internal compressor protector is used on 06D model compressor. The
internal protector switch is wired in series with the control relay that energizes the safety circuit. If the internal
protector switch opens during compressor operation, the
compressor stops, and the stop is detected by the control
board.
4. Freeze protection thermostat open. The freeze protection
thermostat switch is wired in series with the control relay
that energizes the safety circuit. If the freeze protection
thermostat switch opens during compressor operation, the
compressor stops, and the stop is detected by the control
board.
5. Wiring error. A wiring error in the control safety circuit
will cause the modules to malfunction, and an error will
be indicated.
Start the compressor. If the compressor starts, verify that
all stages of condenser fans are operational. Observe compressor operation to verify that compressor is working and
condenser fans are energized after compressor starts.
ALARM CODE HF_15 (Thermostat Failure) — This alarm
does not apply to a unit configured for and connected to a
space thermistor. If the thermostat is calling for heating and
cooling at the same time, the unit will operate on a ‘‘first
come first served’’ basis and an alarm will be generated. An
alarm will also generate if stage 2 heating or cooling is called
for before stage 1. Reset of this alarm is automatic once the
problem is corrected. The cause of the alarm is usually a bad
thermostat, a wiring error, or a loose connection.
ALARM CODE HF_16 (Control Board Failure) — This alarm
is generated with a faulty module. All outputs are turned off.
The module must be replaced.
If the analog to digital converter fails, the control board
will appear to operate correctly, however all set points will
revert back to default values in the event of a power failure.
The module must be replaced.
ALARM CODE HF_17 (Expansion I/O Board Failure) —
This alarm is generated with a faulty module. If this is a
result of an analog to digital conversion, all outputs are turned
off and the unit shuts down. If this is a result of the nonvolatile RAM unable to read the set points, it will appear to
operate normally, however, in the event of a power failure,
the device will operate to the default values upon resumption of power. The module must be replaced.
ALARM CODE HF_18 (Timeclock Failure) — This alarm
is not used with CV units configured for and connected to a
thermostat. The alarm is generated when clock data is out of
range, or if the time does not advance. All outputs are turned
off. Reset is automatic.
ALARM CODE SE_05 (Loss of Communications with Expansion Board) — If communication is lost with the expansion board all algorithms involving the expansion board will
be bypassed, and an alarm will be generated. This alarm will
31
Table 58 — Unit Alarms
CODE
DESCRIPTION
HF_03 SPT Thermistor Failure
LED
BLINKS
7
RESET
METHOD
Automatic
HF_05 SAT Thermistor Failure
5
Automatic
HF_10 OAT Thermistor Failure
6
HF_12 RAT Thermistor Failure
8
HF_13 Compressor no. 1 Safety
2
HF_14 Compressor no. 2 Safety
3
HF_15 Thermostat Failure
4
HF_16 Control Board Failure:
Non volatile RAM
Analog to digital conversion
HF_17 Expansion I/O Board Failure:
Non volatile RAM
HF_18 Timeclock Failure
10
10
11
ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
Disables unoccuped cooling,
unoccupied heating, CV economizer, CV cooling, CV heating,
space temp reset, temp comp.
start, IAQ space temp override,
NTFC.
Heating, cooling, and economizer
disabled.
Automatic
9
Automatic
None
Automatic
SE_15 DAV Linkage Failure
None
Automatic
Unit returns to stand alone
position.
SE_16 Fire Shutdown
SE_17 Smoke Purge
None
None
Automatic
Automatic
Unit shuts down.
Initializes smoke purge mode.
SE_18 Evacuation
None
Automatic
Initializes evacuation mode.
SE_19 Pressurization
None
Automatic
Initializes pressurization mode.
SE_20 Outdoor AQ Sensor Failure
(when enabled)
None
Automatic
Alarm generated.
SE_21 SAT Reset Sensor Failure
(when enabled)
SE_22 STO Sensor Failure (when
enabled)
None
Automatic
Alarm generated when enabled.
None
Automatic
Alarm generated when enabled.
Alarm generated. CCN units
only, not thermostat.
Algorithms in expansion board
are bypassed.
Alarm generated
LEGEND
AQ
CCN
CV
DAV
HF
IAQ
LPS
NTFC
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Air Quality
Carrier Comfort Network
Constant Volume
Digital Air Volume
Hardware Failure
Indoor-Air Quality
Low-Pressure Switch
Nighttime Free Cool
OAT
RAM
RAT
SAT
SE
SPT
STO
VAV
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Bad thermistor, wiring error, or loose
connection. Not used with thermostat.
Bad, shorted, or open thermistor
caused by a wiring error or loose
connection.
