Model 8636 SureFlow Controller

Model 8636 SureFlow Controller
MODEL 8636 / 8636-LN / 8636-BAC SUREFLOW™
ROOM PRESSURE CONTROLLER
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
The Model 8636 Room Pressure Controller must be wired to 24 VAC only. Wiring the unit to
110 VAC will cause serious damage to the unit and void the warranty.
The pressure sensor must be mounted through the wall between the controlled space
(laboratory) and referenced space (hallway).
These installation instructions guide the installer through the installation of the TSI Model 8636 SUREFLOW™
Room Pressure Controller. The installation instructions cover all controller versions: electric
actuator/damper, and variable frequency drives (Motor). Unless specified otherwise, figures and instructions
apply to all three versions. Please read these instructions thoroughly before beginning installation.
This product is classified by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® for use in through-penetration
firestop systems. See UL fire resistance directory.
Component List
Part Number Qty Description
800326
1
Pressure sensor
800248
1
Sensor cable
800775 / 800778 / 863619
1
Room pressure controller
800420
1
Transformer
800414
1
Transformer cable
1901057
2
Intumescent ring
2923020
1
Fire sealant
800199
1
Controller output cable
Damper versions also have dampers sized to duct
work and an:
800360
1
Electric actuator
Figure 1: Typical Installation
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Pressure Sensor Installation
Figure 2: Pressure Sensor Orientation and Mounting Template
WARNING: 800326 pressure sensor must
be mounted through the wall between the
controlled space (laboratory) and
referenced space (hallway), exactly as
shown in Figure 2 and 3.
1. Determine pressure sensor location
(Figures 1, 2 and 3). Pressure sensor
typically mounts in the reference space, and
the dummy housing mounts in the
laboratory.
NOTE: Pressure sensor is not symmetrical.
If sensor is to be centered over hallway
door, measure one inch to the left of center
for 2¼-inch hole. Dummy sensor will be 2”
off center on other side of wall.
4. Drill a 7/8 inch hole on the side of the wall
that the pressure sensor will be mounted.
This hole is for the six-conductor sensor
cable. Refer to Figure 2 for a hole mounting
pattern.
5. Slide sensor cover to right and remove
screw that holds the sensor base to the
pressure sensor (Figure 2). Remove
pressure sensor and store in a safe place.
6. From the side of the wall the sensor will be
mounted, slide the sensor tube through the
wall. Mark the tube where it is flush with
wall. Remove sensor tube and cut tube 1/8inch shorter than flush marking.
NOTE: If 12” sensor tube is not long
enough add a 1” to 2” adapter and extend
with 2" OD tube. The base of the dummy
housing will need to be drilled out to
accommodate 2” tube. Do not extend sensor
tube with 1” tubing.
2. The pressure sensor must be orientated on
the wall as shown in Figure 2. Looking at
the mounted sensor, sensor hole is on the
left (2¼”) and wire hole is on the right.
3. Drill a 2¼-inch hole through each side of
the wall to accept the sensor tube.
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7. From the side of the wall the sensor will be
mounted, slide the sensor tube through the
wall. Slide the dummy base over the end of
the tube. Screw the pressure sensor base
and dummy base to the wall (Figure 3).
10. Install and screw the pressure sensor and
dummy cover onto the bases. Slide covers
to the left to hide the sensor. Finished
installation should look as shown in
Figure 4.
8. Wire the pressure sensor per Figure 7. Run
sensor cable to the room pressure
controller 4” x 4” electrical rough-in box.
WARNING: Do not touch the sensor
element in the pressure sensor. Do not run
wires through the air passage. Doing so will
damage the sensing element.
9. Insert fire protection sealant (provided)
into 7/8” wire hole to seal.
Figure 3: Cutaway View of Mounted Pressure Sensor
Figure 4: Pressure Sensor Mounting
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Transformer Installation
WARNING
Make sure no power is applied
until all wiring is complete.