Automatic NTFC, IAQ purge, economizer,
Bad, shorted, or open thermistor
low ambient DX cooling locked
caused by a wiring error or loose
out disabled.
connection.
Automatic VAV heating disabled.
Bad, shorted, or open thermistor
caused by a wiring error or loose
connection.
Automatic Cooling disabled. Automatic reset High or low pressure switch open. Wirand Manual after 15 min. Manual if repeated
ing error. Internal protector open. LPS
3 times in 90 min.
ignored during first 5 minutes of
operation.
Automatic Cooling disabled. Automatic reset High or low pressure switch open. Wirand Manual after 15 min. Manual if repeated
ing error. Internal protector open. LPS
3 times in 90 min.
ignored during first 5 minutes of
operation.
Automatic Alarm generated.
Simultaneous call for heat and cool.
Call for 2nd stage heat/cool before
1st stage heat/cool.
None
(May seem as normal op.)
Point(s)in RAM not readable.
Control uses default values.
None
All outputs turned off.
Faulty module.
None
All outputs turned off.
Faulty module.
None
SE_05 Communications Loss w/
Expansion Board
SE_14 IAQ Sensor Failure (when
enabled)
PROBABLE CAUSE
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Random Access Memory
Return-Air Temperature
Supply-Air Temperature
System Error
Space Temperature
Space Temperature Offset
Variable Air Volume
32
Clock data out of range or time does
not advance.
Faulty or improperly connected plug,
faulty expansion module, or wiring error.
Bad, shorted, or open thermistor
caused by a wiring error or loose
connection.
Faulty or improperly connected plug,
faulty Terminal System Manager, or
wiring error.
Fire Alarm tripped.
Purge alarm tripped. Outdoor air is
being supplied and indoor air is exhausted.
Smoke alarm tripped. Power exhaust
clear smoke from space.
Pressurization alarm tripped. Space being over-pressurized to prevent smoke
from entering zones.
Bad, shorted, or open thermistor
caused by a wiring error or loose
connection.
Bad thermistor, wiring error, or loose
connection. Not used with thermostat.
Bad thermistor, wiring error, or loose
connection. Not used with thermostat.
Table 59 — Unit Alerts
CODE
DESCRIPTION
LED
BLINKS
None
RESET
METHOD
N/A
ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
Alert generated
SE_06
Indoor Fan Status
SE_09
Dirty Filter
None
N/A
Alert generated
SE_10
IAQ High Limit Exceeded
None
N/A
Alert generated
PROBABLE CAUSE
Fan status switch failure, tubing not properly connected,
or fan status switch set incorrectly. Indoor-fan motor or
belt failure. Indoor fan contactor failure.
Filter status switch failure, tubing not properly connected, or filter status switch set incorrectly. Dirty filters.
IAQ is greater than the IAQ high limit.
LEGEND
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
Table 60 — Fire/Smoke Mode Details
MODE
Display Code (mode)
Power Exhaust
Supply-Air Fan
Outside Air Damper
Variable Frequency Drive
Gas or Electric Heat
PRESSURIZATION
SE_19
Off
On
Open
On
Off
EVACUATION
SE_18
On
Off
Open
Off
Off
SMOKE PURGE
SE_17
On
On
Open
On
Off
FIRE SHUTDOWN
SE_16
Off
Off
Close
Off
Off
Table 61 — Data Storage Failure Alarms
CODE
SF_01
SF_02
SF_03
SF_04
SF_05
SF_06
SF_07
SF_08
SF_09
SF_10
SF_11
SF_12
SF_13
SF_14
SF_15
SF_16
SF_17
SF_18
SF_19
SF_20
SF_21
SF_22
SF_23
SF_24
SF_25
SF_26
SF_27
SF_28
SF_29
SF_30
SF_31
SF_32
SF_33
SF_34
SF_35
SF_36
SF_37
SF_38
SF_39
SF_40
SF_41
SF_42
SF_43
FAILED PARAMETER
Compressor Starts
Compressor 1 Run Time
Compressor 2 Run Time
Supply Fan Run Time
IAQ Set Point
Indoor AQ Low Reference
Indoor AQ High Reference
Outdoor AQ Low Reference
Outdoor AQ High Reference
Outdoor AQ Lockout Point
IAQ High Alert Limit
STO Conversion Minimum Value
STO Conversion Maximum Value
Occupied Heat Set Point
Occupied Cool Set Point
Unoccupied Heat Set Point
Unoccupied Cool Set Point
Supply-Air Set Point
High OAT Lockout for Thermostat
Unoccupied OAT Lockout Temperature
Reset Ratio
Reset Limit
Unoccupied Heating Deadband
Unoccupied Cooling Deadband
DX Cooling Lockout Temperature
Device CCN Address
Device CCN Bus Number
IAQ Purge Duration
Loadshed Group Number
Schedule Number
Override Time Limit
K-Heat Factor
K-Cool Factor
IAQ Maximum Damper Position
Last Start Time
Last Start Time
Last Start Day
Last Start Day
Last Start Day
Last Stop Time
Last Stop Time
Last Stop Day
Last Stop Day
CCN TABLE NAME
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
n/a
n/a
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
n/a
n/a
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
SERVICE
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
SERVHIST
CODE
SF_44
SF_45
SF_46
SF_47
SF_48
SF_49
SF_50
SF_51
SF_52
SF_53
SF_54
SF_55
SF_56
SF_57
SF_58
SF_59
SF_60
SF_61
SF_62
SF_63
SF_64
SF_65
SF_66
SF_67
SF_68
SF_69
SF_70
SF_71
SF_72
SF_73
SF_74
SF_75
SF_76
SF_77
SF_78
SF_79
SF_80
SF_81
AQ
CCN
CV
DST
DX
33
—
—
—
—
—
FAILED PARAMETER
Last Stop Day
Minimum Damper Position
Low Temperature Minimum Position
High Temperature Minimum Position
CV Power Exhaust Stg1 Point
CV Power Exhaust Stg 2 Point
Alarm Routing Control
Equipment Priority
Comm. Failure Retry Time
Re-Alarm Time
Day Light Savings Time Data
Alarm System Name
Time Schedule Period 1
Time Schedule Period 2
Time Schedule Period 3
Time Schedule Period 4
Time Schedule Period 5
Time Schedule Period 6
Time Schedule Period 7
Time Schedule Period 8
Holidays (1 - 18)
Alarm Light Configuration
IAQ Priority Level
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge
Unoccupied Free Cool
Demand Limiting
Global Schedule Broadcast
Occupied Heating
Space Temperature Reset
CCN Time/Date Broadcast
Broadcast Acknowledge
DST Transition Flag
CCN OAT Broadcast
DX Cooling Lockout
Outdoor AQ Sensor Alarm
Outdoor AQ Sensor Alarm
SAT Reset Sensor Alarm
STO Sensor Alarm
LEGEND
Air Quality
IAQ —
Carrier Comfort Network OAT —
Constant Volume
SAT —
Daylight Savings Time
STO —
Direct Expansion
CCN TABLE NAME
SERVHIST
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
SETPOINT
ALARMDEF
ALARMDEF
ALARMDEF
ALARMDEF
BRODEFS
ALARMDEF
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
OCCPC01S
HOLIDEF
ALRMLITE
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
CONFIG
BRODEFS
CONFIG
CONFIG
BRODEFS
BRODEFS
n/a
BRODEFS
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
SERVICE
Indoor-Air Quality
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Supply-Air Temperature
Space Temperature Offset
Table 62 — Controls Troubleshooting
SYMPTOMS
Evaporator fan does not run.
Compressor does not run.
Condenser fans do not turn on.
Evaporator fan runs, but cooling
or heating will not operate.
Evaporator fan runs continuously
in Unoccupied mode.
Economizer does not appear to control
to the discharge air set point.
Cooling demand exists and economizer modulates,
but compression is not operating.
Unit operates normally, but displays ten flash alarm.
Controls do not seem to be operating.
PROBABLE CAUSE(S)
Circuit breaker open.
Fan contactor inoperative.
Unit in unoccupied mode.
Motor is defective.
VFD not enabled.
VFD not working.
Circuit breaker open.
Comp contactor inoperative.
Safety opened.
Compressor failed.
Economizer mode.
Contactor inoperative.
Inoperative output on board.
Circuit breaker open.
Temperature is below 65 F.
Demand limit initiated.
Demand is satisfied.
Miswired.
Remote start initiated.
Defective thermistor.
Compression cannot be initiated until
economizer damper is 90% open
(Version 1.0 & 2.0) or 100% (Ver. 3.0).
Board failure, see alarm HF_16.
DIP switch no. 8 in the factory test mode.
Unit in unoccupied mode.
SOLUTION(S)
Find cause and reset breaker.
Replace contactor.
Normal operation.
Replace motor.
Check enabling circuit.
Check VFD parameters.
Find cause and reset breaker.
Replace contactor.
Find cause and correct.
Replace compressor.
Normal operation.
Replace contactor.
Replace board.
Find cause and reset breaker.
Correct operation.
Correct error.
Remove remote start.
Replace thermistor.
Correct operation.
Replace board.
Close DIP switch no. 8
Normal operation.