Follow all applicable electrical
codes, and have qualified
personnel install the
transformer.
Figure 5: Transformer Installation
Note: 115 Volt, single phase,
60 Hertz power source
is required to power the
800420 transformer. If
TSI Transformer is not
installed, a regulated
24 volt, single phase,
60 Hertz power source
is required to power the
controller.
1. Damper Version—Mount a standard 4"  4"  1½" electrical box at a convenient location
within 20 feet of the damper/actuator.
2. Motor Version—Mount a standard 4"  4"  1½" electrical box at a convenient location within
20 feet of pressure controller.
3. Run 115 Volt, single phase, 60-Hertz line voltage (115 VAC) to electrical box. Follow all
applicable electrical codes.
4. Connect 115 VAC line voltage HOT wire to BLACK wire on transformer and NEUTRAL wire to
WHITE wire on transformer (Figure 5).
5. Connect the RED wire on 800414 transformer cable to either YELLOW wire on the transformer
and the BLACK wire to the remaining YELLOW wire.
6. Screw the transformer to the electrical box.
7. Damper Version—Run transformer cable from the transformer electrical box to the
damper/actuator box. Have at least 8 inches of cable coming out of the damper/actuator box
before trimming cable to length.
8. Motor Version—Run transformer cable from the transformer electrical box to the pressure
controller. Have at least 8 inches of cable coming out of the pressure controller rough in
electrical box before trimming cable to length.
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Pressure Controller Installation
Pressure Controller Rough-in
1. Select the mounting location of the pressure controller. The construction plans normally show
the mounting location. If no location is specified, then the unit is typically installed as shown in
Figure 1, either in the laboratory or in the hallway.
2. Install a standard double gang electrical box (4”  4”).
3. Slide the pressure controller cover to the right and remove three screws holding the electronics
to the base (Figure 6). Remove base.
4. Install the base to the 4”  4” electrical box. The base’s “THIS SIDE UP” arrow must be pointing
towards the ceiling.
Note
Two screws are hidden behind the cover when full
open. The cover will slide to the right
approximately 2 inches until a stop is hit. Pull cover
to completely remove from electronics and expose
the screws.
Figure 6: Pressure Controller
Mounting
Pressure Controller Wiring
WARNING:
Do not connect more than 24 VAC to any terminal.
Do not apply voltage to the RS-485 output or analog output. Severe damage may
occur to the unit if voltage is applied.
1. Remove the connectors from the back of the pressure controller.
2. Refer to the wiring diagram for proper wiring installation.
3. If additional options need to be wired, refer to building prints for proper wiring diagram.
4. Plug the connectors back into the pressure controller.
5. Carefully push the wires into the electrical box and mount the pressure controller. Install three
screws to hold pressure controller firmly to base. Install cover and slide left to hide display.
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WARNING:
Monitor must be wired exactly as diagram shows. Making modifications to the
wiring may severely damage the unit.
Figure 7: - Wiring Diagram – Electric Actuator
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TSI Actuator/Damper Installation
WARNING:
Building prints normally determine damper location and mounting
configuration. They supersede the guidelines below.
1. The actuators are shipped mounted to the damper. No adjustments are needed prior to
mounting the assembly.
2. The damper must be installed with the damper shaft parallel to the ground (Figure 8).
3. Slip-fit dampers mount INSIDE the ductwork. Rivet slip-fit damper to duct work to ensure
damper rotates correctly. Alternate: use 1-inch or shorter screws. Make sure screws do not
interfere with damper blade rotation; damper blade rotates outside of damper sleeve.
4. Bolt flanged dampers securely to ductwork, but do not “force” damper to fit (deforms damper).
No ductwork can be inside of dampers, or interfere with damper rotation.
Figure 8: Proper Damper Mounting
If you need assistance installing the system, call TSI Customer Service at 651-490-2811 or
800-874-2811.
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