LEGEND
DIP — Dual In-Line Package
VFD — Variable Frequency Drive
Table 63 — Ctlr-ID CCN PIC Device
Configuration Table
CCN DEVICE CONFIGURATION
The following are unit configuration, display, maintenance service, alarm, and set point tables. Tables 63 - 84 list
the name, description format limits and default values available through the DDC controls.
NOTE: In Tables 63 - 84 ‘‘dis’’ (disabled) is always 0 and
‘‘enb’’ (enabled) is always 1.
NAME
Device Name
Description
Software Part Number
34
CONFIGURATION
C48/50E
Standard Tier Rooftop
131127-X.Y.Z
Table 64 — CONFIG Configuration Table
NAME
URST
IAQP
IAQPURGE
IQPD
NTEN
DLEN
LSGP
SCHEDNUM
FORMAT
no/yes
hi/lo
dis/enb
xx min
dis/enb
dis/enb
xx
xx
OTL
OVR_EXT
KHEAT
KCOOL
RSEN
x hrs
x hrs
xx
xx
dis/enb
DESCRIPTION
Unit Shutdown/Restart
IAQ Priority Level
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge
IAQ Purge Duration
Night Time Free Cool
Demand Limiting
Loadshed Group Number
Schedule Number
Timed Override Limits
from Space Sensor
from CCN PC Tools
K-Heat factor
K-Cool Factor
Reset on Space Temp. (VAV)
LIMITS
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
5 to 60
0 to 1
0 to 1
1 to 16
0 to 99
DEFAULT
no
low
disabled
5
disabled
disabled
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
disabled
to
to
to
to
to
4
4
60
60
1
LEGEND
CCN — Carrier Comfort Network
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
Table 65 — ALARMDEF CCN Alarm Configuration Table
NAME
ALRM_CNT
EQP_TYPE
RETRY_TM
RE_ALARM
ALRM_NAM
FORMAT
bbbbbbbb*
x
xxx
xxx
ASCII
DESCRIPTION
Alarm Routing Control
Equipment Priority
Comm Failure Retry time
Re-Alarm Time
Alarm System Name
LIMITS
n/a
0 to 7
1 to 240
1 to 255
n/a
DEFAULT
00000000
5
10
30
C48/50E
*b is 0/1 flag.
Table 66 — BRODEFS CCN Broadcast Configuration Table
NAME
CCNBC
OATBC
GSBC
BCACK
FORMAT
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
STARTM
STARTW
STARTD
MINADD
xx
x
x
xx min
STOPM
STOPW
STOPD
MINSUB
xx
x
x
xx min
DESCRIPTION
CCN Time and Date Broadcast
CCN OAT Broadcast
Global Schedule Broadcast
Broadcast Acknowledge
Daylight Savings Start
Month
Week
Day
Minutes to Add
Daylight Savings Stop
Month
Week
Day
Minutes to Subtract
LEGEND
CCN — Carrier Comfort Network
OAT — Outdoor-Air Temperature
35
LIMITS
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
DEFAULT
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
to
to
to
to
12
5
7
60
4
1
7
60
1
1
1
0
to
to
to
to
12
5
7
60
10
5
7
60
Table 67 — STATUS01 Display Table
NAME
SPT
SAT
RAT
OAT
CLSP
CCAP
HCAP
ECOS
SFSTAT
SF
ECONPOS
IQMP
PEXE
FLTS
FAS
RMTOCC
FORMAT
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx%
xxx%
no/yes
alarm/normal
on/off
xxx%
xxx%
on/off
dirty/clean
on/off
on/off
DESCRIPTIONS
Space Temperature
Supply-Air Temperature
Return-Air Temperature
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Control Set Point
Cooling % Total Capacity
Heating % Total Capacity
Economizer Active
Supply Fan Status
Supply Fan Relay
Economizer Position
Economizer Minimum Pos.
Mod. Pwr. Exhaust enable
Filter Status
Field Applied Status
Remote Occupied Mode
LIMITS
−10 to 245
−10 to 245
−10 to 245
−40 to 245
40 to 95
0 to 100
0 to 100
—
—
—
0 to 100
0 to 100
—
—
—
—
Table 68 — STATUS02 Display Table
NAME
FORMAT
HS1
ENTH
IAQI
IAQO
ALMLIGHT
DL
EVAC
PRES
PURG
FSD
CVPE1
CVPE2
on/off
hi/low
xxxx
xxxx
on/off
on/off
alarm/normal
alarm/normal
alarm/normal
alarm/normal
on/off
on/off
HS2
STO
RVS1
RVS2
on/off
xxx.x^F
on/off
on/off
HIR
SPTRESET
SATRES
on/off
xxx.x^F
xxx.x^F
DESCRIPTION
General Data
Heat Stage 1
Enthalpy
Indoor-Air Quality
Outdoor-Air Quality
Alarm Warning Light
Demand Limit Switch
Evacuation
Pressurization
Smoke Purge
Fire Shutdown
Power Exhaust Stage 1
Power Exhaust Stage 2
CV/Heat Pump Data
Heat Stage 2
Space Temp. Offset
Rev. Valve Solenoid 1
Rev. Valve Solenoid 2
VAV Data
Heat Interlock Relay
Reset on Space Temp.
Reset on External 4 to 20 mA
LEGEND
CV — Constant Volume
SAT — Supply-Air Temperature
VAV — Variable Air Volume
36
LIMITS
—
—
0 to 5000
0 to 5000
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
−5 to 5
—
—
—
0 to 20
0 to 20
Table 69 — DXCOOL Display Table
NAME
CMP1
CMP1SAFE
CMP2
CMP2SAFE
ULD1
ULD2
OFC1
OFC2
FORMAT
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
Table 75 — MODES Maintenance Table
DESCRIPTION
Compressor 1
Compressor 1 Safety
Compressor 2
Compressor 2 Safety
Unloader 1
Unloader 2
Outdoor Fan 1
Outdoor Fan 2
NAME
TSTAT
OCCUP
HEAT
COOL
IAQCL
STRST
DEMLT
TCSTR
IQPRG
NTFCL
PRESR
EVACN
SMKPG
FIRES
DAVCL
FIELD
FACTR
Table 70 — OCCPC01S Occupancy Schedule Table
NAME
Day Flags
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
FORMAT
DESCRIPTION
X
Day of the Week
XXXX
Time of Day (Military Time)
XXXX
Time of Day (Military Time)
LIMITS
0 to 1
0 to 9
0 to 9
FORMAT
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
on/off
CV — Constant Volume
DAV — Digital Air Volume
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
DESCRIPTION
Y1 — Call for Cool 1
Y2 — Call for Cool 2
W1 — Call for Heat 1
W2 — Call for Heat 2
G — Call for Fan
Table 76 — SWITCH Maintenance Table
NAME
DIP-SW1
DIP-SW2
DIP-SW3
DIP-SW4
DIP-SW5
Table 72 — ALARMLOG Maintenance Table
NAME
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
FORMAT
XX_XX
XX_XX
XX_XX
XX_XX
XX_XX
DESCRIPTION
CV Thermostat Control
Occupied
Heat
Cool
IAQ Control
Space Temperature Reset
Demand Limit
Temp. Compensated Start
IAQ Pre-Occupancy Purge
Unoccupied Free Cool
Pressurization
Evacuation
Smoke Purge
Fire Shutdown
DAV Control
Field/Startup Test
Factory/Operational Test
LEGEND
Table 71 — CVTSTAT Display Table
(CV Thermostat Operation)
NAME
Y1
Y2
W1
W2
G
FORMAT
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
DESCRIPTION
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
Alarm 5
DIP-SW6
DIP-SW7
DIP-SW8
FORMAT
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
on/off
no/yes
enb/dis
on/off
no/yes
on/off
DESCRIPTION
Sw 1 — Constant Volume Unit
Sw 2 — Thermostat Operation
VAV-Space Sensor
Sw 3 — Expansion I/O Board
Sw 4 — Field/Startup Test
Sw 5 — CV-Modul. Power Exh.
VAV-Occupied Heat
Sw 6 — Time Guard Override
Sw 7 — Electric Heat
Sw 8 — Heat Pump Unit
LEGEND
CV — Constant Volume
VAV — Variable Air Volume
Table 73 — SUBREF Maintenance Table
NAME
SHSR
CCSR
ECONSR
ECONGN
FORMAT
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
xxx.xF
Table 77 — LINKDEFM Maintenance Table
(DAV Linkage Data)
DESCRIPTION
Heat Submaster Reference
Cool Submaster Reference
Economizer Submaster Reference
Economizer Submaster Gain
NAME
LNKUPDAT
SUPE-ADR
SUPE-BUS
BLOCKNUM
AOHS
AOCS
AUHS
AUCS
AZT
AOZT
Table 74 — SERVHIST Maintenance Table
NAME
LSTA
STAD
LSTO
STOD
CMPST
CM1RT
CM2RT
FANRT
FORMAT
xx:xx
ASCII text*
xx:xx
ASCII text*
xxxxx
xxxxx hrs
xxxxx hrs
xxxxx hrs
DESCRIPTION
Last Start Time
Last Start Day
Last Stop Time
Last Stop Day
Compressor Starts
Compressor 1 Run Time
Compressor 2 Run Time
Supply Fan Run Time
*Mon, Tue, etc.
37
FORMAT
x
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx.x deg F
xxx.x deg F
xxx.x deg F
xxx.x deg F
xxx.x deg F
xxx.x deg F
DESCRIPTION
Linkage Update Flag
Supervisory Element No.
Supervisory Bus
Supervisory Block Number
Average Occup. Heat Set Point
Average Occup. Cool Set Point
Average Unocc. Heat Set Point
Average Unocc. Cool Set Point
Average Zone Temperature
Average Occup. Zone Temperature
Table 78 — SERVICE Table
NAME
IIAQREFL
IIAQREFH
OIAQREFL
OIAQREFH
IAQMAXP
IAQH
OIAQLOCK
DXCTLO
DXLOCK
IAQLARM
OAQALARM
STORESAL
STOALARM
TGO
DEFRTIME
VAVPE
AQ
DX
IAQ
SAT
STO
VAV
—
—
—
—
—
—
FORMAT
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxxx
xxx%
xxxx
xxxx
on/off
xx.xF
enb/dis
enb/dis
enb/dis
enb/dis
on/off
xx min
enb/dis
DESCRIPTION
Indoor AQ Low Ref.
Indoor AQ High Ref.
Outdoor AQ Low Ref.
Outdoor AQ High Ref.
IAQ Maximum Damper Pos.
IAQ High Alert Limit
Outdoor AQ Lockout Point
DX Cooling Lockout
DX Cooling Lockout Temp.
Indoor AQ Sensor Alarm
Outdoor AQ Sensor Alarm
SAT Reset Sensor Alarm
STO Sensor Alarm
Time Guard Override
Defrost Cycle Time
VAV 2-Pos. Power Exhaust
LIMITS
0 to 5000
0 to 5000
0 to 5000
0 to 5000
0 to 100
0 to 5000
0 to 5000
0 to 1
0 to 80 F
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
30 to 90
0 to 1
DEFAULT
0
2000
0
2000
50
800
0
0
40
0
0
0
0
0
50
0
LEGEND
Air Quality
Direct Expansion
Indoor-Air Quality
Supply-Air Temperature
Space Temperature Offset
Variable Air Volume
Table 79 — ALARMLITE Table
NAME
SPTAL
SATAL
OATAL
RATAL
C1SAL
C2SAL
TSTAL
CBDAL
XIOAL
CLKAL
XCMAL
IAQAL
OAQAL
SARAL
STOAL
DAVAL
FSDAL
SMKAL
EVCAL
PRSAL
FORMAT
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
no/yes
DESCRIPTION
SPT Thermistor Failure
SAT Thermistor Failure
OAT Thermistor Failure
RAT Thermistor Failure
Compressor 1 Safety
Compressor 2 Safety
Thermostat Failure
Control Board Failure
Expansion Board Failure
Timeclock Failure
Loss of Comm w/Exp. Brd.
IAQ Sensor Failure
Outdoor AQ Sensor Failure
SAT Reset Sensor Failure
STO Sensor Failure
DAV Linkage Failure
Fire Shutdown Alarm
Smoke Purge Alarm
Evacuation Alarm
Pressurization Alarm
LEGEND
DAV
IAQ
OAT
RAT
SAT
SPT
STO
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Digital Air Volume
Indoor-Air Quality
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Return-Air Temperature
Supply-Air Temperature
Space Temperature
Space Temperature Offset
NOTE: To enable Alarm Light set option to ‘‘Yes.’’
38
LIMITS
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
DEFAULT
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Table 80 — SET POINT Table
NAME
OHSP
OCSP
UHSP
UCSP
SASP
OATL
NTLO
RTIO
LIMT
MDP
LOWMDP
IAQS
UHDB
UCDB
LTMP
HTMP
PES1
PES2
FORMAT
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.x
xx.x^F
xxx%
xxx%
xxxx
xx.x^F
xx.x^F
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
xx.xF
DESCRIPTION
Occupied Heat Set Point
Occupied Cool Set Point
Unoccupied Heat Set Point
Unoccupied Cool Set Point
Supply-Air Set Point
Hi OAT Lockout Temperature
Unocc. OAT Lockout Temp.
Reset Ratio
Reset Limit
Minimum Damper Position
Low Temp MDP Override
IAQ Set Point
Unocc. Heating Deadband
Unocc. Cooling Deadband
Low Temp. Min. Position
High Temp. Min. Position
Power Exh. Stg 1 Point
Power Exh. Stg 2 Point
LIMITS
55 to 80 F
55 to 80 F
40 to 80 F
75 to 95 F
45 to 70 F
55 to 75 F
40 to 70 F
0 to 10
0 to 20 F
0 to 100%
0 to 100%
1 to 5000
0 to 10
0 to 10
0 to 100
0 to 100
0 to 100
0 to 100
DEFAULT
68
78
55
90
55
65
50
3
10
20
100
650
1
1
10
35
25
75
LEGEND
IAQ — Indoor-Air Quality
MDP — Minimum Damper Position
OAT — Outdoor-Air Temperature
Table 81 — ECONCTRL Configuration Table
NAME
EMG
EPG
EIG
EDG
ESG
CTRVAL
MASTRATE
ECONBAND
TEMOBAND
FORMAT
xxxx.xx
xxxx.xx
xxxx.xx
xxxx.xx
xxx.x
xxx%
xxx sec
xxx%
xxx deg
DESCRIPTION
Economizer M Gain
Economizer P Gain
Economizer I Gain
Economizer D Gain
Submaster Center Value
Submaster Center Value
Master Control Rate
Damper Movement Band
OAT Temp Band
LIMITS
−20 to 20
−20 to 20
−20 to 20
−20 to 20
−20 to 20
0 to 100
0 to 120
0 to 5
0 to 40
DEFAULT
1
0.5
1
0
−7.5
70
60
0
25
LEGEND
OAT — Outdoor-Air Temperature
Table 82 — OCCDEFM Occupancy Supervisory Table
NAME
MODE
PER-NO
OVERLAST
OVR_HRS
STRTIME
ENDTIME
NXTOCDAY
NXTOCTIM
NXTUNDAY
NXTUNTIM
PRVOCDAY
PRVOCTIM
DESCRIPTION
Current Mode
Current Occupied Period Number
Timed Override in Effect
Timed-Override Duration
Current Occupied Time
Current Unoccupied Time
Next Occupied Day
Next Occupied Time
Next Unoccupied Day
Next Unoccupied Time
Previous Occupied Day
Previous Occupied Time
39
0/1 (1 =
0 to 8
no/yes
x hours
00:00
00:00
Monday
00:00
Monday
00:00
Monday
00:00
STATUS
Occupied)
through Sunday
through Sunday
through Sunday
Table 83 — HOLIDEF Defined Holidays Table
NAME
HOLDY01S
THROUGH
HOLDY18S
POINT
HOL-MON
HOL-DAY
HOL-LEN
DESCRIPTION
Holiday Start Month
Holiday Start Day
Holiday Duration
STATUS
xx
xx
xx
Table 84 — Carrier Comfort Network Variable Table
NAME
DESCRIPTION
SPT
SAT
RAT
OAT
CLSP
CCAP
HCAP
ECOS
SFSTAT
SF
ECONPOS
IQMP
PEXE
FLTS
FAS
RMTOCC
HS1
ENTH
IAQI
IAQO
ALMLIGHT
DL
EVAC
PRES
PURG
FSD
HS2
Space Temperature
Supply-Air Temperature
Return-Air Temperature
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Control Set Point
Cooling % Total Capacity
Heating % Total Capacity
Economizer Active
Supply Fan Status
Supply Fan Relay
Economizer Damper Position
Economizer Minimum Position
Power Exhaust Enable
Filter Status
Field Applied Status
Remote Occupied Mode
Heat Stage 1
Enthalpy
Indoor-Air Quality
Outdoor-Air Quality
Alarm Warning Light
Demand Limit Switch
Evacuation
Pressurization
Smoke Purge
Fire Shutdown
Heat Stage 2
FORCIBLE
FROM CCN
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
no
yes
yes
no
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
40
NAME
DESCRIPTION
STO
RVS1
RVS2
CVPE1
CVPE2
HIR
SPTRESET
SATRES
CMP1
CMP1SAFE
CMP2
CMP2SAFE
ULD1
ULD2
OFC1
OFC2
Y1
Y2
W1
W2
G
PE1
PE2
PE3
PE4
Space Temp. Offset
Reversing Valve Solenoid 1
Reversing Valve Solenoid 2
Power Exhaust Stage 1
Power Exhaust Stage 2
Heat Interlock Relay
Space Temp. Reset for VAV
SAT Reset
Compressor 1
Compressor 1 Safety
Compressor 2
Compressor 2 Safety
Unloader 1
Unloader 2
Outdoor Fan 1
Outdoor Fan 2
Call for Cool 1/Defrost 1
Call for Cool 2/Defrost 2
Call for Heat 1
Call for Heat 2
Call for Fan
Modulated PE Stage 1
Modulated PE Stage 2
Modulated PE Stage 3
Modulated PE Stage 4
FORCIBLE
FROM CCN
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
COOLING CAPACITY STAGING TABLES
See Tables 85 - 87 for cooling capacity staging.
Table 85 — Constant Volume Units with 2 Compressors
STAGES
0
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
UNIT SIZE
024
028
030
034
038
044
048
054
058
064
068
off
off
1
2
(Economizer)
off
on
off
off
Compressor Capacity Level
0%
60%
0%
50%
0%
55%
0%
50%
0%
50%
0%
50%
0%
56%
0%
56%
0%
60%
0%
56%
0%
50%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
3
on
on
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Table 86 — Variable Air Volume Units with 2 Compressors and 1 Unloader
STAGES
0
Compressor 1
Unloader 1
Compressor 2
UNIT SIZE
044
off
off
off
1
(Economizer)
off
off
off
0%
0%
2
3
on
on
on
off
off
off
Compressor Capacity Level
34%
50%
4
5
on
on
on
on
off
on
84%
100%
Table 87 — Variable Air Volume Units with 2 Compressors and 2 Unloaders
STAGES
0
Compressor 1
Unloader 1
Unloader 2
Compressor 2
UNIT SIZE
024
028
030
034
038
048
054
058
064
068
off
off
off
off
1
(Economizer)
off
off
off
off
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2
3
on
on
on
off
4
on
on
on
off
off
off
off
off
Compressor Capacity Level
20%
40%
60%
17%
34%
50%
18%
37%
55%
17%
34%
50%
17%
34%
50%
18%
37%
56%
18%
27%
55%
20%
30%
60%
18%
27%
55%
17%
25%
50%
41
5
6
7
on
on
on
on
on
on
off
on
on
off
off
on
60%
67%
63%
67%
67%
63%
64%
60%
64%
67%
80%
84%
82%
84%
84%
82%
73%
70%
73%
75%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
THERMISTOR RESISTANCE TABLES
See Tables 88 and 89 for thermistor resistance versus temperature values.
Table 88 — Thermistor Resistance Vs Temperature Values for
OAT, SAT, and RAT Thermistors (5 K at 25 C Resistors)
TEMP
(F)
25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
98010
82627
69790
59081
50143
42678
36435
31201
26804
23096
19960
17297
15027
14614
14214
13833
13449
13084
12730
12387
12053
11730
11416
11111
10816
10529
10250
9979
9717
9461
9213
8973
8739
8511
8291
8076
7868
7665
7468
7277
7091
6911
6735
6564
6399
6237
6081
5929
5781
5637
5497
TEMP
(F)
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
5361
5229
5101
4976
4855
4737
4622
4511
4403
4298
4195
4096
4000
3906
3814
3726
3640
3556
3474
3395
3318
3243
3170
3099
3031
2964
2898
2835
2774
2713
2655
2598
2542
2488
2436
2385
2335
2286
2238
2192
2147
2103
2060
2018
1977
1937
1898
1860
1822
1786
1750
TEMP
(F)
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
42
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
1715
1680
1647
1614
1582
1550
1519
1489
1459
1430
1401
1373
1345
1318
1291
1265
1239
1214
1189
1165
1141
1118
1095
1072
1050
1028
1007
986
965
945
925
906
887
868
850
832
815
798
782
765
749
734
719
705
690
677
663
650
638
626
614
TEMP
(F)
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
602
591
581
570
560
551
542
533
524
516
508
501
494
487
480
473
467
461
456
450
444
439
434
429
424
419
415
410
405
401
396
391
386
382
377
372
366
361
356
350
344
338
332
325
318
311
304
297
289
282
Table 89 — Thermistor Resistance Vs Temperature Values for
Space Temperature Thermistors T-55 and T-56 (10 K at 25 C Resistors)
TEMP
(F)
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
24051
23456
22877
22313
21766
21234
20716
20212
19722
19246
18782
18332
17893
17466
17050
16646
16253
15870
15497
15134
14780
14436
TEMP
(F)
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
14101
13775
13457
13148
12846
12553
12267
11988
11717
11452
11194
10943
10698
10459
10227
10000
9779
9563
9353
9148
8948
8754
TEMP
(F)
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
43
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
8563
8378
8197
8021
7849
7681
7517
7357
7201
7049
6900
6755
6613
6475
6340
6209
6080
5954
5832
5712
5595
5481
TEMP
(F)
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
5369
5260
5154
5050
4948
4849
4752
4657
4564
4474
4385
4299
4214
4132
4051
3972
3895
3819
3745
3673
Copyright 1998 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1 1 1
PC 111
Catalog No. 534-890
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48/50E-1T
Pg 44
3-98
Replaces: New
Tab 1a 1b 5a
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